Check out our new ASAP video next time you are at the Dreamland for a movie! Thank you, Dan Driscoll, John Stanton and the entire September Productions team for this outstanding glimpse at our prevention work here on Nantucket.
SAVE THE DATE
Social Media Mania & DNA...Facts about Drugs and Alcohol
Thursday, March 12, 2015 • 6 pm - 8:30 pm
Nantucket High School
Large Group Instruction Room
Presented by ASAP “Community Cares” Series
Our speaker will be Mary Beth Uberti, the Director of Program Development at Operation: PARENT. As a mother of two school-aged children, she is fully immersed in the current teen culture. She has presented to over 1,000 parents and school administrators in the past school year providing up-to-date information and effective strategies for guiding parents and caregivers through the challenging topics of social media, technology and drug and alcohol awareness.
Thank you to the Nantucket Inquirer & Mirror for bringing our community's attention to the problem of drug abuse on Nantucket. Click here to read the front page story by John Stanton about the recent rise of heroin use. (The story continues here.) If you are interested in being a part of the ASAP coalition, please contact Cathy Kelly at email@example.com or Holly McGowan at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out how you can get involved.
This poster, created by Sawyer Phillips in Mrs. Crowley's 8th grade advisory, came in first place in the 2014 Red Ribbon Week poster contest at Cyrus Peirce School. Congratulations to all of the students at CPS who participated and especially to Sawyer for his winning entry!
ASAP is pleased to announce we've been named as a recipient of the Drug Free Communities Grant by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). The award is for $125,000 per year and continues for a five year period, with community participation to meet goals toward substance abuse prevention and education.
Check out the new Drug Free Communities' redesigned website offering a wealth of information for parents, teachers, students and the community-at-large.