April 2022

DEA National Prescription Drug Take Back Day | April 30

medication at our DEA Drug Take-Back last Saturday. We collected 35.4 lbs! Distributed: 12 NARCAN® Nasal Spray 15 Resource Packets Until next time, WOW Coalition Missed it? Here is a DEA Drug Drop Off Locator: https://apps.deadiversion.usdoj.gov/pubdispsearch/  ...

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February 2022

Community Views Survey | 2022

ocus our efforts to continue making a positive impact on the future of our youth. Our focus is underage drinking, reducing teen marijuana use, and prescription drug abuse in our community. We...

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October 2021

Join our Monthly Meetings

our prevention efforts in Buckeye, AZ! Your feedback is always appreciated. Next meeting: November 9, 2021 Where: Buckeye Public Library – Coyote Branch 21699 W Yuma Rd #116, Buckeye, AZ 85326 When: 12:30 PM...

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March 2021

Monthly Meeting w/ Shana Malone

a Malone shares our findings. How to Join | Sign up for our newsletter on our website wowcoalition.org and you’ll receive an email with the link to join our Microsoft Teams meeting before it...

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January 2021

Community Dispose-a-Med Drive-Thru

ee you there! For more info & resources, visit: wowcoalition.org/resources & azpreventionresource.com. When: Saturday | January 30, 2021 @ 10 AM — 2 PM Where: Buckeye Police Department Verrado/Yuma & Watson Rd. Areas 21699 W....

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November 2020

Mobile Drug Take-Back Event

gh your medicine cabinets and gather all your expired or no longer needed medications and bring them to a location near you. The Mobile Drug Take Back event will be coming to your community on Saturday, November 14, 2020! * * * No...

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April 2020

FREE ACEs Webinars Hosted by Gayle Kazmierczak

ources if you missed Module 1: Module 1 PDF Recording of Module 1 ACEs Webinar: Refer to these resources if you missed Module 2: Module 2 PDF Recording of Module 2 ACEs Webinar:  

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March 2020

FREE ACEs Training Events

life are investing in creating awareness and understanding of ACEs (Adverse Childhood Experiences). ACEs are preventable factors that have been found to have a high correlation with risk for cancer, heart disease, diabetes, substance abuse, suicide,...

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