Alcohol – Legal and Lethal, What Can We Do To Protect Our Community And Families? Part 1

Cocaine, Heroine, Methamphetamine, PCP are all illegal and destructive to communities and families. Alcohol is Legal, cuts across economic, educational and class lines and has a much greater impact on society than all of these other drugs.

Host Keith Brown El begins a two part show about the effects of alcohol on and in our community. He will be talking with Molly O’Neil, a clinician and Gordon Stubblefield, a prevention specialist with First Call KC.

First Call is a nonprofit affiliate of the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence who work to reduce the impact of alcohol, drugs and addiction by providing quality resources to individuals, families and the community. If you would like to inquire about their services for yourself, a family member or friend you can call them or go to the website listed below.

Our Location
Missouri – 816.361.5900
Kansas – 913.233.0747
633 East 63rd Street
Kansas City, MO 64110

Calendar of Events

The United Services Community Action Agency, Zion Grove Missionary Baptist Church, 5th District Councilman Michael Brooks and many other groups have partnered in sponsoring a Back to School Blast (Fair) which will be at the Swope Park Bandstand on August 3rd, from 9:00am to 3:00pm. To pre-register please go to: They will be offering backpacks to the first 2,500 pre-registrations along with school supplies for K-thru 12 groups, food, vaccinations and more. For more information please call Al Freeman at 816-358-6868 ext 8340 or Glenn Hughes at 816-358-6868 ext 8324.

The Kansas City Metropolitan Reentry Coalition Monthly Meeting is Tomorrow, Tuesday, July 30th, from 3-4 P.M. They will meet at the Probation & Parole Office Meeting Room 2nd Floor, 1730 Prospect Ave., KCMO on the Northwest corner of 18th and Prospect.
The Featured Guest Presenters are: Damion Alexander and Robert Sanders
of Connections To Success. For more information contact: Ron Smith, Director of the Second Chance Program at 816-960-6800 ext. 228 or email at [email protected]

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