The Coalition for a Healthy Darke County believes that everyone deserves to be safe where they live, work and play.
Darke County Safety Council
Darke County Chamber of Commerce
209 East Fourth Street, Greenville, OH 45331
The Darke County Safety Council is co-sponsored by the Darke County Chamber of Commerce and the Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation Division of Safety and Hygiene. Ohio has 82 safety councils across the state.
The Darke County Safety Council has a diverse membership of 67 businesses that include international manufacturing, agri-business, health care, trucking, financial institutions, school districts, public employers, insurance companies, consulting companies, construction, landscaping, EMS, and employment agencies. In Safety Council meetings you will: learn how to assist your business in learning techniques for increasing safety in your workplace, learn how to better manage your workers’ compensation program, network with other employers in your community and access useful, money-saving workers’ comp and risk management information.
Companies can earn a 2-percent rebate on premiums. The rebate offer excludes self-insuring employers, state agencies and employers enrolled in BWC’s group-rating and group-retrospective programs. To qualify for the rebate, you must join your local safety council by July 31st of each year, attend 10 safety council meetings or BWC sponsored events, send a qualified senior-level manager to a safety council sponsored meeting, and submit semiannual workplace accident reports for the calendar year. Reduce either the severity or frequency of injuries by 10 percent, or keep both at zero, and you will earn an additional 2-percent performance bonus rebate.
Drug-Free Student Driver Discount Program
Recovery & Wellness of Midwest Ohio
Greenville / Location #1
600 Walnut Street, Greenville, OH 45331
Kelly Harrison, Prevention Specialist and We Are The Majority Adult Leader
- Are you a drug, alcohol and tobacco free high school student living in Darke County? Are you between the ages of 15-18 and willing to take a free drug screening?
- Do you want a "drug-free driver discount" on your car insurance?
- Do you want additional school perks? Do you like saving money at local businesses?
How to receive a discount:
- Go to Recovery and Wellness of Midwest Ohio, 600 Walnut Street, Greenville, OH 45331, on Monday-Wednesday by 5:00 p.m. and request the "Drug-Free Driver" Student drug-screen. Trained treatment staff members will provide a supervised urine screen. No appointment is needed, but you may call ahead and ask for Roberta Short.
- Wait for drug-screen response which typically takes 72 hours.
- Return to Recovery and Wellness to pick up and sign your "Drug-Free Driver Card", which states you are drug-free at time of the test and that you agree to random testing for the following 6 months. Complete the paperwork and pick up a "perk discount bag" for being a drug-free student.
The Drug-Free Student Driver Discount Program is in partnership with American Family Insurance. Funding partners include the Coalition for a Healthy Darke County, Darke County United Way and Tri-County Board of Recovery and Mental Health Services.
Farm Safety 4 Just Kids
6721 Horatio-Harris Creek Road, Greenville, OH 45331
Farm Safety 4 Just Kids: Keeping kids safe and healthy is our motto. We are located in Darke County, Ohio and welcome others to join us in our crusade for health and farm safety. We educate on fire safety and home evacuation procedures, the dangers of drugs and farm equipment, and disability awareness. We make it fun for the kids. Presently, there are more than 50 cooperating individuals and businesses. The annual safety day is in June.
Darke County YMCA
301 Wagner Avenue, Greenville, OH 45331
10242 Versailles-S.E. Road, Versailles, OH 45380
Aquatics: Private swim lessons, parent with child swim lessons, preschool swim lessons, and youth swim lessons.
Red Cross Lifeguard Certification Classes: Classroom and pool training, plus online study combine in this blended learning course to provide participants the knowledge and skills to prevent, recognize and respond to aquatic emergencies.
SCHOOL RESOURCE OFFICER (SRO) PROGRAMS
The SRO program is designed to fulfill three roles in concert with school administration. They are 1) Law Enforcement 2) Crime Prevention 3) Education. The educational component will be conducted through cooperation with school officials. Examples of presentations may include education on drug awareness, bullying, conflict resolution, personal and social responsibility.
Ansonia Schools K-12
Ansonia Police Officer Kyle Yount
Arcanum Schools K-12
Arcanum Police Officer John Wilt
Franklin Monroe Schools K-12
Darke Co. Sheriff’s Deputy Kelly Moody
Greenville City Schools K-8
Greenville Police Officer Ryan Borowske
Greenville City Schools 9-12
Greenville Police Officer Darrin Fox
Mississinawa Valley Schools K-12
Darke Co. Sheriff’s Deputy Josh Brinley
Tri-Village Schools K-12
Darke Co. Sheriff’s Deputy Mark Garbig
Versailles Schools K-12
Versailles Police Officer Frank Maus