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We believe community prevention dollars are best spent when we can match tested programs that we know will address the particular risks that are elevated and the protective factors that are low for our community’s youth. We support delivery of these proven strategies with a close eye on both quality of delivery and evidence of effectiveness.
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Did you know...
“Ketamine, also known by its street names of “special K” or “vitamin K,” is an anesthetic used in medical settings since 1970. Because it can cause amnesia, is often colorless, tasteless, and odorless and can be added to beverages and ingested unknowingly— it has become popular as a “date rape” drug. Teaching young persons never to leave their beverages unattended at parties, and having a trusted buddy watch them for unusual behavior can help protect young men and women from falling victim to an assault involving this drug.”
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