Defeating the OPIOID CRISIS through the pledge of each citizen in every community in every county in Tennessee.

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Recovery Strategies LLC erected a billboard in Knoxville, TN. The company and its services are available in Knoxville, so their target audience was the people of Knoxville and... Read More

The Smith County Drug Prevention Coalition has installed a billboard communicating, "Don't Run! Call 911! - TN Law Protects You! - Carry Naloxone, Save a Life -Prevent Opioid... Read More

DeKalb County Recovery Court purchased an electronic billboard at the main intersection of their county to advertise for their program. The billboard gets an average of over 20... Read More

On August 31, 2017, a nonprofit organization called Tennessee Overdose Prevention hosted their 3rd Annual International Overdose Awareness Day to “remember those we'... Read More

Power of Putnam worked with the Cookeville Police Department (CPD) to equip the department with naloxone. According to the North Carolina Harm Reduction Coalition (NCHRC), this... Read More

Power of Putnam created a login system. Employers create an account and then pay for access to a drug free workplace video based on the amount of employees who will need to... Read More

Thursday, February 2, 2017 - During our SADD Shines Celebration Week, we had the pleasure of having the virtual reality simulator at our school. During lunch, students were... Read More

The Power of Putnam Coalition had determined through a county-wide survey that there was a lack of opioid information among prescribers within their county. The coalition set... Read More

The Power of Putnam Coalition reached out to one of their local law enforcement agencies, the Putnam County Sheriff’s Office (PCSO), to see if it would be possible for PCSO to... Read More

Sarah Blessing, Partnerships for Success and RX Grant Coordinator for the Power of Putnam Coalition, contacted Putnam County high schools to find out if their health teachers... Read More