Test Your Drug IQ – National Drug & Alcohol IQ Challenge

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Test your knowledge by taking the interactive National Drug & Alcohol IQ Challenge quiz!  There are 10 questions and 2 Brainiac questions. Quiz will take approximately 10 minutes.  How did you do? Share it with a friend.



WW-P Alliance Calendar 2016-17 (as of 2-5-17)

Please join our Municipal Alliance in helping to building a healthy community and preventing alcohol & drug abuse related problems.  Alliance membership is open to anyone who lives or works in West Windsor or Plainsboro, supports prevention education, and is able to attend morning meetings and/or volunteer at events on weekends.

Contact Marcia Smith Fleres, Alliance Coordinator at info@wwpAlliance.org for more information or to join.  

How to Dispose of your Old and Unused Medications-Prevent Rx Drug Abuse 

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Do not dispose of your old and unused medications by flushing them down the toilet or putting them in the trash.  Do not leave old medications in your bathroom cabinet either. Putting your house on the market – make sure your Rx meds are locked away. Do not put old medications in your trash or flush down the toilet!

The West Windsor Police, along with the Inter-Faith Leaders of West Windsor, & the WW-P Alliance for Prevention work together to sponsor special medication drugs drop off days. 

Both West Windsor Twp. Police and Plainsboro Twp. Police have Rx Drop Boxes where you can dispose of old medications 24/7.  Call  your local police department if you have any questions.  

Talking to Your Child About Alcohol 

Parenting isn’t easy, especially when it comes to talking to children about alcohol and drugs. Many parents hope to avoid the subject entirely. But, as parents we have far more influence than we think and talking honestly about alcohol and drugs can have a real impact. Click here for flyer on talking to your child about alcoholClick here for article for parents on teachable moments 

Parents Who Host, Lose the Most: Don’t Be a Party to Teenage Drinking 


Parents Who Host, Lose the Most: Don’t be a party to teenage drinking is a program for communities of all sizes who have experienced challenges with parent hosted underage drinking parties. This program provides educators, law enforcement, parents & other community leaders with tools to educate their peers about the legal, health, and safety issues associated with allowing anyone under the age of 21 to consume alcohol. 
(L-R) Chief Guy Armour, Committeeman David Bander, Marcia Smith Fleres, Ed Yates and Deputy Mayor Neil J. Lewis.