C.R.U.S.H (Community Resources United to Stop Heroin) is an initiative established May 2015 by the Office of St. Charles County Prosecuting Attorney Tim Lohmar. The initiative involves schools, law enforcement, treatment providers, community leaders and health care organizations to address the growing heroin epidemic.
C.R.U.S.H plans and implements events and programs that target education and prevention of substance abuse in their community. These include:
Teen Drug Summit: Reaching over 350 6-8th grade students on the dangers of heroin and empowering students to make decisions that result in a drug-free life.
School-based Education: Communicating through a classroom setting and/or assemblies the importance of abstaining from drug use and underage drinking.
For more information, please call Thomas Redd at 636-336-8381 or email Thomas.
Mission: Reaching people before they use and guiding users to get the help they need.