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    STUDENTS GET THE FACTS ON DRUGS AND WIN FREE CHICKEN

      The ASAP Ambassadors Youth Coalition from Anderson County, Clinton, and Oak Ridge High Schools celebrated National Drug and Alcohol Facts week last week.  Aimed to increase their peers’ awareness of the dangers of drugs and alcohol, the event was organized by the student-led group.  Students from the three high schools tested their knowledge on […]

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    Vote now for the 2017 Ally of the Year!

      ASAP is pleased to announce the 2017 Anderson County Ally of the Year nominees.  Candidates for the award were nominated by community members for their passion for creating a healthy and productive Anderson County and are united by one goal: to use their leadership, influence and communication skills to raise funds to help prevent […]

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    Give to ASAP while shopping on Amazon

    Click here to choose to support ASAP as you do your shopping on Smile.Amazon.com.  For every purchase made, 0.5% will be given back to ASAP.  Happy shopping!

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    Talk to Your Children about Underage Drinking

    TALKING TO YOUR TEEN FOR THE FIRST TIME ABOUT UNDERAGE DRINKING There’s an app for that!  Click here for more information. Ask open-ended questions and then listen. Resist the temptation to dominate the conversation. “What’s on your mind?” “I’ve been thinking lately that I’ve never actually told you that I don’t want you using alcohol […]

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    It’s #GivingTuesday

        ASAP of Anderson County has joined #GivingTuesday, a global day of giving that harnesses the collective power of individuals, communities and organizations to encourage philanthropy and to celebrate generosity worldwide. ASAP has spent the past 8 years preventing and reducing substance abuse in Anderson County by collaborating with community partners to implement effective […]

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