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The mission of the Michigan Coalition to Reduce Underage Drinking is to provide leadership on state and national issues and to assists individuals, grassroots groups, and organizations to reduce underage drinking locally.  Our primary mission is to assist you at the local level with the issues you have identified. Therefore, the majority of our work is done at the local level.  Any work done at a larger level, state-wide or nationally, is done to support local grassroots efforts. 

 

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Call us at
800-968-4968.

Our mailing address is:
PO Box 4458
East Lansing, Michigan  48826

We are located at:
3815 West St. Joseph St.
Suite C100
Lansing, MI  48917

To E-Mail Mike Tobias, MCRUD Coordinator, Click here

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MCRUD BIRTHDAY REUNION CELEBRATION
Thursday, July 31st, 2014 ♦ 11:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Frances Park, Under the Pavilion
COST: Free
Connection. Celebration. Recognition
 

If you are attending please RSVP by JULY 25TH 
kristinen@preventionnetwork.org
miket@preventionnetwork.org


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 


MCRUD/Prevention Network, P. O. Box 4458, East Lansing, MI, 48826-4458, Phone 800/968-4968, Fax 517/393-6931
New to Prevention Network? Click here to get detailed directions.

 

Prevention Network is administered by Prevention Network Inc., with funding provided through The Michigan Department of Community Mental Health Bureau of Substance Abuse and Addiction servicesThe Skillman Foundation, and Private Contributions.

 

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