Creating a Substance Abuse Free Environment

(S.A.F.E. Program)

In 1994, the S.A.F.E. Program was established by the Mark Kilroy Foundation.  As a community based drug and violence education prevention program for youth and families, it was formed with help from the foundation and a government grant.  For over two decades, the Mark Kilroy Foundation S.A.F.E. Program, in partnership with the City of Santa Fe, Santa Fe and Hitchcock school districts, organizations, and private donors have provided outreach services to the community and schools on a year-round basis, including a free summer youth program in the past.

At-Risk Youth Intervention (Restructuring the Program)

Certifed At-Risk Youth Intervention Counselors/Specialists at Santa Fe and Hitchcock Independent School Districts (Restructuring the Counseling Program)

The S.A.F.E. Program

Mark Kilroy Foundation

High School Anti-Drug College Scholarships

Prior Summer Programs (Restructuring the Program)