One life at a time…
Rockcastle to pilot new drug test kit initiative
The “Give Me A Reason!” drug prevention initiative is a voluntary drug testing program designed as a way for our youth to avoid peer pressure and give them a reason to say “no” to drug use. When confronted with drugs, this initiative will give youth an opportunity to say: “I can’t use drugs, my parents drug test me!”
- For more details about the program, click here.
- Read story about project, click here.
- View photos from Rockcastle County announcement, click here.
Residents of southern and eastern Kentucky are invited to participate in a unique and massive prayer walk on Saturday, November 8. Sponsored by the Stand in the Gap Coalition (SIGCO) – whose mission is similar to the anti-drug organization Operation UNITE in Kentucky’s Fifth Congressional District – the “Stand At The Cross” prayer walk will take place at noon just off I-75 Exit 141 near Caryville, Tenn. To learn more click here.
National Guard program puts dropouts on the right track – View CBS News story from October 6, 2014, about the successful ChalleNGe Academy program. The Kentucky National Guard offers a ChalleNGe Academy in Harlan County. Click here