Tennessee Department of Mental Health & Substance Abuse Services

This project is funded by the Tennessee Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services.

For information and referrals concerning addiction issues please call the Tennessee REDLINE number @ 1-800-889-9789

Or the Quit Line @ 1-800-QUIT-NOW.

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Today at our RAPP Meeting these amazing young people received their sweatshirts from the Obion County Prevention Coalition for completing this year's goals and community hours.
A big THANK YOU to these students who have dedicated their time and talents to their peers and their community!
Thank you Corner BBQ for the amazing breakfast!!
#takethestairs
#saddnation
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What a powerful message Ryan Leaf shared with the Martin community!
“We all have a choice: Healthy and positive
or negative and toxic”
“Failure is just an opportunity to do better next time”
Loved his words of wisdom on Accountability, Community and Spirituality!!
#askforhelp
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GUIDE FOR OPIOID USE DISORDER PRESENTED BY: Merrill Norton
A text that provides comprehensive guidance to all aspects of the OPIOID EPIDEMIC
📌Thanks to TAADAS for one of the best opioid trainings.
📌Dr. Merrill Norton did an awesome job!!
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4 days ago

Obion County Prevention Coalition

RJ = courage
RJs Dad = encourage

CBS News
This little boy was absolutely terrified to jump in a pool two years ago, but this summer, he faced his fears and took the plunge. ❤️️ www.cbsnews.com/theuplift/
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Did you know?
Marijuana smoke deposits four times more tar in the lungs and contains 50%–70% more cancer-causing substances than tobacco smoke. Learn about the dangerous health consequences linked to youth marijuana use in SAMHSA's newest Tips for Teens resource. store.samhsa.gov/product/Tips%20for%20Teens%20Marijuana/PEP19-05
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The Obion County Prevention Coalition will meet on Wednesday, July 17, 2019 at the Obion County Library at noon. Lunch will be provided by Pathways. Please let Carla know if you will be in attendance by email at [email protected] or by phone at (731) 446-8879. Hope to see you there.

Joe Garner, Chairman
Obion County Prevention Coalition
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5 days ago

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Tennessee Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services
Rather text than talk? The TN REDLINE can do that!

For 30 years the TN REDLINE has been Tennessee's addiction treatment referral hotline, and now they can make referrals via text message. The number is still the same: 800-889-9789.

Read more at this link: www.tn.gov/behavioral-health/news/2019/7/10/tn-redline-adds-new-text-communication-capability.html
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Last night Agents assisted by Gibson County Sheriff's Office, Milan Police Department, Jackson P.D. Aviation Division and the U.S. Marshal Service served a search warrant in the Sitka Community of Gibson County where a homicide had occurred over the weekend. Agents seized two weapons from a convicted felon, opioids, marijuana, drug paraphernalia and a large amount of gang paraphernalia. One subject had outstanding warrants from Williamson County. 3 subjects either are or were in the custody of Sheriff Paul Thomas. #safesummer #wecominforya #NOGANGS #stoptheviolence #thisisntfunny #TEAMWORKINGIBSONCOUNTY
#WORKINGTOGETHERTOMAKEYOUSAFER. #weneedyourhelp. #turnemin
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Summer the perfect time to quit!!You don’t have to quit smoking alone. We have free resources to help you get started. Visit CDC.gov/quit to learn more. ... See MoreSee Less

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