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An Initiative of Morris County Prevention is Key

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    Check out the link below to read about the Surgeon General’s call to end the opioid crisis and TAKE THE PLEDGE! As HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONALS, we believe we have the unique power to end the opioid crisis. We pledge to: 1. Educate ourselves to treat pain safely and effectively. 2. Screen our patients for opioid more »

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  • 10/31/16--08:45: Knock Out Opiate Abuse Day
  • Check out Morris County’s pictures from Knock Out Opiate Abuse Day! Morris County freeholders declaring October 6th “Knock Out Opiate Abuse Day” in Morris County Volunteers speaking to doctors at Atlantic Health about the dangers of prescription opiates  

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  • 08/11/16--09:18: Article 9
  •   CCSHM is so proud to be a part of this effort, particularly in partnering with Partnership for a Drug Free NJ in the October 6th statewide day of awareness, “Knock Out Opiate Abuse Day.” Read Partnership for a Drug Free NJ’s full blog here: http://www.drugfreenj.org/blog/

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  • 09/08/16--13:54: Article 8
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  • 09/26/16--09:58: Article 7
  • Check out our Executive Director and Associate Director from last week’s Epiphany Community Services Retreat. Christopher Goeke and Melody Runyon presented on the development of prevention to recovery as a continuum. They discussed how prevention as we knew it has been re-designed. Morris County Prevention is Key has transformed itself from a “prevention services only” agency more »

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    The Pinwheel Project, which is a display of 5,000 brightly colored pinwheels to represent the 5,000 annual deaths among underage youth, was put on display at high schools throughout Morris County, including: Jefferson High School, Pequannock High School, Morristown High School,  Mt. Olive High School, West Morris Mendham High School, and Chatham High School. Thank more »

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  • 10/28/16--08:31: Pinwheel Project
  • Thank you to Chatham High School, and their Student Assistance Counselor Lisa Lattarulo, and West Mendham High School and their Student Assistance Counselor Tamara D’Allesio, for participating in our annual Pinwheel Project, bringing awareness to the over 5,000 youth lives lost annually to underage drinking. Chatham High School (below)   West Morris Mendham High School (below)

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  • 10/31/16--08:08: Pinwheel Project
  • Thank you to Pequannock High School and the Pequannock Township Coalition for participating in this year’s Pinwheel Project!  Pequannock High School Pequannock High School Students Pequannock High School Students Pequannock High School Students and Staff

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  • 01/25/17--19:32: From Addiction to Recovery
  • Please join us to learn what Morris County is doing to confront the opiate epidemic from prevention to recovery, and how you can be a part of its efforts. 

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    Please join us at our Morris County Task Force on Opiates meeting to address current county issues: Tuesday, February 21st at 5 PM Office of Temporary Assistance 340 West Hanover Ave, Morristown, NJ

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      Rockaway, NJ – Representatives from Rockaway, NJ headed to the Washington, D.C., area to join approximately 3,000 substance abuse prevention specialists and advocates from throughout the country for CADCA’s (Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America’s) 27th Annual National Leadership Forum. “We are humbled to be have been chosen to share our successes in linking prevention more »

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    Health leaders call for immediate action to curb smoking in the U.S. Every year cigarette smoking contributes to about one in five deaths in the United States. A group of prominent health leaders called for the immediate implementation of national action to reduce the number of smokers in the country by 15 million in a more »

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    The Hope One Van made its first stop Monday, at the Morristown Green. The goal: to try to spread the message and connect with those struggling with addiction. The Hope Van, now a mobile recovery access center, was made possible by dollars from convicted drug dealers. Morris County Sheriff James Gannon says, “It’s all about education more »

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    Four Prosecutor’s Office heroin programs heading to Morris towns In a continued effort to fight the heroin and opioid epidemic, the Morris County Prosecutor’s Office is hosting four symposiums in several county high schools over the next few weeks. In Morris County, fatal opiate overdoses jumped from 43 in 2015 to 64 in 2016. There more »

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    PLEASE JOIN US TOMORROW!

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  • 07/16/18--06:11: Article 9

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  • 07/23/18--05:23: Article 8

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    July 20, 2018 – Rockaway, NJ LIFE Center Stage, The Community Coalition for a Safe & Healthy Morris, Morris County Stigma-Free and Partnership for a Drug-Free New Jersey are looking for songwriters to use the power of music to engage the community in this much needed call to action to Knock Out Opioid Abuse. The more »

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    PARAMUS, N.J. – Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal today announced the results of an innovative five-county collaboration involving law enforcement, county government, and addiction service agencies to connect individuals suffering from the disease of addiction with vital recovery services through “Operation Helping Hand.” Attorney General Grewal made the announcement at New Bridge Medical Center in Paramus, where more »

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    Opioid use in Morris County, and New Jersey has been on the rise in recent times. In Morris County, there have been 53 suspected drug related deaths, as of January 1st. Though this is a 5% improvement from last year, as there were 56 drug related deaths by end of June, this is not a more »

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