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2016 Problem Gambling Awareness Month Video Contest

| April 19, 2016
2016 Problem Gambling Awareness Month Video Contest

Results are in! Congratulations to everyone who entered the 2016 PGAM Video PSA Contest! Here are the official results for the top 3 videos, as voted by YOU, as of the close of voting at 12:00 am on 4/20. In 6 days, these videos got 4,000 views on Facebook and YouTube and over 500 votes […]

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2016 Problem Gambling Awareness Month Middle School Art Search

| April 11, 2016
2016 Problem Gambling Awareness Month Middle School Art Search

Here are Your Lane County Top 5! Congratulations and thank you to ALL middle school youth who participated in the 2016 Problem Gambling Awareness Art Search! You can check out the top five posters here: –  Victoria M., 8th grade, Springfield (teacher: Ms. LaVelle) – Zaira G., 6th grade,  Eugene (teacher: Mr. Walker) – Jamie F., 8th grade,  Springfield […]

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Consent Release

| March 23, 2016

Thank you for being a part of advancing prevention efforts in Lane County! Parents/guardians, we request that you complete the following form to allow your minor under 18 years old to participate.

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South Eugene High School Parent Ed Night – March 10, 2016

| March 10, 2016
South Eugene High School Parent Ed Night – March 10, 2016

Parents, thank you for taking the time to come to Parent Ed Night! Remember: Kids still listen to you! Most teens listen when parents say “no” to teen drinking & drug use! Keep communicating! Want the full presentation? See below. South Eugene HS Parent Night from PreventionLane Check out these talking points: Wonder if your […]

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2016 Ohio Problem Gambling Conference

| February 19, 2016
2016 Ohio Problem Gambling Conference

Welcome to participants of the 2016 Ohio Problem Gambling Conference! Thanks for your passion and great energy. You are doing fantastic work in your communities! Please find below some of the material shared at the conference. Our stuff is your stuff! Just in mind that the materials and presentations shared here are Creative Commons copyrighted, so […]

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Hawi Wako

| February 5, 2016
Hawi Wako

Prevention Team Intern Graduate Student, University of Oregon’s Master of Prevention Science Program Contact: [email protected] Hawi (Selam) Wako began her internship with the prevention team in February 2016. She recently graduated from the University of Oregon with a B.S. in Psychology and Family Human Services. Hawi is working on her M.Ed. in Prevention Science, a degree she anticipates receiving […]

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Tyra Jansson

| January 29, 2016
Tyra Jansson

Prevention Team Intern Contact: [email protected] Tyra interned with our program until June 2016; during her time with us, she was a Master of Public Health candidate at Oregon State University in the management and policy track. She completed her capstone internship with PreventionLane, examining the possibilities surrounding billing and alternative payment methods.  

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Training for ADAPT Providers – Gaming & Fantasy Sports: December 10, 2015

| December 9, 2015

Please feel free to review the slides below, and Questions or comments? Contact me. Thanks very much! Additional links: For addicts, fantasy sites can lead to a ruinous path | New York Times, 11/23/15 Daily Fantasy Sports, Beyond the Lawsuits: Facts, Fantasy, and What You Should Know Virtual Hope Box (recovery app) [Android |Apple] “Last […]

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Internship and Volunteer Opportunities

| December 8, 2015
Internship and Volunteer Opportunities

Current Opening! Student Internship Evaluator for Good Behavior Game Interviews are being scheduled at this time.

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Health Effects of Marijuana

| December 1, 2015
Health Effects of Marijuana

We still have a lot to learn about the physical and mental effects of using marijuana, but we do know that marijuana may be harmful to some people. Research shows that marijuana use may have a variety of health and social effects on an individual, particularly on heart, respiratory, and mental health. Similar to alcohol, the negative […]

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