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