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Troy Drug Free Community Coalition

Troy Drug Free Community Coalition

The Troy Drug Free Community Coalition (Troy DFCC) is a partnership of concerned community members organized for the purpose of reducing substance abuse among young people and to build a safer, more prosperous community for all.

Community coalitions are comprised of neighbors, parents, teachers, law enforcement, businesses, religious leaders, health providers, and other community members who are mobilizing at the local level to make their communities safer, healthier, and drug-free. People just like you!


For more information please contact:
Tarasha Darden-Mckoy - Email

Alex Little - Email 

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Deterra® Drug Deactivation System Pouches provide safe, convenient and permanent disposal of unused, expired or unwanted medications. Deterra renders them inert, unavailable for misuse and safe for the environment. In a simple 3-step process, a user deactivates the drugs by putting them in a Deterra pouch or container, adding water, shaking and throwing it away.

In addition to preventing substance misuse, proper drug disposal benefits our environment. Improperly disposed of medications are ending up in landfills and surface water where these still-potent drugs can harm the environment and contaminate our water supply.


Pouches are available to the community by contacting TDFCC.

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BGCCA Programs


Career Launch

The program offers young adults 16-24 free training for entry into livable wage career fields like agriculture, construction, hospitality, culinary, medical, & tech. 


Lyricisim 101

Lyricism 101 offers access to music instruments and a music studio, with recording equipment & editing software, all aboard our mobile music RV!

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Ultimate Journey

BGCCA's Ultimate Journey program helps provide access to safe, fun outdoor spaces for youth ages 9-13 (4th-8th grade).

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Violence Prevention

BGCCA is calling for solutions to the gun violence that has recently spiked throughout the Albany area.

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