With a dose of education, your dreams can become a reality.


We are no longer accepting applications for Covid Relief (CRF.)
If you need Covid-19 assistance, feel free to reach out for a referral.
We also have a resource page you can access here. 



Check out our available positions on our new Careers page!


A call to those who want to make a difference...

Hub City Outreach Center is now accepting requests to come to your school/site for Fall 2020 AND Spring 2021!

We always work around your schedule. HCOC is able to come to your site and provide prevention education for 5, 6, 10 or 12 sessions. We also can do single or series presentations if you need supplemental education on a particular topic!
We will work around your schedule, holidays and conflicts, no need to stress.

More information about HCOC's Services. 

Check out the FAQ for additional information.

Let's do it! I'm ready to get the show on the road!

**DISCLAIMER: We hold the right to immediately terminate services or refuse providing services with any person/organization that does not know or abide by laws pertaining to youth under the age of 18 or other critical laws.**




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New News...

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We know you see us working hard, posting frequently and sharing photos of grateful families....

We decided to make our Project Data public for full transparency of where YOUR donations go!
Full Monthly Covid-19 Community Relief Fund Grant Report: May 2020

Full Monthly Covid-19 Community Relief Fund Grant Report: June 2020 - COMING SOON...

We wanted to give another shout out to Blue Sky for their donation of individual wrapped cutlery that go into every Relief Bag and their donation of BOGO deals that went to families with multiple children. Sugar and Six Soap Company donated bars of soap that went into bags for families with children.
Additionally, we wanted to thank ALL our donors, as your donation MATTERS.
Check back next month to see the progress we make in June!


Interested in making a difference with no effort?! Host a Drive-Thru Pill Disposal Pouch Event!


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Drive-Thru Medicine Disposal Pouches

Hub City Outreach Center & The City of Lubbock hosted a Medicine Disposal Pouch Drive-Thru Giveaway to temporarily replace the yearly Medicine Takeback Event!
Disposal Pouches were picked up over a two day period-
Thursday, May 21, 2020 at Monterey High School
Friday, May 22, 2020 at Coronado High School
Over the two day event a total of 441 Deterra Pouches were given to the Lubbock Community! This was an amazing turn out! 
If you're interested in hosting a Medicine Take-back Event at your site, please reach out to us. We will be hosting more events so we are looking for interested sites!

In 2017, more than 6 million Americans misused prescription drugs, and 2,500 American kids abuse prescription drugs for the first time every day.

Each year, the Drug Enforcement Agency hosts a Take Back Day, and in 2019 they recovered 882,919 pounds of unused prescription medication. This year, that event has been indefinitely delayed, and these pouch giveaway days seek to meet that need.

Absorb some information about Prescription Drug Misuse/Abuse below:


Old News...


Don't Mess With Beautiful Texas!!


Hub City Outreach Center has officially ADOPTED A HIGHWAY! What does this mean? Well 4x a year we will set out to clean the US 62/82, Beginning at FM 1729, Continuing East for 2 miles section of the highway! If you want to join for some community service or volunteer work, please reach out to us! Keep an eye out for the updates. We will announce ~30 days from each clean up. We will provide all trash bags AND safety wear that is required for everyone's safety.

If you are an employer looking for community service or volunteer work for your students, youth or adults, reach out to us and we can arrange something that can accommodate both parties!


May 10-16 is National Prevention Week!

Below you read all about how Prevention can go a long way! Practicing good health hygiene can prevent a world-wide pandemic, imagine what a little education about substances can do to prevent overdose, addiction and death...
Each year, National Prevention Week includes daily themes to focus on major substance use and mental health topics. Click any link below to LEARN more! The 2020 daily themes are:

Monday, May 11: Preventing Prescription Drug and Opioid Misuse

Tuesday, May 12: Preventing Underage Drinking and Alcohol Misuse

Wednesday, May 13: Preventing Illicit Drug Use and Youth Marijuana Use

Thursday, May 14: Preventing Youth Tobacco Use (E-Cigarettes and Vaping)

Friday, May 15: Preventing Suicide




Each day this week, Hub City Outreach Center CHALLENGES YOU to show us how you do Prevention! Tag us in your photos/videos AND use ALL 3 of the hashtags #HubCityOutreachCenter #NationalPreventionWeek #NPW2020 #PreventionHappensHere

OR send us your photos/videos to
OR direct message us on social media!!

We are here to serve you and we would love to see you doing your thang!! Click the image to the right to enlarge and see our challenges!!!



Our winner of the Covid-19 Relief Package was Gracie and Kassidy. These ladies participated and showed amazing insight to what prevention in the home can look like! We were so glad to see so many submissions from them! We hope you both enjoy the amazing care package!


Did you miss us on KLBK TWICE!?!?

It's ok, both our interviews are found below:


Additionally, if you need Covid-19 Relief Assistance CLICK ME!


How is self-quarantine going?

We understand this is a stressful time that we are all trying to navigate in different circumstances.
With that being said, we are doing a COVID-19 Items Drive!!

Please read below for ALL details:
We are requesting male and female hygiene products, non-parishable/long shelf-life food items and basic needs items or monetary donations for these items to be purchased. Long story short, we know what toll this will have on the people we serve (youth and their families), and we need your help getting them items they need to survive. Though we cannot estimate the toll it will have on the community as a whole, all leftover donations and funds will go to assistance of the community at-large.
*all items quarantined for 4 days prior to delivery and are packaged and sanitized by our healthy staff members using protective gear*

Please visit our Donation page for more details on how you can assist monetarily or with items you already have on hand.

Reminder that your donation is tax deductible whether it is tangible or monetary; just be sure to request the receipt from us.

*all items quarantined for 4 days prior to delivery and are packaged and sanitized by our healthy staff members using protective gear*

[Brief clarification on the photo used above: this photo was taken by our Founder, Megan, who is battling cancer and wears a mask every time she is at treatment and highly populated arenas. We wanted to clarify that we are not wasting supplies for a photo. This is her reality, amongst other peoples reality.]


In these COVID-19 times, we are making changes
because we want to ensure you can still receive our Prevention Services!

We have made our Resource page open to the public. Usually, we bring resources and referral information with us to our sites for our service recipients. However, in order to still serve you, we wanted to make sure you all still had access to assistance and growth opportunities.

Our Resource page is updated monthly. Please take advantage of the opportunity to educate yourselves, protect yourselves and strengthen your families with our resources. If you would like additional assistance, please contact us and we can refer your to one of our trusted experts in life.

If you: have a resource, are a resource, or know of a resource that you would like for us to put on our resource list, let us know!


Child Abuse Prevention Awareness Month is APRIL!

We have gathered a few resources for our fellow Providers but also, for our families that may be experiencing feelings that could be detrimental for both the adult and the child. We want you to know that these feelings are only negative if you are not willing to get assistance with them.

If you see a child in trouble, you can report concerns at 1-800-252-5400

Call the Abuse Hotline toll-free 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, nationwide, or report with our secure website and get a response within 24 hours.
( https://www.txabusehotline.org/Login/Default.aspx )

Childwelfare 101Children's Bureau Resources 1Children's Bureau Resources 2Help GuideProtect Your Loved Ones





Our Executive Director, Megan and our Program Director, Jonathan are shown in this photo the Addiction, Recovery and Families Conference hosted at Texas Tech University. The super cool Program Coordinator, Adam was also at the conference, he just didn't make the photo!  Our entire team really enjoys getting new knowledge, learning about the community, networking with other organizations and being able to take knowledge and pass it on to others! 



Curriculum Training!!

Our YPS staff had the pleasure of traveling to Dallas early March to get trained in Youth Connection - CBSG! Our staff had an intensive 1-day training to get all the knowledge pertaining to their primary Evidence-Based Curriculum for Selective Populations. 





You can come visit with us, play a game and get some Prevention knowledge, get a free hair cut, listen to some awesome speakers talk about things you need to hear to keep yourself and your family healthy, get your immunizations, screenings and check ups and enjoy a beautiful day at Buckner's Fit & Fun Health Fair on March 7th! Click the flier for more information! 




We geared up and traveled down south...

To equip our staff with all the tools they need to go out in the community to deliver Prevention services, we took the whole team to Georgetown, TX! 

Our staff enjoyed learning about ATOD, Ethics, Suicide Prevention, Supervising PS, Crisis Intervention, Special Populations, Culture and MORE! We spent 4 full days gaining great knowledge to spread throughout the Lubbock County! 




January 27th, 2020, The Lubbock Chamber of Commerce hosted
a Ribbon Cutting for our NEW Prevention Services building!!

We are so thankful to everyone that came out to support us. Though we only have photos of the Chamber of Commerce members behind us, we would not be here today without everyone that was on the other side of the photos.  Thank you for joining us on the journey of enhancing the lives of youth and adults in the community!



We took our 2019 and 2018 and put it all
in one place for you to reminisce on your favorite events!
Click HERE to see all the fun we had!