This spring, our dedicated team marked five years since starting the Georgia Meth Project. At the 2014 National Rx Drug Abuse Summit, held this time last year, our tireless campaign announced an increased scope and name change to the Georgia Prevention Project.
Our hard work and extremely encouraging results has only gained momentum. To move forward with a clear direction for the future of the Georgia Prevention Project, our board of directors recently crafted a 5-Year Strategic Plan to share with all of our supporters.
“Over the next three to five years, we intend to take the basic success factors of the Georgia Meth Project into the fight against the abuse of prescription and over-the-counter medications,” explains Executive Director Jim Langford.
“We have learned some valuable insights on how to communicate dangers to teens and young adults, and we plan to use those techniques and messages in new campaigns, such as the Rx Abuse Program,” he added.