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Operation Prom

Operation Prom is a campaign developed by Carter County Prevention Coalition and covers both Carter and Garvin Counties, to remind students that prom is a night to remember, so don't forget that you don't have to get drunk or high to have fun. Partnerships with local schools and youth, organizations, and law enforcement each year provides a multifaceted approach to making prom season safer for our community. Since the pilot year, Operation Prom has expanded to surrounding counties as well. 

Operation Graduation

Operation Graduation is a campaign similar to Operation Prom that the Carter County Prevention Coalition developed to remind Carter and Garvin County students that graduation is the beginning of the next chapter of their lives. They should choose today to live tomorrow by choosing drug-free. Through these efforts, we partner with local schools and law enforcement each year to provide a multifaceted approach to making graduation celebrations safer for our community. 


Participating schools are provided with a "How-to Guide" including a social media toolkit, posters and other print material, chaperone training, and opportunities for student involvement. 


Local teens can participate in print, radio, and social media content development. Community service hours are provided to youth who assist in Operation Prom efforts. 

Law Enforcement

Law enforcement assist with Operation Prom efforts through conducting alcohol compliance checks (ACCs), sharing & promoting media content, and partnering to provide chaperone training on impairment recognition. 

Operation Prom 2023 Youth PSAs 
Youth Prom PSA #1CCSAPC Youth PSA '23
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Youth Prom PSA #2CCSAPC Youth PSA '23
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Operation Prom 2021 Video submitted by Wilson High School Leadership Class
Operation Prom PSAs Read by local high school Student
2024 CCPC Operation Prom Social Media Content
2024 PASS Operation Prom Social Media Content
Operation Prom PSAs Read by local high school Students

Do you think you have a problem with substance misuse?

Seek help today by talking to a parent, teacher, or a trusted adult.


You are not alone and there is no shame in reaching out to others for help!! Do not let your problems with substance misuse define you! There are options available to you!

Call the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administrations' treatment hotline, 1-800-662-HELP (4357), or click below to find a treatment center near you.


Do you or someone you know take opioids (painkillers/narcotics)?





The places you can get a free kit from in Carter County are Lighthouse Behavioral Wellness Centers and Southern Oklahoma Treatment Services (SOTS).



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