If you pledge not to permit alochol use for anyone under the age of 21, please sign the “Not in Our House Pledge“ by filling in your name, email (not required) and zip code, to be added to our list. Thank you for helping us create a healthier and safer community! If you would like further information on this campaign and how to become involved please contact us.
http://www.reporternews.com/news/2013/feb/17/amanda-dora-sobering-statistics-found-in-report/ In October 2012, Taylor County high school students took a survey to gather information on alocohol, tobacco and other drug behaviors. This article is based on the information received. It is TAP’s goal to reduce these statistics in order to create a healthier and safer community. We welcome ideas from anyone in our community to help reach this goal!
http://www.reporternews.com/news/2012/sep/09/amanda-dor-community-awareness-on-the-new-drug/This article was written in order to create awareness of the dangerous drug known as bath salts.
In June 2012, TAP sponsored students from Abilene, Trent and Merkel participated in the 2012 Extreme Youth Leadership Camp hosted at Schreiner University in Kerrville, Texas. These students engaged in a week long summit surrounding skills needed to cultivate leadership. These students also worked on action plans to improve the overall health for their communities.
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