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Prom Season is Here!

Learn about what the ASAP Ambassadors are doing to encourage a safe and sober prom night.

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SBIRT

A safe way to carry out informative, collaborative, and time-effective conversations with patients about their substance use.

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Medicine Disposal

Disposing of your medicines at an official collection event will ensure that they will not be stolen from the garbage, will not enter our environment and eliminates the potential for abuse and overdoses at home.

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    Recent Blog Posts


    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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    Substance Data Bytes

        Tobacco use in Anderson County has decreased in years past, going from 16.2% of 6th through 12th graders having used in the past 30 days in 2012, down to 13.8% in 2014 and reached an all-time low in 2016 at 7.4%.  Knowing that reducing access is one of the most effective ways to […]

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    Ally Account: Youth Day on the Hill

      After attending Day on the Hill for the first time last year, I have realized the vitality and significance of being part of a larger purpose. Even though most teens are concerned with things that affect them personally, I think it is important for the youth to realize that they have the ability to […]

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