December is Impaired Driving Prevention Month

Click here to watch a 10 minute PSA from Brodhead Chief of Police, Chris Hughes, where he touches on the importance of safe driving and the consequences of driving impaired.

“If you’re going to celebrate this holiday season, have a plan in place!” -Chief Hughes

Diversity, Inclusion & Privilege Webinar

This workshop facilitated by Santa Carfora provides an opportunity to become more aware, more respectful and more inclusive. To watch a recording of the training click here.

Take back Event!

Drug take back flyer

Better Brodhead is partnering with the Brodhead Police Department for a vaping device and prescription collection and disposal event. Check out this flyer for more information!

Clear Thinking Podcast

In February of this year Better Brodhead started a podcast to provide educational information to the community at large.  A variety of topics are discussed including; substance use, drug trends, mental health navigation, recovery houses and much more.  Check out our episodes on SoundCloud, iTunes, iHeart radio, listennotes, and stitcher!  Here is the link; https://soundcloud.com/user-627773035

 

Pinnow Hometown Pharmacy Has Naloxone

The pharmacy is now part of the Naloxone Statewide Standing Order, allowing almost anyone who is interested to get a supply of naloxone from the pharmacy.

 

 

Free Medication Lock Boxes

Prescriptions Drugs Lockbox

Keep your prescriptions out of the reach of others!

Contact us for your free lock box or get one at Pinnow Hometown Pharmacy in Brodhead!

Permanent Medication Collection Boxes

Albany Village Hall/Police Department
Brodhead Police Department
Monroe Police Department
Monticello Village Hall/Police Department
New Glarus Village Hall/Police Department
Green County Sheriff’s Office

Sharps Collectors

MONROE CLINIC & PHARMACY, as well as the MONROE HOMETOWN PHARMACY
MONROE CLINIC ALBANY
MONROE CLINIC BRODHEAD & PINNOW HOMETOWN PHARMACY
MONROE CLINIC NEW GLARUS & NEW GLARUS HOMETOWN PHARMACY
https://dnr.wi.gov/topic/healthwaste/householdsharps.html

Festival Toolkit

Civic Organization who are organizing festivals and have applied for a Temporary Class B license through the City of Brodhead will be issued a Festival Toolkit.  This toolkit is a guideline on how to organize a festival that does not allow youth any access to alcohol.  Here is the link to all the documents that organizations may need from the toolkit; https://drive.google.com/drive/u/0/folders/1_U8rSKAz6tF4HAZ4bm37NEUXOFcb-00Y

Better Brodhead representatives are available to give a variety of presentations to community groups.

Presentations available include:

  • An Introduction to Substance Use Prevention
  • Good Drugs Gone Bad
  • Workplace Drug Policy
  • Organizational cultural competency
  • Youth engagement
  • Hidden in Plain Sight