About Us

Our Mission and Goals

The Montgomery County Drug-Free Coalition works with members of the local community such as law enforcement personnel, political leaders, health care workers, alcohol and drug treatment providers, the faith-based community, and local business people. We have several committees in which these community representatives will be involved.

The mission of the Montgomery County Coalition for Drug-Free Communities is to promote a drug-free community by mobilizing diverse partnerships; developing, implementing and supporting environmental strategies; and increasing public awareness of the harmful effects of heroin, opiates, and illegal prescription drugs. 


  • Enhance and expand efforts to address the specific problems of heroin and illegal prescription drug use by Montgomery County residents;   
  • Strengthen and mobilize collaboration that improves community efforts to promote and implement effective, research-based prevention strategies;    
  • Reduce risk factors and promote protective factors among youth and adults concerning substance abuse;    
  • Strengthen family, school, community, and individual protective factors;    
  • Create an environment to encourage drug-free lifestyles;   
  • Implement and support evidence-based prevention, intervention, treatment, and recovery programs;   
  • Support people with substance abuse issues and their families;   
  • Identify community service providers to help simplify access for families seeking help.

Governing Board Members

Executive Director 

Sheriff Phil Plummer

Chair Bruce Langos


Chief Deputy Rob Streck 


Shelly Diaz


Terri Meyer