Okanogan County Community Coalition

Because TEEN Brains Matter!

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Back to School Night 2016

Omak Police Department 

and Omak School District  

support WA State Department of Health designed media campaign encouraging kids to focus on their future and forget marijuana.


For tips on how to 

talk to your kids about 

underage drinking visit:



As part of our Target Zero Traffic Safety funding we will partner with Omak Police Department, Okanogan County Sheriff's Department, and Washington Fish and Wildlife Police to conduct youth emphasis patrols.

  • Providing alcohol to minors could cost you $5,000 and up to a year in jail.
  • Providing marijuana or other drugs is a felony.

Don't be a party to underage drinking and substance abuse --
refuse to provide!

Never too Soon to Talk to Your Kids about Alcohol and Marijuana

You Have the Power to Influence

Public Service Announcements heard on KOMW, KNCW, & KZBE

Click here for PSA- Enforcement and Consequences

Click here for PSA- Okanogan County Prosecutor

Click here for PSA- Omak Police "somethings to know about marijuana"

Click here for PSA -Youth OCCC talk

Click here for PSA- Graduation 2016

Click here for PSA- Parents Are Powerful

Click here for PSA- Prom

Washington State Liquor Control Board

Click here for WSLCB: WA State underage drinking laws

                                                                                                                                                                              Click here for marijuana PSA- Dr. Walker

                                                                                                                                                                              Click here for marijuana PSA- Edibles

Prescription Drug Take Back Sites

Unwanted medicine can be taken Prescription Drug Drop Boxes at:

  • Omak Police Department (24 hours a day / 7 days a week)
  • Twisp Police Department (24 hours a day / 7 days a week)
  • Oroville Police Department (Monday - Friday between 8:00am and 5:00pm)

Triple P (Positive Parenting Program)

Parenting now comes with a manual!  Click here for more information about local support for Omak-Okanogan families.

Omak Police and the Coalition work together to enforce underage drinking laws!

Special thank you to Omak Police Department for partnering with Okanogan County Community Coalition to enforce underage drinking laws.  Omak Police Department will be continuing emphasis party patrols through the summer and fall.  In addition to holding youth who choose to drink accountable, they will conduct thorough source investigations to hold the people supplying alcohol to minors accountable.