Allamakee Substance Abuse Prevention
The Allamakee County Courthouse business hours 8:00am to 3:30pm daily. The shortened business hours will allow for courthouse staff to do necessary cleaning and disinfecting of the offices to protect the public and staff from the Covid19 Coronavirus.
Signs with public health guidelines will be expected to be followed when in the common areas of the courthouse for social distancing requirements. While masks are not required in the hallways, their use is recommended. Courthouse staff wish to THANK EVERYONE for their patience and your willingness to follow healthy practices while we get through this experience together!!
Making an appointment with your desired office is highly recommended!
Substance Abuse Prevention 563-568-2204 email@example.com
- Only 1 customer allowed in the office at a time unless otherwise instructed by staff.
- If a customer needs to come behind the counter or the sneeze guard barrier for any reason, they will be required to put a mask on.
- Mask will be provided if necessary
- To ensure social distancing, customers are encouraged to make appointments by calling or emailing the office. By providing a cell phone# or email, clients may wait in their vehicle or outside and be notified when the office is available to enter. Items can be mailed to Substance Abuse Prevention 110 Allamakee Street, Waukon, IA 52172
"...enhancing and improving the lives of the citizens of Allamakee County".
In 1984, as a result of a grass roots effort to reduce the rate and effect that substance abuse had on residents of Allamakee County, a county-funded substance abuse prevention agency was created. That agency, Allamakee Substance Abuse Prevention (ASAP has been an agency of local government since April 30, 1984 and has provided a variety of substance abuse prevention services throughout the county.
It is the mission of Allamakee Substance Abuse Prevention to reduce the rate and effects of substance use and abuse in Allamakee County. We believe that through an asset building approach to education, information, and early intervention, we can prevent substance abuse, therefore enhancing and improving the lives of the residents of Allamakee County.