Our mission is to prevent and reduce alcohol and drug use among youth by engaging in environmental strategies, programs and activities that create a safe, healthy and drug-free Oceanside community.
Attention Oceanside Community! We invite you to please take a moment to complete our Community Perception Survey!
By participating, you will assist our Coalition in understanding the overall perspective that exists in Oceanside as it pertains to Youth Substance Use.
**The link will remain open for completion until the end of November**
We appreciate your time and assistance in helping to keep our community SAFE!
Complete the survey HERE.
On 10/24/20, in recognition of DEA National Rx Drug Take Back Day - Coalition members along with the support of Nassau County's 4th Precinct and The Oceanside School District hosted Prescription Drug Take Back Day at Oceanside High School! Learn more about this wonderful day on our events page!
Did you miss one of our Virtual Workshops, and want to know how you can access the information? Our sessions are recorded and available for you to view any time! Directly following an event - you can access all information and important links on our Events Page under "Event Details" and then under "Event Recap".
Links for our last two Virtual Workshops available below!
Amazing job by the Oceanside High School Youth Council members on completing their underage drinking awareness campaign through Project Sticker Shock! A very special thank you also to local vendors who participated and supported this project, including: EGP Oceanside, JPauls Terrace Cafe, Moe's Southwest Grill, D'Cocco's Pizzeria, Naples Street Food, Bonbino's Pizzeria and Dirty Taco RVC. For more information, visits our events page!
Oceanside SAFE Coalition was so proud to collaborate in this project with our good friends at The Makeshift Movement & members of the Oceanside Community.
From May 4th - May 8th, The Makeshift Movement, in partnership with Oceanside SAFE provided a variety of content geared toward promoting mental, physical and spiritual health. Access to Wellness Week will remain on The Makeshift Movement's website for the month of May for anyone who may not have been able to partake in the weeks virtual events! Check it out!
Smart Approaches to Marijuana (SAM) has released their 2020-2021 report of Lessons Learned from State Marijuana Legalization. Take a look to review some eye opening statistics on impacts thus far (especially as it pertains to Youth usage).