With Great Appreciation and Insight, the West Side Community Stakeholders, proudly accepts the Collaboration of Prevention Partnership in their efforts to assist in Reducing Underage Drinking, Substance Abuse and Senseless Violence on the West Side of Chicago.

Together we will Promote a Safe and Drug Free Community, via addressing the collective ills that are present in our Communities…

“Team Work – Can Make The Dream Work, in Bridging the Inter-generation Gaps…

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When Spider Webs Unite, They Can Tie Up A Lion…Ethiopian Proverb

Join Our Campaign and Pledge to Become Apart of The Solution, via the following:

1.  Saving and Educating Our Children
2.  Working Together to Save Our Community
3.  Help Us Reduce Underage Drinking
4.  Join Us in Promoting A Safe and Drug Free Community
5.  Request and Sign Our Pledge Card

Again, let’s collectively thank Mr. Albert Orsello, President and Chief Executive Officer of Prevention Partner for joining our Coalition and Campaign to Reduce Underage Drinking, Substance Abuse and Senseless Violence on the West Side of Chicago.

Show your Support and Collaboration, by joining us on October 05, 2015, for our Annual Violence and Substance Abuse Prevention Day. 

The West Garfield Park Community Stakeholders is a consortium of residents, agencies, churches, elected officials, law enforcement, and businesses working together to improve the quality of life on the West Side community. We are actively engaged in efforts to prevent substance abuse by young people and ending youth violence.  
Our Community Empowerment and Unification meetings are scheduled for the 2nd Mondayof each month, at 6:00 pm. SHARP at 4540 West Washington, Blvd. in Chicago.   
Everyone is always welcomed to attend, if you are concerned with the future of the West Garfield Park Community and the welfare of its residents.   
For additional information, internships and volunteer opportunities, please feel free to contact Fathers Who Care at 773-287-5821 or email us at 

The West Garfield Park Community Stakeholders is sponsored in part by The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA).