"ACES has helped our son become a leader in school." ~ Avon Parent
"Leaders help to identify alternatives to negative and destructive behaviors. I know through discussions with my friends that my choices have enabled them to say no to drugs and alcohol. I feel that I have helped to make a difference at Avon Middle High School." ~ SALSA member, student arm of ACES
Q. Is ACES a school program?
A. No. ACES is a community coalition, not a program. The Avon Public schools represent some of the members that sit on the coalition and donates space to the coalition for ACES staff.
Q. How can I get involved in ACES?
A. There are many ways to get involved. ACES counts on you to help keep our youth safe from drug and alcohol use. Membership in ACES can include whatever time or talents you have to offer. Please click here to see ways to help.
Q. How often does ACES have meetings?
A. ACES coalition meetings are held the second Wednesday of every month at 3:15 pm at the Public Library. New members are always welcome and encouraged!
ACES High School Meetings are held every other Wednesday 2:05 pm - 3:00 pm Room 233
ACES Middle School Meetings are held every Monday 2:05 pm - 3:00 pm Room 233
Q. How can I stay informed about the latest news and trends about teen substance abuse?
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