Metro Jackson Community Prevention Coalition (MJCPC) was formed in 1995 and they provide age-appropriate, culturally relevant substance abuse prevention programs for youth in the Jackson Metro area.
Currently, MJCPC is funded by the Mississippi Department of Mental Health. MJCPC is under the Office of Community Engagement at JSU.
Through their staff, partnerships and network of volunteers, MJCPC provides: community organization, training and presentations on substance abuse prevention, life-skills training to schools, churches, neighborhood associations, business and civic organizations; and referral services which link residents with needed services.
They currently provide services at the following schools:
Blackburn, Hardy, Jim Hill, and Murrah.
For more information please contact them at 601-979-1197 or like their facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/jsu.mjcpc/.