Historic Triangle Drug Prevention Coalition (HTDPC)


The Historic Triangle Drug Prevention Coalition's (HTDPC) mission is to have a coordinated and collaborative approach to prevention, education and advocacy to decrease the negative impacts of substance use in the counties of James City and York and cities of Poquoson and Williamsburg.

Strategic Plan 2019-2024

Leadership (2023-2026)
Denise Hall, Chair
Kimberly Dellinger, Vice-Chair

Michelle Justiniano, Secretary

Strategic Plan 2019-2024


Join our Member Agencies to Help Make a Difference in Our Community! 

HTDPC Recruitment Flier

HTDPC is looking for YOUTH interested in making a difference in our community!

HTDPC Youth Engagement Flier


Date: Fourth Monday at 9 a.m. of odd months (Jan., March, May, July, Sept. Nov.)


Prevention & Outreach Committee: 

(Developing a comprehensive social marketing campaign to carry out prevention and outreach activities)

For more information contact: Sheri Newcomb, sheri.newcomb@yorkcounty.gov


Youth Committee:

(Engaging youth to be a part of the solution - collaboration with community leaders, creating education/outreach materials for their peers, participating in community events)

For more information contact: Robert Hammack, prevention@colonialbh.org


2024 NDTBD




Young Adult Survey

HTDC Membership Logo

The HTDPC is seeking to expand our membership to include more youth, family members and the business community so our membership better reflects the communities we service. If you become a member, you can help by raising awareness, sharing information with your contacts, and providing input into messages, activities and events sponsored by the Coalition.

For more information contact Marsha Obremski,
Chair - Membership Recruitment Committee.




Visit the new Opioid Video Library on WmbgCares.org and learn about the dangers of prescription opioids, harm reduction and how to combat the opioid crisis. 


To learn about the negative impacts of substance use in our community and year-round safe medication disposal sites, click on the following:

Rethinking Change Podcast

On Oct.16, SpiritWorks and CMC: Foundation for Change launched a new podcast series, Rethinking Rock Bottom: How Science and Kindness Help People Change!

Dr. Carrie Wilkens and the Rev. Jan M Brown host this six-part series on helping families affected by addiction. Listen on Apple Podcasts or Spotify.



To learn more about the HTDPC and its efforts, visit the HTDPC Facebook Page.