Carolyn Miele embodies what it means to take a painful experience and turn it into a positive outcome. After losing her son to a 2016 overdose, she started Saving Lives for Zachary, a foundation based in Williamsport.
Thanks to Nick’s consistent effort to share information with colleagues, over 1,000 Enterprise Rent-A-Car employees are now equipped with knowledge about opioid use and how they can get help for themselves and others.
Mercer County Communities That Care (CTC) is a community-based collaborative coalition that exists to prevent juvenile delinquency by promoting and encouraging positive behaviors through their evidence-based programs.
It’s particularly impressive that the Juniata County Prevention Board put such an emphasis on data as they planned their PAStop campaign. After they finished, they could see a measurable difference in several key areas.
CPA Executive Director Jeff Hanley visited the PPG Paints Arena Media Studios to record an interview with NHL legend and former Pittsburgh Penguin Kevin Stevens about addiction, stigma, and the importance of prevention.
The PAStop Next Steps Kit is a collection of practical tips for planning and implementing an effective media campaign, targeted toward single county authorities, community coalitions, and all concerned Pennsylvanians.
“Our approach is “reach and push.” Our primary goal is to reach as many students as we possibly can and push them to the PAStop website for general information or specific treatment referral information if they need it.”
In an effort to target young men with the PAStop message, Debbie Moskovitz, Director of the Council Rock Coalition for Healthy Youth, rented an ad truck for the Philadelphia Eagles opener at Lincoln Financial Field.
“The idea is that the sum is greater than the parts. Our intention is to bring about integrated solutions, so we employ a comprehensive plan by bringing all affected sectors of the community together for aligned action.”
CPA is proud to announce the expansion of the STOP Opiate Abuse Campaign This new campaign initiative aims to continue the growing efforts to stop prescription drug abuse, which can lead to addiction and overdose.