Since 1949, organizations across the United States have promoted mental health awareness in May by reaching millions of people through health screenings, local events and media. There are a lot of ways you can make a big impact by spending just a little of your time. (more…)
This category is composed of blog posts providing information about community/public initiatives aimed at ASAP’s target audiences.
The United States’ growing opiate-addiction epidemic has made it more important than ever to dispose of unwanted prescription medications properly. (more…)
Know your landlord rights. Being a landlord can be a great business opportunity — but also one posing unique challenges. If you want to learn more — especially when it comes to substance use and abuse on your property — we invite you to our FREE Landlord Workshop, 5:30-7:30 p.m. March 28 at the Garner […]
A well-rounded education isn’t made up only of academics. Sure, it’s really important to study and make good grades — but personal and professional success also stem from activities outside the regular classroom. (more…)
The Hancock County Sheriff’s office now offers a simple and safe way to dispose of out-of-date and/or unused prescription drugs. The sheriff’s office, 875 State St., Garner, is accepting prescription and over-the-counter drugs for disposal 24 hours a day, seven days of the week. You can protect your family, community and environment by disposing of […]
The Bullying Help Line is a resource for youth and their families, educators and people throughout our community. This support service, operated by Crisis Intervention Service, can be reached 24 hours a day, every day, by calling (641) 424-9071 or 1-800-479-9071. (more…)