September 12, 2017

With school underway, check out the amazing work some of our clients have done over the summer!

 

6/8- Riverhead News Review posted an article about the 32nd Annual Say No to Drugs March. Read more about the event here and watch the video on the event here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

6/28- The Watauga Substance Abuse Prevention team was represented on ASU Radio to talk about their latest efforts and plans regarding youth engagement.

 

6/30- Fort Thomas Matters featured the work of the coalition and the success of Project Sticker Shock. Read more here.

 

 

7/11- In an interview with Delaware County District Attorney, Jack Whelan, NBC 10 highlighted Delaware County’s new drug collection van, a mobile unit consisting of two mobile drug drop-off boxes that will be featured at community events for people to properly dispose of their unwanted medications. Watch the full interview here.

 

 

7/12- Coalition member, Sheriff Van Duncan, was interviewed by WLOS regarding the opioid crisis in NC and Buncombe County. The interview focused on strategies to reduce opioid overdose deaths.

 

 

 

7/19- The owner of a local brewing company, and a coalition business partner, was highlighted in the Yancey Common Times Journal where they addressed their commitment to preventing underage drinking with the coalition.

 

 

 

 

8/8- Champions for a Drug Free Grant County was featured on the WNKR Radio show promoting the coalition and their prevention efforts within Grant County.

 

8/23- South Bay News published an article commending Lindy Cares youth for delivering Peer to Peer Training to village campers. Read more here (pg. 42).

 

If you’d like to be featured on our blog or social media, contact Victoria at victoria@epiphanycommunityservices.com.