From 1985 and on into 1990, conversations, research, and planning took place to continue to work towards an adolescent transitional care program facility. Money was raised which included $100,000 and in-kind donations from the community for this project. Many community partners came together to make this facility happen and on Thursday, October 25, 1990 a grand opening was held at the facility at 1205 East St. James Street known as The St. James Street House for Adolescents. Over the years this facility became Well Springs and is now in a new location and under the name of Wellfully.
Over the years, ASAP organized and sponsored many alcohol, tobacco and drug prevention projects and activities along with the yearly Red Ribbon campaigns such as: creation of a resource and referral manual, Drug Free Zone signs at area schools, youth leadership and prevention conferences and trainings, adult community trainings around substance use/abuse, social norms campaigns, community forums, continued prevention partner recognition, and community assessments for community needs. All designed to delay the onset of youth substance use, reduce and prevent the abuse of substances and reduce negative community impacts.