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The Mayes County HOPE Coalition was awarded the Drug-Free Communities grant in September 2015 and as a result the HOPE4YOUTH initiative began.  The primary focus of HOPE4YOUTH is youth substance abuse prevention with four main areas of concern: Underage Alcohol Use, Tobacco, Marijuana Use, and Prescription Medication Abuse. 


The HOPE4YOUTH Program, also hopes to strengthen collaboration among all related organizations to support the effort of prevention and reduce substance use among the youth in our community. To find out more about HOPE4YOUTH or to see our current projects, go to and “Like” our page or contact Crystal Stout at 918-381-1191.

Impact Council Members


CADCA 2018-Annual Summer Youth Leadership Trip
Back to School Luau 2019
IMPACT Council New Member Recruiting 
IMPACT Council members partnered with the First Church of God to help with their after school program called The SQUAD. The SQUAD works with children of incarcerated parents. 

Junior High Halloween Dance! Another opportunity for our youth to have a safe drug and alcohol free night! 

Red Ribbon Week 2019

December Sticker Shock

Impact Council Members put stickers on alcohol products reminding adults not to purchase alcohol for minors.

1st Annual Impact Council Retreat

Members were trained on the SPF Model, leadership, and action plans, and team building! 

Monthly A-Frame signs placed at both the PJH and PHS reminding students they are valuable!

Help for Parents...HOPE4YOUTH-

A 2 night event to help educated parents on Digital Devices, Juuling, and Mental Health Wellness

Resources available at both events

Adair Event-Over 100 in Attendance

Pryor Event-Over 80 in Attendance

Help for Parents...HOPE4YOUTH Part 2

Offered at Pryor and Adair First Baptist Church. 

Help for Parents...HOPE4YOUTH Part 3

(Included a Hidden In Plain Sight Room)

Offered at H.E.S.P/Lincoln Elementary in Pryor

Prom Sticker Shock

Three floral shops participated and 600 stickers were placed on corsage boxes!

Calendars are passed out to all local elementary schools. We encourage each student to complete the daily tasks. Showing someone kindness might be the one thing that keeps them from turning to drugs or alcohol.

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