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What’s Your Anti-Drug Contest

Tell Sussex County how you stay drug-free! There are so many different things that keep you away from alcohol and other drugs… Singing, Sports, Scouts, Dancing, Drawing, Friends, Pets and more! If you’re in grades 4-12, we want your original story, artwork, poetry or photography, which tells the world: What’s your anti-drug? Send your entry with the completed form to us by Wednesday October 20th by 5pm.

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What Makes Me Happy Contest (K-3)

We are excited to announce an addition to our annual What’s Your Anti-Drug Contest to now include grades K-3. This spinoff asks K-3 students to share “What Makes Me Happy” there will be 10 winners from these younger grades that will be featured in the Herald Newspaper on November 9. We are happy to be able to include the younger students in spreading this positive message. Use the entry form attached to include with each students artwork. Thanks for all you do, and let us know if you have any questions.

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Red Ribbon Week Toolkit

Red Ribbon Week begins Saturday, October 23rd and this year’s theme is “Drug Free, Looks Like Me.” As we prepare for Red Ribbon Week, we are sharing ideas for daily activities, as well as social media posts to utilize within your school community. Don’t forget to send us pictures of what your students are doing for Red Ribbon Week, we will be sending out emails to highlight your activities.

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Job Opportunities

The Center is hiring! Rewarding full and part-time positions are available to join our Prevention, Counseling, and Recovery teams. We offers competitive salaries and benefit packages designed to improve the personal lives of our employees. We are proud of our agency growth and we’re looking for dynamic candidates who are excited to join our team and will add to our inspiring culture.

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Week of Respect

Week of Respect is an opportunity for New Jersey schools to focus on building and supporting positive school climates for students, staff and your school community! The week of respect is an excellent opportunity to kick-start year-long campaigns and initiatives. Center for Prevention and Counseling has provided daily themes, social media posts and projects that are easy for Sussex County schools to replicate during Week of Respect.

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