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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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    Recent Blog Posts

    It is time to re-enroll for Kroger Community Rewards

    Kroger community rewards is one of the many ways ASAP funds the substance abuse prevention work happening in Anderson County and it is as easy as buying groceries or gas. But, in order to continue to benefit each participant must re-enroll each year. To re-enroll, or enroll for the first time, go to and […]

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    Thank you to our sponsors!!!

    ASAP would like to extend a huge thank you to all the sponsors who made the Drive Drunk, Get Nailed Demolition Derby at the Anderson County Fair a huge success!  These sponsors include Fox Toyota, Top Shelf Responsible Beverage Service, Ridgeview Behavioral Health Services, David A. Vudragovich – Licensed Insurance Agent, Clinton Floor and Cabinet […]

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    Pain Medicine Clinics: Integration vs. “Pill-Pushing”

    Guest column series by Scott Fitzpatrick, Dipl.O.M., RES According to the State of Tennessee, we have a pervasive, multi-dimensional problem facing our population regarding the use and abuse of prescription medications.  Sadly, this is not unique to our state; however, the numbers suggest a higher incidence in Tennessee compared to most other states.  The problem […]

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    ASAP of Anderson County Delivers a Message: “A Baby’s Life Shouldn’t Begin With Detox.”

    Allies for Substance Abuse Prevention (ASAP) of Anderson County has collaborated with numerous community agencies across East Tennessee toward eliminating Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome (NAS) diagnoses from babies born in East Tennessee. Babies born with NAS can suffer from withdrawal symptoms such as fever, seizures, blotchy skin, continuous crying, rapid breathing, respiratory problems, and extreme sensitivity […]

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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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