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Program shares life-saving information, so students stop sharing medication. Read more ⇒
The Georgia Prevention Project is excited to launch a new substance abuse prevention initiative—the Community Prevention Partnership (CPP). Read more ⇒
The Georgia Prevention Project is excited to launch Starting as a volunteer 24 years ago, CEO Steve Pasierb of the Partnership for Drug-Free Kids stepped down from the organization on March 31. Read more ⇒
The Georgia Prevention Project is excited to launch This spring, our dedicated team marked five years since starting the Georgia Meth Project. Read more ⇒
Robert Balentine and Tom Lape. Read more ⇒
For more than a year, the Georgia Prevention Project has led a statewide drug-prevention program aimed at reducing the use of dangerous drugs among teens and young adults. Read more ⇒
At the end of September, the Georgia Prevention Project debuted “Out of Reach” during community meetings in Columbia and Pike counties. Read more ⇒
This summer, the Georgia Rx Abuse Project received a Cardinal Health Foundation Prescription Drug Abuse and Misuse Prevention Grant. Read more ⇒
The Georgia Prevention Project gained a new and important leader when Larry Connolly joined the organization this summer as its new chairman. Read more ⇒
Lee Shaw, co-founder of the Georgia Meth Project and its successor the Georgia Prevention Project, stepped down as chairman of the organization this past summer. Read more ⇒
Georgia teachers, administrators, counselors and parents pleaded for a meth intervention in middle and high school classrooms. Read more ⇒
The Georgia Prevention Project welcomes another new member to the team. Read more ⇒