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Upcoming Events

Outreach and Resources

STICKERSHOCK

Sticker Shock is a campaign completed by Thrive Ambassadors during high-risk times for underage drinking like prom, graduation, and holidays. Stickers are placed on products containing alcohol at partnering retail locations. Retailers sign a policy agreeing to check ID for age restricted sales, refuse sales to minors, and make an effort to reduce underage drinking. 

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Thank you to our partnering retailers who make an effort to reduce underage drinking by participating in Sticker Shock!

  • McGugin's 

  • Citgo in Monterey

  • TOMS Market

  • PFS Market

  • Baxter Bi-Rite

  • T-Mart

  • Hwy 56 Market

  • Marathon (Washington)

  • Shell (Washington)

  • Mapco (W Broad)

  • Supergas

  • Marathon (Willow)

Prom Promise

Prom Promise is a pledge for students attending prom to be drug and alcohol free, make good choices, and respect others. Students sign a pledge and get a bracelet to wear as a reminder of their promise. Students also participate in impairment simulations and learn about the dangers of impaired driving and underage drinking. Prom Promise is a effort to educate and prevent during a high-risk time for students. 

Thank you to Putnam County Schools for supporting Prom Promise campaign efforts. 

Impairment Goggle Demonstration

Parents Who Host Lose The Most helps prevent underage drinking in our community. It reinforces everyone’s responsibility to promote healthy choices in your community. Its key message reminds parents that it is unsafe, unhealthy, and unacceptable—and, in many communities, illegal—to provide alcohol for underage youth. 

Nearly 36% of students in Putnam County said they got alcohol from their parents with permission. 

ALL states prohibit furnishing alcohol to minors. 

It is also illegal to let anyone under 21 drink on one’s property.

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May is Mental Health Awareness Month. 

More than 1 in 4 adults living with serious mental health problems also has a substance use problem. 

The 988 Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones, and best practices for professionals.

The Tennessee Suicide Prevention Network (TSPN) is a statewide organization working tirelessly to eliminate the stigma of suicide.For mental health resources, please visit https://www.tspn.org/. 

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