The Missouri Alliance for Drug Endangered Children was established in 2008 by a group of Missouri state agencies and statewide nonprofit organizations who are concerned with the issues of children who are in environments where substances are used, manufactured, or distributed.
Representation on the Missouri Alliance is multidisciplinary. Members include state executive branch agencies (social services, mental health, health); state, regional, and federal law enforcement; the judicial system; and statewide private organizations concerned with children and family issues. The group has developed a mission statement, leadership structure, bylaws, goals, and operating plans.
In July, 2009, the Missouri Alliance for Drug Endangered Children held its Inaugural Summit, which received enthusiastic response from attendees.
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