About PIP

 A transformed community.

Mission Statement: 
Partners in Prevention addresses community barriers by inspiring hope, connecting partners, and building trusting relationships that transform lives.

The Longview City Council selects members of the Partners in Prevention Steering Committee to provide guidance to staff about programming, approve expenses, and serve as advocates for community initiatives. Through involvement of the entire community, we are working to create an environment in which young people can grow up healthy, responsible and drug-free.

Partners in Prevention sponsors the Coalition for Drug-Free Youth, East Texas Anti-Trafficking Team, Longview Bridges Out of Poverty, Forever Friends and Co-Pilots Mentoring Program, Unity and Diversity Committee, and Youth Action Committee, participates and sponsors/co-sponsors annual events such as Red Ribbon Week and National Night Out.

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  1. Understanding the Struggle of Poverty Workshop

    The City of Longview Partners in Prevention will host a workshop titled, “Understanding the Struggle of Poverty”, on January 10, 2017 at the Maude Cobb Activity Complex, 100 Grand Blvd., in Longview. Read on...
  2. 2017 Unity Honorees Selected

    The City of Longview Partners in Prevention’s Unity and Diversity Committee has announced Mrs. Evalonia Barrett-Bolton and Judge William K. “Bill” Stoudt as the 2017 Unity Honors Recipients. The Unity Honors is a life time achievement award that pays Read on...
  3. Partners in Prevention Seeking New Mentors for Youth

    The City of Longview Partners in Prevention is seeking adult volunteers to serve as a mentors to a children in the Longview, Pine Tree, Spring Hill, Hallsville and Kilgore Independent School Districts. Read on...
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