The Kansas Methamphetamine Prevention Project (KMPP) was implemented in October 2002 in response to the devastating consequence Kansas communities were experiencing as a result of methamphetamine production and usage. KMPP provides training, technical assistance, strategies and resources for addressing the methamphetamine problem at the local and state levels. We provide effective, efficient approaches for reducing the supply of, and demand for, meth in communities throughout the nation. Prevention strategies target groups such as retailers, rural populations, home visitors, youth, parents and children affected by their parents’ meth use and manufacture. The Kansas Project has become a national model. Please explore this site for more information on strategies, resources and ways KMPP can assist your community.
Fundamental to the success of KMPP are partnerships and collaborations developed with local and state agencies in Kansas. KMPP partners with agencies from numerous fields of expertise, including prevention, law enforcement, district attorney’s offices, government and rural agencies.
The Kansas Methamphetamine Prevention Project is a project of Shawnee Regional Prevention and Recovery Services, Inc. and is a not-for-profit agency.