LCCA Activities


The Big Red Barrel

  What’s in Your Medicine Cabinet? This award winning project started by LCCA members provides a permanent place where people can safely dispose of their unused or unwanted medication, including controlled substances such as Oxycontin and Vicodin. Big Red Barrels are located at:

  • Fowlerville Police Department
  • Pinckney Police DepartmentIMG_2895
  • Hamburg Police Department
  • Livingston County Jail
  • Michigan State Police-Brighton Post
  • Unadilla Police Department
  • Green Oak Police Department
  • Brighton Police Department
  • Howell Police Department
  • All Michigan State Police Posts

No questions will be asked. For more information on this project or to start your own Big Red Barrel Program, please call Megan P. at 517-545-5944 and visit the Barrel’s website

  Project Sticker Shock

Project Sticker Shock is a youth-implemented activity that aims to reduce underage drinking by limiting youth access to alcohol. Typically done in the fall and spring, teens place stickers on multi-packs of beer, wine coolers, and other alcoholic beverages at participating local stores. The sticker warns that it is illegal to provide alcohol to minors.

The LCCA wLCCA PSS Sticker 2015ould like to recognize the participating stores:

Howell: Venture Corners, Boomer’s Party Store, Pardiac Shell Station, Midway Party Store, The Whistle Stop, Jonna’s Country Corner Market, Jonna’s 2 Go, Vic & Bob’s and Bella’s Market

Brighton: O’Conner’s Deli, Woodland Party Store, Canopy Bottle & Gourmet Shoppe, Grand Party Store, Brighton Market & Deli, Old 23 Party Store, and Partyville

Look for Project Sticker Shock coming to other Livingston County locations in 2018!

Other Events

  • Implement underage drinking awareness campaigns such as “Parents Who Host Lose the Most- Don’t Be a Party to Teenage Drinking”
  • Collaborate with the Livingston COMMUNITY Prevention Project and It Stops With Students to implement on-going drug awareness initiatives
  • Provide educational presentations to the community
  • Assisting in policy development and advocacy efforts for alcohol, drug, opiate, and tobacco prevention
  • Work with local business, groups, and organizations, to help unite our community to prevent substance abuse

For LCCA meeting locations and time please contact:

Megan Palmer:  517-545-5944