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Drug Endangered Children (DEC)

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Vision Statement

The Michigan DEC Alliance seeks to establish a collaborative system of professionals that work to ensure all families lead lives free from abuse, neglect, and exposure to opioids and other harmful substances.

Mission Statement

The Michigan DEC Alliance protects and serves drug endangered children and their families by promoting multidisciplinary collaboration and information sharing among DEC professionals, from early identification through intervention, response, and support.

MSP has partnered with the National Alliance for Drug Endangered Children to strengthen the efforts of this program.  National DEC provides training, assistance, and resources to state and local DEC alliances.  For more information on National DEC, visit their website.


FUNDING:  In October 2019, MSP received a $1 million, three-year competitive grant from the U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP) for the fiscal year (FY) 2019 Opioid Affected Youth Initiative (OAYI), Award # 2019-YB-FX-K003.  This funding will provide support for the DEC program and the MSP's overarching goal of helping children exposed to opioids and other drugs.   For more information on this grant award, visit the OJJDP FY 19 OAYI webpage.

Contact Libby Trubac, Statewide DEC Coordinator, at for more information on DEC programming.

Michigan DEC Alliance Brochure
Michigan DEC Alliance Strategic Plan
Michigan DEC Alliance Protocols
Making an Effective Call to CPS
Local Alliance Criteria
Michigan Alliance for Drug Endangered Children infographic


  • The National DEC Alliance has created a free mobile app that helps users find local support services.  Download the app today using the QR code.
         Check DEC QR Code 
  • June 20-21, 2022: Connecting with Kids Through School Health Conference.  The Michigan DEC Alliance and the National DEC Alliance will jointly present an overview of the Opioid Affected Youth Initiative, state and local DEC efforts, and DEC awareness training for the Michigan School Health Coordinators 2022 conference.
  • June 27-28: 12th Annual Child Advocacy Conference. The Michigan DEC Alliance will attend the Children's Advocacy Centers of Michigan’s 12th annual conference to provide information on resources available to support drug endangered children and their families.
  • August 4, 2022: National Association of Drug Diversion Investigators Michigan Chapter Training Conference. Law enforcement representatives from the Michigan DEC Alliance will present information on the DEC approach and how Drug Diversion Investigators can get involved.
  • August 9, 2022, 1:00-3:00 pm: Quarterly State Steering Committee Meeting. The Michigan DEC Alliance holds its quarterly steering committee meeting on August 9, 2022.  Please contact Ms. Libby Trubac at for more information.
  • August 9, 2022: Michigan State Police Grants and Community Services Division 2nd Annual Safety Day. In partnership with the Michigan Poison and Drug Information Center, the Michigan DEC Alliance will provide information on DEC efforts to the public as part of MSP’s second annual Safety Day.


Michigan State Police
Grants and Community Services Division
7150 Harris Drive
Dimondale, Michigan 48821
Mailing: P.O. Box 30634
Lansing, Michigan 48909

Libby Trubac
Statewide DEC Coordinator
Michigan State Police
Phone: 517-614-7777