Media Coverage

2015 Substance Abuse Prevention Calendar

Improving Safety Can Help Put the Brakes on Fatalities
The Kansas City Kansan featured an article on “Put the Brakes on Fatalities Day,” a national safety awareness campaign aimed at decreasing traffic fatalities.
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How Teens Are Staying Above the Influence
Kansas First News’ Katya Leick visited the Kansas Youth Empowerment Conference to talk with teens and adults about how they’re addressing substance abuse.
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Colorado Expert to Discuss Effect of New Marijuana Laws
The Topeka Capital-Journal previewed the substance abuse prevention speakers and sessions for the Kansas Youth Empowerment Conference.
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Kansas Youth Joining Together to Reduce Substance Use and Promote Safe Driving
KDNY Radio in Marysville shared how students and advisors would learn to deal with critical substance abuse issues at the Kansas Youth Leadership Summit.
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Keep Your Teen Out of Summer Trouble
Nicole Stejskal, KFP, visited WIBW’s MomsEveryday show to talk with Amanda Lanum about how to keep your teen safe over the summer.
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State of Underage Drinking in Kansas Report Reveals Sobering Stats
WIBW’s Melissa Brunner sat down with Michelle Voth, KFP, and Jim Hanni, AAA Kansas, to discuss KFP’s State of the State on Underage Drinking By the Numbers.
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Red Ribbon Event Honors Teens Fighting Drug, Alcohol Abuse
The Topeka Capital-Journal featured a story on the Red Ribbon Luncheon and Training in its print and online editions.
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Teachers and Students Were Honored for Keeping Teens Drug Free
WIBW stopped by the Red Ribbon Luncheon and Training to capture the day’s events for its evening newscasts.
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2014 Red Ribbon Luncheon and Training Seminar
Kansas First News interviewed participants for its evening coverage of the Red Ribbon Luncheon and Training.
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How to Talk to Your Kids About Drugs
Michelle Voth visited the MomsEveryday show on WIBW to discuss tips for talking to your kids about drugs.
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Experts Say Early Drug Use Leads to More Significant Effects
KFP worked with Natalie Davis, Kansas First News, to share one man’s story of substance use addiction and recovery.
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Something to Chew On: Family Dinners Provide More than Nutrition
Stormont-Vail HealthCare shared the importance of family dinners on the cover of its spring Healthy Times issue.
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