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Family Back to School Benefit Golf Tournament
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Great turnout, great weather, lots of fun and great support for our first mini-golf tournament. Thanks to our sponsors: White Mountain Family Fun Park, Cellular One, Robert Pico State Farm, Hon-dah Resort & Casino, D&D Development, Belgian Towing, Friends of CASA Navajo County, The Pour Station
Thursday, July 24, 2014
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Winslow City Park Ramadas
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SAVE THE DATE
Alcohol 360 Workshop
August 5 or 26, 2014
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Celebrating Navajo County Drug Project coalition's 10th anniversary, we finally have a storefront address:
2922 W White Mountain Blvd, Lakeside Az 85929 at the Lakeside Fire Department. Thanks to Pinetop-Lakeside Chamber of Commerce for organizing the ribbon cutting.
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Deadline Oct. 30, 2014
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"If you're the one who's been assembling the contents of your web site, my congratulations. Our teens are so bombarded from bath salts to hard drugs, I think it's great that you've been able to present these things in addition to covering the developing brain. I hope your community appreciates your work." ~ Maureen Herron, M.A.T.
MH-Global Communications Network, Phoenix
I’m so glad that our community has you as a strong advocate and leader." ~ Best, Michelle Pansulla
"Thank you for allowing me to attend the Coalition meeting last week and listen to the various reports and planning discussions. I summarized some of the main discussion points and forwarded them to Congresswoman Kirkpatrick. I want to note, from my own previous experiences with work groups consisting of a variety of representatives, goals, schedules and agendas, I know it’s not easy at times to maintain a consistent interest and energy level to work toward common goals. It’s obvious this is an involved group of stakeholders that have a passion for what they are doing; which I know is in no small part due to your leadership and commitment to these efforts. I sincerely commend you for your work." ~ Very best regards, Bruce Sitko, Community Outreach
Office of Congresswoman Ann Kirkpatrick
Thank you for all you do within and for our community! You're the best!" Dr. Jose I. Garcia, Counselor
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Dangerous New Trend Threatens Teens :
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Every Friday Night 6P Dinner; 7-9P Teaching; 8-9P Groups
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TEEN AA MEETINGS - 8 PM ON SATURDAY NIGHTS
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Holbrook: 524-6126 |
Show Low: 537-2951
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Local Outreach - 928-532-3108
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Tax-deductible proceeds benefit Friends of Navajo County Coalition Against Drug Abuse, Inc.(26-0468100) and its Coalition programs. Arizona Tax Exemption allows $200 single/ $400 couple tax exemption annually.
According to the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy, every day, 2,500 kids age 12-17 abuse a prescription painkiller for the first time and more people are getting addicted to prescription drugs. Drug treatment admissions for prescription painkillers increased more than 300 percent from 1995 to 2005. Teens are abusing prescription drugs because many believe the myth that these drugs provide a "safe" high. Especially troubling is that the majority of teens who abuse prescription drugs say they are easy to get and are often free.
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