Municipal Alliance Substance Abuse Task Force
The mission of the Piscataway Township Municipal Alliance Committee is to work with the police, schools, community/religious groups and businesses to provide community members with quality programs, which educate our citizens about drug, alcohol and tobacco abuse and misuse. Part of this mission is to also provide a coordinated approach to advocacy, collaboration and education to promote wellness among all age groups and to keep individuals and families healthy and safe.
The vision of Piscataway Township Municipal Alliance is a substance abuse free healthy community.
Councilmember Frank Uhrin (Ward 1), Ms. Teresa Douglas & Ms. Barbara Andrews-Jenkins are shown before freshmen orientation at Piscataway High School.
Who We Are
The Piscataway Township Municipal Alliance Committee is a coalition of citizens from the business, church and school community as well as members of local organizations. Alliance members work together on a volunteer basis to develop, plan, and implement programs and activities, which will assist in the prevention of Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drugs (ATOD) use.
All 2021 meetings of the Piscataway Township Municipal Alliance Committee are held at 5:30 p.m. and virtually due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Tuesday, January 19th
Tuesday, February 16th
Tuesday, March 16th
Tuesday, April 20th
Tuesday, May 18th
Tuesday, June 15th
Tuesday, July 20th
Tuesday, September 21st
Tuesday, October 19th
Thursday, December 2nd
No meetings are scheduled for August and November.
The Piscataway Municipal Alliance is pleased to support the "Coffee with a Cop" program at which Piscataway Township Police Department officials and residents may get to know one another.