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$35.00

Local Addictions Authority: 240-313-3310

Mental Health Authority: 301-739-2490

Washington Goes Purple is a substance abuse awareness campaign to educate our youth and community about the dangers of prescription painkillers. Did you know the CDC estimates that 75-82% of heroin users begin with prescription painkillers? It’s time to start having the “new conversation” in our community- one that includes the dangers of prescription painkillers.

PLEASE CONSIDER DONATING:

Support for the program includes:

  • Media and advertising.
  • Printing of marketing materials.
  • Campaign gear for the teachers
  • Educational materials for students and parents
  • Staff support for schools and community
  • Staff support for outreach and communications.

*Washington Goes Purple Donation – $35 

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  • ALL DONATIONS ARE FINAL.

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WASH GOES PURPLE DONATION – $35, WASH GOES PURPLE GENERAL DONATION FOR BUSINESSES – $25

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