About Oregon Partnership

Our Mission: Oregon Partnership exists to end substance abuse and suicide.

Oregon Partnership is a statewide non-profit promoting healthy kids and communities through drug and alcohol awareness, prevention programs, and 24 hour crisis lines for treatment referrals and suicide prevention. We work with schools and community coalitions statewide, and our resource library is open to all to educate on the dangers of substance abuse.

Here at Oregon Partnership we feel this blog will be an effective way to publish a stream of constantly updated, linked content dealing with drug prevention, and treatment issues, and will promote collaboration and partnerships with the public and our organization.

Thank you for blogging with us. We hope to hear from you soon!

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5 Responses to About Oregon Partnership

  1. Flora says:

    I love to blog and have started a prevention (it debuted today) blog that will include things that make us say: “What are they thinking?!” I recently found some products I think may interest you. Please take a look and feel free to use on your blog.

  2. Did you see today’s AP story on the debate over lowering the drinking age? The issue is being widely discussed online, in newspapers and on radio today.

    Nationwide Insurance released a survey today containing some of the most recent public opinion on the topic. This Nationwide Insurance Survey on Underage Drinking was done in April 2008 by Opinion Research Corporation, an independent third party.

    Among the key findings:
    Americans continue to overwhelmingly reject an ongoing push to lower the legal drinking age from 21 to 18.
    72 percent of adults think lowering the drinking age will make alcohol more accessible to kids.
    Nearly half believe it would increase binge drinking among teens.
    More than half even say they are less likely to vote for a state representative who supports lowering the legal limit.

    I also have information about the nine states where organized efforts have been taken to lower the drinking age.

    For other key findings: http://www.nationwide.com/newsroom/stop-underage-drinking.jsp

  3. Hi,
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    I hope you show some interest in building relationship, please contact me at sharon.counselor.org@gmail.com.

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  5. It’s a wonderful feeling when you know that someone cares for their community. Cheers to Oregon Partnership! Continue to be a blessing to your community.

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