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Project PANDA students featured in PSA campaign

Students in Project PANDA recently participated in a county-wide PSA program in cooperation with the Summit County Community Partnership, Summit County ADM Board and Ohio Guidestone.

These PSAs were written and produced by local teens during a day-long session back in November.  They will be shown in Summit County at Cinemark Theaters this spring. These PSAs are the true definition of youth-led prevention, a concept that is built upon youth developing and delivering substance abuse prevention messages to their peers. To learn more about Community Health Center’s Project PANDA visit www.projectpanda.org or follow them on Twitter and Instagram.

Read more about what Summit County is doing to prevention opiate abuse here.
Check out the PSAs:

 

Join our 2016 Adopt-A-Family Campaign!

The holiday season is often the hardest time of the year for people in need in our community.  For that reason, we invite you to join Community Health Center’s annual Adopt-A-Family campaign!  We have many families in treatment, of all shapes and sizes, that are in need of even the most basic items.  Through the support of generous individuals and businesses we are able to support these families with items that will help them provide for their families and necessities and toys that will bring smiles and happiness to the faces of their children.12620-illustration-of-a-decorated-christmas-tree-pv

For more information about adopting a family or making a donation toward the campaign, please contact Kim Martell at 330-315-3776.

Click here to download the flyer.

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