DOTHAN, Ala. (WTVY) -- A Dothan High School club is making a difference one member at a time.
The group of more than 60 students devotes their time to volunteering around the Dothan community.
They also talk to other high school students who feel more comfortable talking with students.
"We want to get out within our community and help people that don't exactly know how to get help or receive help," said Dothan High School S.A.D.D President Madison Houston.
"We kind of make it safe to talk about their feelings about drug abuse and we just want to be able to talk and educate people within our school."
S.A.D.D.'s next projects are to volunteer for the National Peanut Festival and the Salvation Army’s Angel Tree program.