IMPACT Communities are made up of seven community coalitions located in Cedar Hill, Ennis, Garland, Waxahachie, Ellis County, Navarro County and at Navarro College. If you have a stake in one of these communities and a commitment to making your environment a healthier place for youth, please contact a coalition coordinator to learn how your knowledge, skills, and resources can be put to use right away. 


IMPACT Cedar Hill     

Date: Contact Agapito Chavez for date and time

Time: 11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Meeting Address: 610 Uptown Blvd, 2nd Floor Conference Room, Cedar Hill, TX 75104

Contact: Agapito Chavez,, 214-770-2444

IMPACT Ennis     

Date: Second Thursday of every month

Time: 11:30 am

Meeting Address: 1810 W. Balderidge Road, Ennis, TX 75119

Contact: Shelley Miller,, 214-929-1204

IMPACT Garland  

Date: Third Tuesday of every month

Time: 11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Meeting Address: Garland Chamber of Commerce, 520 N Glenbrook Drive, Garland, TX 75040

Contact: Summar Thomas-Mosby,, 214-766-8969

IMPACT Navarro     

Date: Fourth Tuesday of every month

Time:  5:00 - 6:00 pm

Address: 200 N 13th St, Suite 109, Corsicana, TX 75110

Contact: Alvis Reeves,, 903-875-8727

IMPACT Navarro College     

Date: First Wednesday and Third Tuesday of every month

Time: 4:00 pm

Address: Navarro College Student Life Office, 3200 W 7th Avenue, Corsicana, TX 75110

Contact: Emily Lynch,, 903-875-7730

IMPACT Waxahachie     

Date: Third Thursday of every month

Time: 11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Office Address: 401 B Ferris Avenue, Waxahachie, TX 75165
Meeting Address: Comfort Suites, 131 RVG Plaza, Waxahachie, TX 75165

Contact: Jennifer Heggland,, 469-315-6507
Contact: Shari Phillips,, 972-937-1531

Smoke Free Ellis County     

Date: Third Thursday of every month

Time: 11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Meeting Address: Comfort Suites, 131 RVG Plaza, Waxachachie, TX 75165

Contact: Rev. Samuel Baker,, 972-217-6886

For more information about the impact of alcohol on youth, contact Josie Prachyl at 972-921-5156 or






Crazy for My Kids

Crazy for My Kids is a community-wide campaign that urges parents to sign a pledge that no alcohol or other drugs will be available in their homes. When parents make this pledge, their names are added to a directory of safe homes. When their child asks to visit a friend, parents can check the directory to be sure that home is on the safe list. Crazy for My Kids is currently operating in the communities of Cedar Hill, Garland and Waxahachie. For more information about the campaign, check out or contact Josie Prachyl.  

Navarro Safe Homes Network

The Navarro Safe Homes Network is a program of IMPACT Navarro and Drug Prevention Resources. The Network consists of Navarro County families committed to providing safe, healthy homes for young people. We promise to actively supervise all gatherings of youth on our properties, to set appropriate expectations and consequences for children’s behavior, and to never allow the possession of alcohol, tobacco, or other drugs by youth in Network homes. Members of the Network provide consistent NO USE messages about alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs to teens. Look for more information at or contact Alvis Reeves.

Actuality Social Norm Campaign

This IMPACT Ennis initiative is based on the theory that people base their behavior on what they think others are doing. When students think their peers are making healthy choices, instead of destructive ones, they are more likely to make those same healthy choices for themselves. IMPACT Ennis is using their Actuality Social Norm Campaign to address perceptions around underage drinking. For more information, contact Shelley Miller.

Students Working Against Tobacco

This student-led initiative is part of the Ellis County Tobacco Prevention and Control Coalition, better known as Smoke Free Ellis County, a program of IMPACT Waxahachie. Students conduct anti-tobacco activities that raise awareness through the county about youth access to cigarettes and other tobacco products. For more information, contact Reverend Samuel Baker.



Take it to the Box - Prescription Drug Return Drop Box Locations

Drop off your expired or unused prescription medication at one of the many locations below. For more information please contact: IMPACT Communities on 972-937-1531.

Cedar Hill - Police Department, 285 Uptown Blvd., Building 200
Navarro County - P&S Pharmacy, 829 N. Main Street
Ennis - 207 South Sonoma Trail
Italy - 101 W. Main Street 
Midlothian - 1150 N. US Hwy 67
Red Oak - 547 N. Methodist St.
Waxahachie - 216 N. College








Connect With Us

Please sign up below to request a speaker, volunteer or to subscribe to our newsletter

*Messaging and data rates may apply. Check your wireless plan for details.