The Road to Being Substance Free

Foothills Drug Free Coalition is a group of community members from many sectors of our neighborhoods working to educate, communicate and collaborate for youth, adults and families of the Plateau to prevent youth alcohol and illegal drug use and encourage healthy choices within our communities. Our coalition meets once monthly on the 3rd Thursday of each month from 3:30-4:30pm at Green River College, Enumclaw Campus. Visitors welcome!

Drug-Free Workplace Initiative

Our Drug Free Workplace Initiative is designed to encourage our local business-owners to have drug-free workplace policies and to support them in implementing them. For more information click here:


The Foothills Drug-Free Coalition (FDFC) was one of 147 grant recipients across the country to receive a Drug Free Communities Program (DFC) grant in 2012. FDFC will receive $125,000 a year, for five years in DFC grant funds to involve and engage their local community to prevent substance use among youth. Coalition volunteers of Rainier Foothills Wellness Foundation will match grant dollars with in-kind resources increasing the grant total to $250,000 per year.


We are involved in supporting many school-based substance abuse prevention efforts. We consult, collaborate and teach whenever called upon to educate and support our mission of keeping our youth drug and alcohol-free. During the spring we do Prevention Week, a week-long educational program specifically targeting our youth, during this week we also hold our annual Town Hall Meeting, inviting parents to come and learn about the issues of teen drug/alcohol abuse.


The FDFC provides information at many community events including the Wine Walk, Enumclaw Street Fair and the Health and Wellness Expo.

Law Enforcement Collaboration

The FDFC collaborates with our local law enforcement agency to provide retail tobacco and alcohol compliance checks, DUI emphasis patrols and the Sticker Shock Campaign.

Prescription Drug Prevention

The FDFC provides trainings throughout the plateau about prescription drug abuse, including our senior population. We also provide DEA takeback events to collect unused medications. The FDFC was integral in partnering with Jim’s Pharmacy to have a drug drop box installed at their location. This box was installed by King County and will be funded through a KC grant. This box is now available inside the pharmacy which is located at 2820 Griffin Ave, Enumclaw, 98022.

Drug & Alcohol Resources

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Reality House

Thursday, March 29th

4:00 – 8:00 p.m.

Enumclaw Fire Department, 1330 Wells Street, Enumclaw

Reality House is a drug/alcohol prevention event designed for parents to learn the truth about teen parties. This event is graphic and educational. This event is held in partnership with the Enumclaw Fire Department and Police Agency.

Prevention Week May 14 – 23

We will have activities in the community as well as at all the schools.  

Here’s what happened during last year’s Prevention Week.

2018 Activities to be announced soon.

Drugs 101 – Senior Presentation (no date yet)

Drug & Alcohol Summit at EHS Auditorium. Speaker Scott DePuy from Ryan’s Solution brought awareness of the prescription medication overdose problem to teens and parents.

Not One More Parent Panel 
Panel of parent-speakers who experienced losing their kids to addiction educated the audience on the challenges they faced.

Movie Night at Enumclaw King County Library. “Whispering Spirits” is a story of a talented musician who tragically died of an overdose at the age of 17.

Drugs 101 Community Presentation for Seniors at the Senior Center.

“I Choose” Campaign – Students created a pledge for making healthy choices. Pledges were posted on a pledge wall at elementary schools.

Lunch Activity at TMMS, EMS and EHS – Students were encouraged to make positive and healthy choices.

Sponsored by:

Rainier Foothills Wellness Foundation, Enumclaw School District, Washington State Patrol, Enumclaw Police Department, Enumclaw Fire Department, Mutual of Enumclaw and the Courier Herald.

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Third Thursday of month, 3:30-4:30 Green River College, Enumclaw Campus

For more information please contact
Monica Robbins Youth Substance Abuse Coordinator
Phone: 360-802-3206