A Community Coalition Partnership (CCP) is a collaborative partnership of individuals and/or organizations that strives to prevent and reduce illegal and harmful use of alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs (ATOD) by implementing community- and evidence-based environmental prevention strategies designed to affect the social, cultural, political, and economic processes of communities.
To mobilize the Midland/Odessa community to implement evidence-based environmental strategies with a primary focus to change policies and influence social norms related to substance use and misuse. The Midessa Community Alliance Coalition addresses the State's four prevention priorities: underage alcohol use, tobacco and nicotine products, marijuana and other cannabinoids, and prescription drug misuse.
The Midessa Community Alliance Coalition is a merged coalition of the previous The H2i Coalition + The Midland Coalition. This merger became effective September 1, 2019.
1st Thursday of each month
Oceans Behavioral Hospital
3300 FM 1788 (Educational Room)
11:45 - 1:00 PM
Lunch is served.
RSVP to Sara Hinshaw,
Interested in joining or want to know more?
Contact: Sara Hinshaw, Coalition Coordinator
Jackie Duarte, Coalition Prevention Tech
Social Host Accountability Ordinance Passes!
July 25, 2017
With support from Texans Standing Tall, the Here 2 Impact (H2i) Coalition helped pass the Social Host Accountability Ordinance (SHO) in the city of Odessa on July 25, 2017. At the time, H2i was a coalition under the umbrella of PBRCADA. The SHO holds adults accountable for providing a place that allows underage drinking to occur, be it a home, hotel room, banquet hall, etc. This ordinance is a criminal offense with a fine no less than $250 and not to exceed $2,000.
You can learn more about SHO here: https://www.socialhostodessa.com/ordinance
social host ordinance citations have been written in odessa since 2017 Updated sept. 2019
The Midessa Community Alliance Coalition also provides medication drop boxes throughout the community of Midland/Odessa. These drop boxes allow the community to dispose of unwanted or expired medications at a safe location. Data is also extracted from these drop boxes, showing how many pounds of medication, including opioids, are collected each month. The Midessa Community Alliance Coalition is responsible for checking three locations.
January - august 2019
Below are the number of pounds collected since January 2019.