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    Recent Blog Posts

    ASAP Partners with Interfaith Community on Recovery Forum

    Addiction and recovery impacts all of us, and the interfaith community plays an important role in recovery from substance misuse.  The Oak Ridge Recovery Interfaith Forum will bring together faith leaders and community organizations across Anderson County. ASAP of Anderson partnered with the Child Advocacy Center of Anderson County, First United Methodist Church of Oak […]

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    New Advocacy Page!

    Take a few moments and check out our new Advocacy page under Resources. We’ve provided the most recent substance misuse White Papers as well as a video presentation provided by our very own Stephanie Strutner. In this presentation, Stephanie talks about the differences between advocacy and lobbying and how to advocate effectively with your legislators. […]

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    Youth Ambassadors Encourage Peers to be Safe and Sober on Prom Night

      This time of year high school students are looking forward to those wonderful milestone moments like prom and graduation. Regrettably, these milestones can sometimes go hand in hand with tragedy when mixed with drugs or alcohol. ASAP of Anderson Youth Ambassadors are encouraging their peers to be safe and sober on prom night.  Youth […]

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    From The Director

      VOLUNTEERS ARE OUR MOST IMPORTANT COMMUNITY RESOURCE   Activist, scholar, and professor Marjorie Moore once said “Volunteering is the ultimate exercise in democracy. You vote in elections once a year, but when you volunteer, you vote everyday about the kind of community you want to live in.”   ASAP volunteers have guided and driven […]

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    Recent Happenings

      It’s been a busy start to 2018 for ASAP of Anderson. In late January, Main Street Baptist Church in Clinton hosted a Faith Forum night to educate their congregation and others about the role of the faith community in preventing substance misuse and supporting recovery. Dr. Monty Burks with the TN Faith Initiative talked […]

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