Senior Spotlight: Lacey T at Georgia Southern University

May 14, 2019

Our College Prevention Partnership program is one of our greatest assets to help raise awareness of the nonmedical use of prescription drugs among the college population. They are at an age where they understand the importance of raising awareness of important issues through peer to peer education. We took a leap of faith by trying…

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DEA National Drug Take-Back Day

April 23, 2019

The DEA National Drug Take-Back Day is THIS Saturday, April 27th from 10 AM – 2 PM. The National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day addresses a crucial public safety and public health issue. According to the 2016 National Survey on Drug Use and Health, 6.2 million Americans misused controlled prescription drugs. The study showed that a…

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Spring Break on Your Mind

April 04, 2019

It’s been a busy semester and you are finally ready to relax and destress from all the classwork and exams your teachers have piled on you. Whether you are in middle, high school or college, everyone is anticipating the week-long break from all of your school worries. And you deserve it! While it is important…

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MARCHing into Spring

March 14, 2019

We are closely approaching warmer weather (slowly but surely). Our CPP groups have been kicking butt collecting surveys, posting their Positive Social Norm Campaign materials, planning events, and meeting with each other to talk about their goals and ideas for the rest of the semester. Georgia Southern participated in a fun Jeopardy inspired trivia game…

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Join in on Valentine’s Day Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta Event!

February 14, 2019

Valentine’s Day is right around the corner! For most people it’s a time focused on chocolate covered strawberries, candy hearts, and trying to get a last minute reservation to a fancy restaurant. For others it may be a time to soak up the single life and hang out with your friend group – Galentine’s Day!…

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The Red Flags of Teen Medicine Abuse

February 06, 2019

By the Stop Medicine Abuse campaign It’s likely on your radar that teens’ peers often pressure them to engage in risky behaviors like drinking alcohol or abusing drugs, but did you know that some teens are abusing over-the-counter (OTC) cough medicine? Like the misuse of other substances, the abuse of OTC cough medicine with the active ingredient dextromethorphan (DXM) can have serious side effects that…

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Safety Suite

January 15, 2019

It’s hard to believe that 2019 is here! With every new year comes new resolutions. I have never been big on making New Year’s resolutions. Maybe because I think they are silly. Maybe because I am afraid of the failure to keep my resolution. Or maybe it’s because I never know what exactly I want…

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New Year, Relaxed Me

January 07, 2019

I can’t believe the year is over. 2018 flew by! With that being said, there were a few things I wish I had done differently during the year. I didn’t manage my stress well, and I tended to ignore my own self-care. I successfully completed the Whole30 in September 2018, and I learned a lot…

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12 Days of Prevention Tips

December 13, 2018

The holiday season is upon us, and many will be spending time shopping for gifts and attending parties and celebrations. Festive activities will be in the spotlight and substance prevention may not, so it is important that Georgia Prevention Project is doing all they can to prevent Rx misuse. On the first day of Christmas…

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Finals Week Survival Guide

December 04, 2018

Finals week is approaching, and we all know what that means… a lot of stressed-out students desperately trying to make it to winter break. It’s important during finals to have a plan in place or a “survival guide”. This time in the semester can be really overwhelming. But if you take the time to prepare,…

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