Madison County Agency for Substance Abuse Policy-Richmond and Berea, Kentucky
Applications are now being accepted for 2015 Mini-grants. They are due by May 15. For more information, please contact Robyn Moreland at
October 24, 2013- Madison County ASAP Hosted the "Heroin in Kentucky Headlines" Conference.
Approximately 250 people attended this event, representing 20 Kentucky Counties. The conference featured a variety of experts in the field of substance abuse, specifically heroin use. The conference was organized to bring awareness and education to the region on the rising heroin problem in Kentucky.
Madison County ASAP
Receives 10 Year Excellence & Achievement Award

On Thursday, August 9, 2012, the Madison County Agency for Substance Abuse Policy Board was presented with a 10 Year Excellence & Achievement Award in recognition of the their outstanding accomplishments in providing substance abuse education, prevention, treatment and enforcement initiatives in Madison County. The award was presented by Amy Andrews and Heather Wainscott of the Kentucky Office of Drug Control Policy.
 The Kentucky Agency for Substance Abuse Policy (KY-ASAP) was created in the 2000 General Assembly to promote the reduction of alcohol, tobacco, and other drug use among youth and adult populations in Kentucky through the implementation of comprehensive research-based strategies (KRS 12.330). Madison County's board was created in 2003. The mission of the local board is that is that all young people in Madison County grow up supported and nurtured by their families, schools and community, and become healthy adults who contribute positively to society.