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Focus on Response and Education to Stay Healthy

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CHILL Franklin County
6 months ago

Join us in celebrating #RedRibbonWeek. We and our peers have the right to grow up drug free – and we have the responsibility to make that happen. #BeHappyBeBraveBeDrugFree

7 months ago
CHILL MHC

What a fun activity our CHILL group in Martinsville/Henry County is hosting!

UPDATE: EVENT POSTPONED - NOT ACCEPTING ANY MORE REGISTRATIONS.

Register your 5th-8th grader for this FREE karate night event at chillMhc.com 👏🏻

7 months ago
Fresh (Focus on Response and Education to Stay Healthy)

And the movie we will be playing is......

Sonic the Hedgehog!!!!!

Bring your family to our safe, socially distanced, substance-free drive-in movie event on September 26th, 2020. We are excited to ... See more

7 months ago
Fresh (Focus on Response and Education to Stay Healthy)

And the movie we will be playing is......

Sonic the Hedgehog!!!!!

Bring your family to our safe, socially distanced, substance-free drive-in movie event on September 26th, 2020. We are excited to ... See more

8 months ago
The National Institute on Drug Abuse - NIDA

Check out these five steps you and a trusted adult can take if you know someone in emotional pain:
1. ASK—Ask your friend, “Are you thinking about killing yourself?”
2. KEEP THEM SAFE—If you ... See more

8 months ago
Fresh (Focus on Response and Education to Stay Healthy)

This event is going to be so fun! Bring your family to this safe, substance-free event!

Come join FRESH for our annual Family Fun Night event. We will be hosting a drive-in movie at the Franklin County High School parking lot on Saturday, September 26th. Parking will start at 7:30pm. We ... See more

8 months ago
Fresh (Focus on Response and Education to Stay Healthy)

Do you need a fun and safe event to take your family to? Come join us for Family Fun Night on Saturday, September 26th, 2020 for our Drive-In Movie Event. Stay tuned to find out which movie we will ... See more

9 months ago
www.today.com

WOW! Check out this video! A study found that if you vape, you are more likely to get COVID-19.

10 months ago
Fresh (Focus on Response and Education to Stay Healthy)

If you live in Martinsville/Henry County, Franklin County, OR Patrick County and are 18-25 years old please consider filling out this survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/ZLDLYHN

The survey takes ... See more

10 months ago
Yovaso

High school and middle school students! Do you want to win a $50 Amazon Gift Card? Now is your chance! Help us promote a safe and fun summer by registering for the Arrive Alive Summer Kit! Once you ... See more

Do you have children that attend Benjamin Franklin Middle School either in-person or virtually? We are hosting a virtual town hall about the dangers of vaping as this has become a concern in the middle school with the amount of students who are currently vaping and/or addicted to nicotine. We are hoping this town hall will help parents understand the dangers of vaping and what they can do to help prevent the use of vaping products among their children.Join us on May 25th at 5:30pm on Benjamin Franklin Middle School FaceBook Live!!!! ... See MoreSee Less
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Join this awesome virtual event on May 13th to learn more about how to prevention underage alcohol use. ... See MoreSee Less
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Do you have children that attend Benjamin Franklin Middle School either in-person or virtually? We are hosting a virtual town hall about the dangers of vaping as this has become a concern in the middle school with the amount of students who are currently vaping and/or addicted to nicotine. We are hoping this town hall will help parents understand the dangers of vaping and what they can do to help prevent the use of vaping products among their children.Join us on May 25th at 5:30pm on Benjamin Franklin Middle School FaceBook Live!!!! ... See MoreSee Less
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Last Saturday the Standing Watch - Office of the Sheriff, Franklin County, Va and Rocky Mount Police Department participated in the DEA's National Drug Take Back event. All together they were able to collect 251.7 lbs of unwanted and/or unused medications from community members in Franklin County to help make the community a safer place to live! Thank you to everyone who helped with this event and brought their unwanted medications to be safely disposed of! ... See MoreSee Less
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#TakeBackDay collection sites are NOW OPEN nationwide! Help keep your community stay safe by cleaning out your medicine cabinet and taking back expired, unused, or unwanted meds for safe disposal!Bring your unwanted, expired, or unused medications to either the Rocky Mount Walmart or the Westlake Substation to safely dispose of them TODAY from 10am-2pm. ... See MoreSee Less
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DEA's National Prescription Drug Take Back Day is April 24, 2021 – 10AM to 2PMThe National Prescription Drug Take Back Day aims to provide a safe, convenient, and responsible means of disposing of prescription drugs, while also educating the general public about the potential for abuse of medications.The locations that you can go to for the National Drug Take Back Events are the Rocky Mount Walmart and the Westlake Substation. If you have any unwanted or unused drugs, dispose of them safely at either of these two locations on April 24th, 2021 from 10am-2pm. ... See MoreSee Less
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IT’S SIMPLE: Avoid having misplaced or unused drugs stolen, by cleaning out your medicine cabinet. #TakeBackDay is this Saturday. Spread #Awareness in your community! www.DEATakeBack.com ... See MoreSee Less
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#TakeBackDay is just a week away! But don’t worry, cleaning out your medicine cabinet takes just a few minutes and there are plenty of convenient collection sites near you. Sharing this post takes seconds too. Just a small effort can have a huge impact! Visit www.DEATakeBack.com to learn more. ... See MoreSee Less
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