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Director Gil Kerlikowski of the federal Office of National Drug Control and Policy (ONDCP) announced that $85.6 million in Drug Free Communities (DFC) grants for FY 2010 were awarded to local communities, including all 24 DFC continuation grantees in the state of Washington plus 10 new additional DFC grantees. The Drug Free Communities Program now supports 741 coalitions in the United States.

In King County, the new grantee is Seattle Children's Hospital: Prevention Works in Seattle.

The six continuation grantees in King County are:

  • City Of Mercer Island, Washington: Mercer Island Communities That Care
  • Kent City Police Department: Kent Drug Free Coalition
  • Neighborhood House, Inc.: Community Advisory Coalition in Seattle
  • Seattle Public Schools: Central Seattle Drug Free Communities Coalition
  • Snoqualmie Valley Community Network: Snoqualmie Valley Healthy Community Coalition
  • Vashon Youth And Family Services: Vashon Healthy Community Network

For more information on DFC, go to the ONDCP press release and the ONDCP website.

Starting in March 2020, households across our region and across the country will have the opportunity to participate in the 2020 Census. Your participation matters. Learn how you can promote a fair and accurate census at kingcounty.gov/census.

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