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Recognizing Biases: What I Learned through my Internship with Impact Spartanburg   Markeisha Nesbitt   So you think you know a lot about alcohol and drugs? Try again. The things we know from past experiences and TV commercials are merely a thing of the past. The products are less noticeable and there’s easier access to ... Read More

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The following post is part of a larger blog series authored by Impact Chesnee High club members. These high school Impact Clubs seek to tackle challenging teen topics with the goal of empowering their peers to make healthy decisions. The teen authors are given discretion to choose a topic of interest and receive mentoring from ... Read More

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There will be a Prescription Drug Take Back   Saturday September 27th, 2014   It will start at 10 a.m., in EIGHT different locations throughout the area.  Please bring all unused, old, or unwanted prescription pills and their bottles to these locations:       We want to keep these prescription medications out of the ... Read More

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Are youth that do not smoke regular cigarettes becoming more likely to smoke e-cigarettes?  Electronic cigarette producers main intentions are for those that smoke harmful cigarettes to switch over to the “less” harmful electronic cigarettes.  However, according to a study, this is not always the case.  It is becoming more and more common for youth ... Read More

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I would just like to remind everyone about our facebook page!   https://www.facebook.com/SpartanburgImpact   Audrey, one of our great IMPACT volunteers, takes the time to update our page whenever we find new information we want to share.  We are currently trying to connect with other organizations as well as individuals.  We encourage everyone to go ... Read More

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Previously, our main focus for our Drug Free Communities Grant has been preventing underage alcohol consumption and tobacco use.   For the past few years we have used the “Communities that Care Survey”, which surveys almost all 9th and 11th grade students in the county.  The most recent data is from the beginning of this ... Read More

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