The mORe Project is a Statewide media campaign intended to guide conversations and correct misperceptions about underage drinking.
The Synar Amendment requires states to have laws in place prohibiting the sale and distribution of tobacco products to persons under the age of 18 and to enforce those laws effectively. : Oregon’s Annual Synar Report can be found by choosing Prevention from the category menu.
Federal grant to focus on High Risk Drinking among 18-25 year olds and to build prevention capacity and infrastructure at the state and community levels.
Oregon Problem Gambling Services (PGS) has collaborated with Lane County Health & Human Services to bring material available to Oregon Problem Gambling Services providers who specialize in prevention and outreach.
A new mental health investment initiative that folds mental health promotion into the existing prevention system so communities can identify early indications of problems and foster mental health.
Lines for Life is a non-profit dedicated to preventing substance abuse and suicide because they touch so many families in our society.
A workplace health promotion program sponsored by the Oregon Nurses Foundation.
Greta Coe, CPSGambling ManagerAddictions and Mental Health Desk: 503 945-6187Cell: 503-602-4444
Nicole CorbinAddiction Services ManagerAddictions and Mental HealthDesk: 503-945-6722Cell: 503-269-9806Fax: 503-947-5043
Julie A. JohnsonPrevention SpecialistAddictions and Mental HealthDesk: 503-945-9703Fax: 503-947-5043
Letitia MackSynar CoordinatorAddcitions and Mental HealthDesk: 503-945-5765Fax: 503-947-5043
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