Summer Outreach Delivers Powerful Prescription Drug Lesson to Teens

July 11, 2016

School may be out for the summer, but the Georgia Prevention Project is still in full swing. As part of our Summer Outreach initiative, we are reaching out to local community organizations in hopes of delivering our prevention lessons to teens in summer camps and programs. Last week our Outreach Specialist, Tiffany, and I [Courtney]…

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GPP Meth Messaging Strikes a Note with Nurses & Students

July 08, 2016

June was a busy time for us at GPP! Courtney and I [Tiffany] were just starting out with the organization, and already had the pleasure of attending the Georgia School Nurses Conference, and the Georgia PTA Convention Leadership Training. We also got involved out in the community, teaching our Not Prescribed and Meth Prevention lessons…

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GA Teachers Get the Tools to Tackle Prescription Drug Abuse

May 05, 2016

Just because prescription medications are prescribed by a doctor doesn’t mean they’re harmless. This is the primary message we’ve been trying to get to resonate with young people for the past year. Unfortunately, the misperception that prescription drugs are safer than illicit street drugs is contributing to the growing epidemic of prescription drug abuse. Statistics…

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