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Number of PRIDE surveys conducted with middle school and high school aged youth in Cumberland, Gloucester, and Salem Counties. The survey collects data and assesses students’ attitudes, behaviors and beliefs regarding alcohol, marijuana, tobacco and other drugs. They have been conducted in 2008, 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2014, 2015, 2017, 2018.

local liquor stores we have partnered with to engage youth in “Sticker Shock” Campaigns to remind consumers about the consequences of purchasing for those under 21.


Cumberland County youth who participated in “Above the Influence” activities. 

attendees from 8 NJ counties who came to hear award-winning author and psychologist Dr. Michael Bradley's educational training entitled, “Working with the New Millennium Teen.” 


of Cumberland County police and Sheriff stations have a dropbox installed to dispose of unwanted medication through the Project Medicine Drop Program

stickers placed on pizza boxes and take-out containers encouraging parents to speak with their children about “Drugs over Dinner” – parents are the most important influence in a child’s life! 


of safe disposal postcards made and distributed to pharmacies across Cumberland, Gloucester, and Salem to provide to their customers, and partnered with the NJ Pharmacist’s Association to send out follow-up letters to all pharmacies.

full sized billboards currently up across three counties geared toward the prevention of underage drinking, prescription drug abuse and marijuana use.