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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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    Words Matter: How Language Choice Can Reduce Stigma

      Stigma has long-since been a major factor in seeking treatment for mental health and substance use disorder. Take a few moments to read this article and tell us what you think!   Words Matter: How Language Choice Can Reduce Stigma  

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    ASAP is Hiring Family Drug Treatment Court Director

    Anderson County Family Drug Treatment Court Family Drug Treatment Court Director DUTIES: Manage caseload of all juveniles and parents/guardians enrolled in program Work with Family Drug Treatment Court Team to monitor participant progress Make home and school visits to participating families Hold occasional night/weekend activities for participants Administer and monitor urine drug tests Present weekly […]

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    Nominations being accepted for Anderson County Ally of the Year until November 30th!

      Click here to make your nomination!   Do you know someone who lives, works, does business or worships in Anderson County who cares for its citizens and is passionate about creating a healthy and productive Anderson County?  Consider nominating them for Anderson County Ally of the Year!  ASAP’s Anderson County Ally of the Year […]

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    Reflections on My Day as Principal: By Stephanie Strutner

    Today, I had the distinct pleasure as serving as Principal for The Day at Norris Middle School. Going into this morning, I knew I would finish the day with a deeper level of respect for school administrators; however, as I reflect on my time spent at Norris Middle School today, I am simply amazed. Mr. […]

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    10 Takes Back Medication Collection Event will be November 14th

      Who:  WBIR Channel 10, ASAP, and the Clinton Police Department are holding an event for all community members.   What:  10 Takes Back Medication Collection Event – Properly dispose of your expired, unused, unwanted medicines.   When:  November 14th, 2017 from 11am to 6pm   Where:  Clinton Police Department, 125 W. Broad Street, Clinton, […]

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