Frequently Asked Questions
Prevention Program FAQs
Find Answers to Common Questions About Our Prevention Trainings & Support Groups
Got a question? If so, you’ve come to the right place. Follow the links below to learn more about commonly asked by our constituents. If you can’t find the question you wanted to ask, don’t hesitate to contact us.
- What does your organization do?
- What sort of programs and services does Envision Partnerships offer?
- What is prevention?
- Does Envision Partnerships do treatment?
- Where do you do your work?
- How can I get involved?
- If I were to donate funds, how is my money used?
Envision Partnerships supports lifelong learning in the prevention of substance abuse, violence, gambling and other high-risk behaviors. Through education, advocacy, and action, we empower individuals, families, and communities to live healthy, safe, and drug-free lives. Visit our What We Do section to learn more.
We offer a wide range of prevention programs catered to a variety of needs, from those of growing families to K-12 schools. These programs include but are not limited to mediation, after-school programs, and community coalitions. For more information, visit our Programs & Services tab.
Prevention’s goal is to promote positive behavioral health for youth, families, and neighborhoods. Promoting wellness in a community can including preventing things like substance abuse, suicide, problem gaming, and violence from taking hold. For more information, review our Prevention Pillars and Prevention Trainings.
No, Envision Partnerships does not offer treatment for known disorders or addictive behaviors. While promoting health and wellness is at the heart of what we do, it is solely through prevention efforts and not specialized treatment. For treatment, please consult the Mental Health & Addiction Recovery Services resource guide linked above.
We reach individuals, families and communities all throughout southwest Ohio, with a primary focus in our home base of Butler County. One major focus of our work is done with local school districts in the area, from elementary to alternative schools.
To volunteer or attend an upcoming event of ours, check out our Event Calendar in the "Information Center" above. To stay in the know about our organization and offerings, check out our annual Newsletter under "Who We Are" and be sure to Join Our Mailing List through the "Information Center." While you're there, consider clicking "Donate"!
We have a responsibility to our community and our donors and work hard to ensure the long-term sustainability of the organization. We make our IRS Form 990 available for review, as required by law. Contact us to learn more and donate here.