Who We Are
RASAP is a group of concerned citizens, parents, students, teachers, law enforcement officers, business representatives, judges, other professionals and concerned individuals who are striving to keep our community free of abuse of alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs.
Since October 2003, The Regional Alliance for Substance Abuse Prevention (RASAP) has been a recipient of the Drug-Free Community Support Grant made possible by the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP). Approximately 700 communities throughout the United States receive up to $100,000 per year for substance abuse prevention in their area. In Danville and Pittsylvania County , RASAP allocates their funds to seven partners to provide substance abuse prevention programming to over one thousand youth. Additionally funds are also used for the coalition to promote national days such as Eat with Your Family Day, National Night Out, and Prescription Drug Take Back.