Through funding from the Illinois Department of Human Services the Chestnut Health Systems Central Region Prevention office provides the communities in Logan County and Mason County with prevention services. These services range from assisting local community prevention coalitions in the strategic prevention framework, youth prevention education classes, implementation of parent-focused alcohol prevention campaign and a prescription drug disposal campaign within both counties.

Local Coalitions


Havana Area Prevention Team

The Havana Area Prevention Team is a long-established coalition with the focus on promoting comprehensive community-wide prevention efforts and empowering youth and families to develop and lead healthy lifestyles. The group is made up of several community sectors who are working on currently addressing the issues of underage drinking in the Havana community. 


Citizens for Positive Adolescent Choices (CPAC)

CPAC is a coalition of parents, educators, and community leaders from within the multiple communities that form the Illini Central School District #189. The goal of the group is to promote, model, and teach positive life choices for students within the Illini Central School District. 


ALMH Community Health Collaborative

Supported by the Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hospital Foundation, the Community Health Collaborative connects over 50 organizations in support of Logan County and its residents. The collaborative strives to create the healthiest community in America.


Communication Campaigns

Parent Campaign

A parent-focused prevention communication campaign is currently being implemented in all junior high and high schools within Logan and Mason counties. A state-created campaign, materials are shared to encourage parents to set clear rules and communicate about alcohol and drug use with their children.

Guard & Discard Campaign

The Guard and Discard media campaign is designed to raise public awareness of the importance of safe use, safe storage and safe disposal of prescription painkillers in preventing opioid misuse. Messages for this campaign are posted throughout the counties.  

For more information about these campaigns, contact Nadia Klekamp: