Community sign waving, school assemblies and meth prevention lessons to comprise Hawaii Meth Project’s Meth Awareness Week
The Hawaii Meth Project today announced its statewide line-up of events for the first national Meth Awareness Week, held November 30-December 7. Activities have been planned on Maui, Kauai, Oahu, and Hawaii Island and will be led by the Hawaii Meth Project’s Teen Advisory Council (TAC) members.
The first national Meth Awareness Week will be observed in an effort to combat the abuse and use of methamphetamine. Coordinated by the Meth Project, a large-scale, teen-targeted prevention program of The Partnership at Drugfree.org that aims to significantly reduce meth use, the week will kick off with provocative, creative and social content dramatizing the dangerous and devastating effects of meth.