The HFM Prevention Council is a non-profit agency funded by the New York State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services.
The mission of the HFM Prevention Council is to increase the health and wellness in Hamilton, Fulton and Montgomery Counties by preventing and reducing addiction disorders through education, recovery supports, supportive housing and community outreach.
The Hamilton, Fulton and Montgomery Prevention Council was formed in 1987 by concerned citizens from all three counties.
Originally named the Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Council of Hamilton, Fulton and Montgomery Counties, the mission of the council has always been to reduce the rate of substance abuse in our area.
In 2006 we changed our name to the HFM Prevention Council to help clarify the services and programs we offer. Cooperating with local agencies, we strive to provide quality educational programs, services and healthy alternatives to our counties’ youth and families.