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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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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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Dispose of Unused Medicine Properly

Anderson County now has 4 convenient permanent medicine disposal bins!

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    Methodist Medical Center Introduces the Med Minder Form

    Methodist Medical Center is introducing the new Med Minder form along with tips for medicine safety. The form is for anyone who takes several medications and may apply to you, your child or parent, or others.  Counting medications can aid in the prevention of substance abuse and alert those taking medications that someone may be taking […]

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    Tips and resources to help you quit smoking for good.

    Quitting smoking or smokeless tobacco can be one of the hardest things a person has to do.  Between the nicotine addiction, habits and rituals, other smokers and tobacco users, images of smoking and tobacco on TV and in movies and cigarettes and other tobacco products at the register of nearly every convenience store, pharmacy (a […]

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    Take the Pledge to Be a Parent, Not a Peer.

    Parents have more influence over their children than anyone else.  Be a positive role model and don’t enable your kids to use alcohol and drugs.  Take the pledge here to “Be A Parent, Not A Peer.” and then go to ASAP’s Tips for Parents page for tips on hosting safe parties and other information to […]

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    Join the ASAP Youth Coalition!

    The ASAP Youth Coalition was formed in 2013 with students from Clinton High School and Anderson County High School who had the desire to improve their schools and community.  Their efforts could be seen during the past school year through the I Am One and #ChooseNotToUse campaigns as well as panel style presentations to middle […]

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    Freedom from Smoking® 8-part class series to start August 5th.

    Methodist Medical Center in Oak Ridge will host the Freedom from Smoking® 8-part class series developed by the American Lung Association. The classes will be held at the Methodist Medical Center Cardiopulmonary Rehab Classroom, Westmall Medical Park, 200 New York Avenue, Suite 360, Oak Ridge from 5:00pm to 6:00pm. The scheduled class dates are August […]

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