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Be a Parent. Not a Peer.

Enabling underage drinking is illegal.  Don’t let your kids spend time with enablers and don’t be one yourself.

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Dispose of Unused Medicine Properly

Anderson County now has 5 convenient permanent medicine disposal bins!

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ASAP Youth Coalition is expanding!

Are you a teen who wants to make a difference in your community? Join the Youth Coalition today!

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    Meeting Date Changed!

    The May ASAP Coalition meeting has been changed to May 18th at noon at First Baptist Church.  See you there!

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    Smartphone apps can help your teenager not text and drive

    In 2014 there were 644 crashes in Anderson County involving drivers age 15 to 24 and text messaging while driving makes a crash 23 times more likely to occur.  Smartphone apps are available for iPhone and Android to deter you teenage driver from texting while on the road and most are available for free.  Below […]

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    Benefit: Cost Analysis

    To view the paper click here. Studies show the cost of substance abuse in the U.S. is over $500 Billion dollars. These figures include the impact of tobacco, alcohol, and illicit drug use and include resource and productivity costs. Two local anti-drug coalitions were interested in finding out how much substance abuse costs the local taxpayer […]

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    Understanding the Importance of Choice: Treatment of Pain Syndromes

    Guest column series by Scott Fitzpatrick, Dipl.O.M., RES The treatment of pain is one of the most challenging specialties in medicine; one that includes many difficult choices.  Over 50 million cases of pain-related visits to health care professionals are reported annually.  For this initial exploration, the complexities are too numerous to list, but can be […]

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    CHS Teacher In-Service

    Thank you to the teachers and school administrators who attended the in-service training today. The slides from today’s presentation are available here: CHS In-Service 2014.

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