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Take Back Day – April 28th 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

National Take Back Initiative will take place this Saturday, April 28th from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at the following locations: City of Washington Police Department Chartiers Township Police Department Peters Township Police Department will be collecting at the following … Continue reading

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2018 Prom Promise Pledges

The Prevention department  is in the process of presenting the Prom Promise to the local high schools.  Asking students to sign a pledge to behave responsibly before, during and after the Prom and committing to an alcohol and drug free prom … Continue reading

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April is Alcohol Awareness Month…. Alcohol and Energy Drinks

Youth are so into the energy drinks, but drinking alcohol and energy drinks together is very risky. Because mixing the caffeine in the energy drink that speeds your body up and makes you wide awake and the alcohol which slows the … Continue reading

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Washington Opioid Overdose Coalition Meeting – Come join us!

The next meeting is on Tuesday, April 24th  Courthouse Square  Room 104   from 6:00 – 7:30.  No RSVP is necessary.  Come Join us!

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Alcohol Awareness Month…. Alcohol and Alcoholism

April is Alcohol Awareness Month and this month we will posts facts you may not know about alcohol.   Alcoholism has little to do with the amount or what kind of alcohol one consumes but more the uncontrollable “need” for alcohol. … Continue reading

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April is Alcohol Awareness Month… Alcohol and Medical Issues

April is Alcohol Awareness Month and this month we will posts facts you may not know about alcohol.  Did you know that up to 40% of hospital beds are filled in the United States (except those being used by maternity … Continue reading

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April is Alcohol Awareness Month…I only had one drink.

April is Alcohol Awareness Month and this month we will posts facts you may not know about alcohol.  You may have heard someone say…I only had one drink.  That may be true but not all drinks are the same and … Continue reading

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Prevention Department at Scouting for a Cure.

On April 7th, prevention specialists, Marissa Scullion and Ramona Cholak-Jenks, presented information on the dangers of drugs, alcohol, and tobacco at the Girl Scouts’ annual “Scout for a Cure” This event was taken place at the Washington Crown Center Mall. … Continue reading

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April is Alcohol Awareness Month – Alcoholism affects Kids Too.

When you think of alcohol we think of adults but children are affected by alcohol too, more than 7 million children live in a household where at least one parent is dependent on or has abused alcohol.   More than half … Continue reading

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April is Alcohol Awareness Month

April is Alcohol Awareness Month and this month we will posts facts you may not know about alcohol.   Alcohol is the most commonly abused addictive substance in the United States.  Approximately 17.6 million or one in every 12 adults suffer … Continue reading

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