Communities Mobilizing for Change on Alcohol (CMCA) is a Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) model program. CMCA is being employed in Livingston County to increase the communities awareness of substance abuse issues, to decrease adult binge drinking, and to reduce youth alcohol use.

This program is being implemented in partnership with the Livingston County Community Alliance and the Livingston Community Prevention Project.

Components of this project include:                                                    LCCA 2014 Newsletter

Project Sticker Shock

Project Sticker Shock

  • Drug education and prevention presentations in schools, agencies and businesses
  • Media campaign
  • Alcohol Server Training
  • Alcohol Compliance Checks
  • Safe Homes Program – take the pledge to be a Safe Home in your community! Click here to see WDIV – Channel 4’s news story about Safe Homes.


For more information or meeting times and location please contact: 

Megan Palmer

Sheriff Bezotte and LCCA member Terry Murray at the Run Against Drugs 5K Run.

Sheriff Bezotte and LCCA member Terry Murray at the Run Against Drugs 5K Run.

Livingston County Community Alliance Coordinator
2020 E. Grand River, Ste. 104Howell, MI 48843
Ph. 517-545-5944
Fax. 517-545-7380

What is LCCA?

The Livingston County Community Alliance (LCCA) is a non-profit, county wide coalition that mobilizes members of our community to take action to address substance abuse issues. LCCA promotes healthy community standards regarding alcohol, tobacco, and other drug use. In addition, the LCCA advocates for the development of a comprehensive, substance abuse service delivery system.

LCCA Activities

  • Mini-Grants
  • The Big Red Barrel Project
  • Assisting in county wide, drug awareness campaigns such as Safe Homes.

For more information, visit

LCCA’s Drug Free Community’s grant annual report 2018.

2018 Safe Homes information.

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