PO Box 915
Seymour, IN 47274
About the Drug-Free Council
The Jackson County Drug-Free Council is comprised of community volunteers interested in alcohol, tobacco, and other drug (ATOD) abuse issues who annually develop a comprehensive plan to prevent and reduce substance abuse in Jackson County.
Grants are awarded annually from fees collected on DUI and drug possession charges which are used in support of prevention/education, intervention/treatment, and law enforcement/judicial programs or activities.
Monthly meetings are held to continually educate those interested in ATOD issues and share current information or concerns.
The public is always welcome at our meetings held the second Thursday of every month from 3:30 to 5:00 pm at the Comunity Foundation Building, 107 Community Drive, Seymour. Get Map
The Jackson County Drug-Free Council, Inc. needs the active support of concerned citizens, business groups, religious institutions, youth groups and community organizations to fulfill its mission of ending substance abuse - especially among our young people. Interested parties should contact the council at
107 Community Drive.
PO Box 915,
Do you suspect Illegal Drug activity.
Contact your local law enforcement.
INDIANA STATE POLICE
JACKSON COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT
SEYMOUR POLICE DEPARTMENT
BROWNSTOWN POLICE DEPARTMENT
CROTHERSVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT
MEDORA POLICE DEPARTMENT
A special alert for parents and teachers
The Jackson County Drug-Free Council Request for Funds (RFFP) is now available. If you or someone you know is applying for a grant, please remember to send it by e-mail to email@example.com. All grant requests are due no later than 4:00 p.m. on April 8, 2014. If you are unable to send it electronically, please bring a copy to the meeting or mail it to PO Box 915, Seymour, IN 47274.
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Alone, any of these activities may not be an indicator. However, some or several together may indicate a problem.
- Frequent visitors at all hours
- Frequent late night activity
- Windows blacked out, curtains always drawn
- Unemployed with plenty of cash
- Unfriendly, secretive
- Suspicious of passers-by
- Paranoid, odd behavior or extensive security
- Chemical odors from house, garbage or out buildings
- Garbage has lots of boxes, bottles, or containers of cold capsules, batteries, HEET, starter fluid, drain cleaner, salt, coffee filters, light bulbs, aluminum foil, matches
- Placing their garbage in a neighbor's collection area
It is our stated aim to develop this site into a useful and relevant resource in the continuing effort to end tobacco, alcohol and drug abuse in Jackson County. We are always open to viewer suggestions on additional resources and ways to improve the site to make it more useful and informative. E-mail your suggestions to the webmaster.