El Paso & Teller Counties Alliance

Drug endangered children are children who are at risk of suffering physical or emotional harm as a result of illegal drug use, possession, manufacturing, cultivation, or distribution. They may also be children whose caretaker’s substance misuse interferes with the caretaker’s ability to parent and provide a safe and nurturing environment.
National Alliance for Drug Endangered Children

The El Paso and Teller Counties Alliance for Drug Endangered Children (ADEC),
born from the Methamphetamine Task Force, strives to reduce these harms to children through
community participation and multi-disciplinary collaboration. 
Consisting primarily of volunteer members, ADEC is a resource for professionals
and the community. 
The Annual Community Forum and other presentations given throughout the area provide education
and discussion on the growing problems of substance abuse and drug endangered children.


For more information or

to get involved contact: info@alliance4dec.org