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Positive Parenting Prevents Drug Abuse

Click here for full article  Could your kids be at risk for substance abuse?Families strive to find the best ways to raise their children to live happy, healthy, and productive lives.  Parents are often concerned about whether their children will start or are already using drugs such as tobacco, alcohol, marijuana, and others, including the…

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Press Release by S.A.M. (Smart Approaches To Marijuana)

New Report: Driving While High, Youth Use, Crime, Arrests Surge SinceMarijuana Legalization Began in Colorado and Washington The new data, reviewed by researchers at Harvard, University of Colorado, and other academic institutions, find major problems in first four years of legalization ​ For Immediate ReleaseOctober 26, 2016                      …

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 New Report:  Legal Marijuana Having Deadly Impact in Colorado

Colorado HIDTA report highlights increases in marijuana-related traffic fatalities and marijuana use by kids For Immediate ReleaseSeptember 1, 2016                                                  ALEXANDRIA, VA – A new report, released yesterday by the Rocky Mountain High Intensity…

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PRESS RELEASE: Smart Approaches to Marijuana (S.A.M.) –   FEDERAL GOVERNMENT FACILIATES LEGITIMATE RESEARCH ON MARIJUANA, KEEPS THE DRUG IN SCHEDULE I

For Immediate ReleaseAugust 11, 2016    ​​  Federal Government Faciliates Legitimate Research on Marijuana, Keeps the Drug in Schedule I​  (Alexandria, VA) – In a widely anticipated move, today the Obama Administration, using a lengthy “eight-factor analysis” and a deep evaluation of the latest science, decided to keep marijuana classified as a Schedule I substance while expanding…

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Churchill Community Coalition Receives National RECOGNITION  

The Churchill Community Coalition staff along with two community members and a representative from Elko recently returned from a weeklong Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America (CADCA) Forum- Community Leadership Conference in Washington DC, February 1st-4th . Churchill Coalition Executive Director, Andrea Zeller, and Projects Coordinator, Mary Beth Chamberlain, accepted an award from CADCA Chairman and…

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S.T.O.P. YOUTH PRESENTATION AT NUMA ELEMENTARY 

The Churchill Community Coalition staff and the High School Organization, Students Taking On Prevention (S.T.O.P.) Presented to 60 youth at Numa Elementary School on Wednesday Feb. 10, educating them about the dangers of substance abuse. The students led an interactive educational training to Numa students teaching them about the effects of tobacco and marijuana abuse,…

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