Allegan County Substance Abuse Prevention Task Force

The mission of the Allegan Substance Abuse Prevention Task Force (ASAP) is to unite the community to identify and solve substance abuse issues.  ASAP is a tool to unify county substance abuse prevention efforts in order to maximize the impact of available resources with the ultimate goal of reducing youth substance abuse.

ASAP is coordinated by Allegan County Community Mental Health Services (ACCMHS) with funding from The Lakeshore Regional Entity along with other federal/state grants.  ASAP also continues to coordinate and support efforts to reduce the use, manufacture, and related problems of illegal substance use in Allegan County.

How Can You Join?

The task force meets on the third Thursday, every other month.  The meetings are held via Zoom. The meetings are open to anyone who is interested – please contact Heidi for a current meeting schedule. If you would like to receive updates on the task force, but can’t attend the meetings please contact Heidi to be added on the email list. 269-673-6617 #2714 or hdenton@accmhs.org.

Got Drugs?

Bring your expired & unused prescriptions, over the counter medications, and syringes to any of the locations listed below to be disposed of properly and safely:

Allegan City Police Dept.
170 Monroe St. Allegan

Allegan County Sheriff’s Dept.
640 River St, Allegan

Douglas Police Dept.
47 W Center St. Douglas

Fennville Police Dept.
222 South Maple St. Fennville

Gun Lake Tribal Police Dept.
2872 Mission Dr., Shelbyville

Otsego Police Dept.
127 Court St, Otsego

Plainwell Police Dept.
119 Island Ave, Plainwell

Wayland Police Dept.
160 West Superior St, Wayland

Do you have an anonymous tip that you would like to make to silent observer? You can also report any suspected methamphetamine related crimes, meth component purchases or meth labs to silent observer.