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Focus on Response and Education to Stay Healthy

CHILL Franklin County
3 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

4 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 👏🏻

5 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

5 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

5 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

5 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

5 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

6 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.

7 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

7 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

Please contact us if you're interested in this great resource! Participants are asked to be able to access the Zoom virtual platform and have audio and video capabilities. ... See MoreSee Less
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This Thursday learn about the signs of Substance Use in Youth. ... See MoreSee Less
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Listen to what Davon from Ferrum College has to say about mental health!Mental Health is important. If you or someone you know needs help, call the national suicide lifeline at 800-273-8255. They will be able to provide help no matter the situation and no matter the time of day. ... See MoreSee Less
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We want to keep our youth and adults safe this New Years! Help prevent the illegal sales of alcohol by sharing our Digital Project Sticker Shock "stickers"!We want to prevent any one who is planning on drinking tonight from driving. Remember, you are not okay to drive if you have consumed any amount of alcohol!Call 1-(800)-AAA-HELP and say “I need a Tipsy Tow.” if you find yourself in a situation where you are not safe to drive on New Years Eve. ... See MoreSee Less
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Every year our CHILL members participate in Project Sticker Shock by going to the local grocery stores and convenience stores and placing the Project Sticker Shock stickers on beer cases to prevent the purchasing of alcohol for underage youth. This year has been a little different. We didn't get to go to the stores in person due to COVID-19; however, we are participating in the Digital Project Sticker Shock here on Facebook! We need your help! We want to share this initiative with as many people as we can before New Years Eve as we know this is a time that many of our youth attend parties/use alcohol to "have a good time".We want to stop the sale of alcohol to underage youth by sharing this project with you all in hopes that it will save some lives during the holiday. Please join us on this project by sharing this post and our stickers with everyone you know so that we can help prevent the illegal sale of alcohol! ... See MoreSee Less
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Did you know that alcohol is the most widely abused substance among youth in the United States?Underage drinking is dangerous because it negatively affects brain development and increases the risk of physical assault, legal problems, other drug abuse, risky sexual behavior, suicide and homicide.The majority of youth do not pay for the alcohol they drink and their most common source of alcohol is an unrelated person aged 21 or older. Giving alcohol to youth is called social providing. Underage drinkers may also use a fake ID to purchase alcohol. In Virginia, these offenses are Class 1 misdemeanors.Let's all do our part to prevent the illegal sales of alcohol to underage youth by sharing this post with everyone you know! ... See MoreSee Less
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What an incredible project that we were honored to be able to support. Our CHILL members and Piedmont Community Services staff wanted to give our FCPS employees an appreciation envelop to thank them for their continued partnership through the 2020 school year and their commitment to continuing to help students in the schools succeed!This month we were able to put together our Franklin County Public Schools Employee Appreciation Project. We provided all staff members in all of our schools with an envelope filled with FRESH/CHILL brochures, positive, uplifting messages, a coping with stress card, handwritten "Thank You" cards, and thanks to our community partner McDonald's we were able to provide all employees with a McDonald's coupon. We really appreciate all that the staff at Franklin County Public Schools has done for all of our students. Without FCPS employees our Too Good For Drugs program would not have been taught, and our academic success would have surely decreased.We just wanted to do this project as a way to say "Thank You" and to help the employees know they are appreciated! ... See MoreSee Less
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