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Coalition meetings are usually held the second Wednesday of every other month from 2:30-4:00pm at the Marquette County Services Center at 480 Underwood Avenue, Montello. Everyone is welcome. We may meet more often - email or call Sue Allen or 608-297-3139.

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Looking for an agency in our area that provides services for Alcohol and other Drug Abuse?

Marquette County and surrounding communities in other counties are home to many agencies that provide services for alcohol and other drug abuse. Learn more

Health & Safety Programs

The Marquette County Sheriff's Department offers a variety of educational opportunities to address health and safety issues that impact our community. Opportunities include:

Good Drugs Gone Bad

This class educates the public on the growing misuse and abuse of prescription drugs. It takes a common sense approach to addressing the safety precautions people should take when they bring prescription drugs into their home. The content of this course can be tailored for various audiences, including teachers, parents, or students.

Internet Safety Class

This class for adults only provides an informational presentation on the potential dangers of the Internet and "sexting," along with some demonstrations of social networks and different chat groups. It answers the following questions and more:

  • What are the dangers of the Internet and technology to our children?
  • How can I protect my children from online predators?
  • What are my children doing online?
  • What is "sexting"?

Education on Specialized Topics

The Sheriff's Department is available to present information on many law enforcement topics to community members upon request.

To find out when the next classes are being held or to arrange to have any of these educational opportunities presented for your group, please contact the Marquette County Sheriff's Department by calling (608) 297-2115 and asking to speak to Sheriff Kim Gaffney.