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    ASAP Hiring Nurse for Naloxone Distribution

      Please send resume and salary requirements to sastrutner@gmail.com.   JOB DISCRIPTION Title of Position: Regional Overdose Prevention Specialist (ROPS)   Description of duties and responsibilities The 2 Part-Time Overdose Prevention Specialists (Nurse/Peer Recovery Specialist) or one Full-time Overdose Prevention Specialist (Nurse) will be responsible for conducting information trainings, outreach, providing naloxone trainings, and track […]

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    Buy an ASAP Raffle Ticket and Win Cash!

      Support substance abuse prevention in Anderson County by purchasing 1 or more raffle tickets for $5 each.  Grand prize is half the cash, 2nd prize is a 32″ LED TV and 3rd prize is a movie night.  To buy your tickets click here!

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    Chick-fil-A Recognized for Their Support of the ASAP Ambassadors and Substance Abuse Prevention in Anderson County

      On May 11, 2017, students representing Anderson County, Clinton, and Oak Ridge High Schools were invited to celebrate their achievements as ASAP Ambassadors throughout the past school year.  The event took place at the Oak Ridge Chick-fil-A, who has been an avid supporter of their efforts this year. The ASAP Ambassadors completed many projects […]

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    DUI Simulation – Anderson County High School, Friday April 21 11:00am

      The School Resource Unit of the Anderson County Sheriff’s Department and Allies For Substance Abuse Prevention of Anderson County (ASAP) will also be hosting a DUI Simulation Class for students at Anderson County High School, 130 Maverick Circle, on Friday, April 21st at 11:00am.  Using DUI simulation goggles while operating a golf cart, students […]

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    High School Students can win a $100 Visa Gift Card

      Last year 53 people lost their lives in Tennessee due to distracted driving. The ASAP Ambassadors are celebrating distracted driving this April and encouraging all students to complete a parent-teen driving agreement. The agreements are available at Anderson County High School, Clinton High School and Oak Ridge High School. All students who return the completed […]

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