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Hawaii Meth Project seeking applicants for outreach program

MEDIA RELEASE The Hawaii Meth Project is encouraging students to get involved in the state’s central anti-meth community effort by applying to its Teen Advisory Council for the 2015-2016 school year. All Hawaii high school students entering grades 9 through 12 are eligible to apply for one of 20 available positions on the council. This […]

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Hawaii Meth Project 2014-15 teen advisory council

MEDIA RELEASE The Hawaii Meth Project’s Teen Advisory Council turns five this week with the appointment of 22 student members to its 2014-2015 group. This year’s council, selected through a competitive application and interview process, is comprised of high school students from Kauai, Oahu, Maui, and Hawaii Island who help to raise awareness about the […]

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Hawaii Meth Project seeks teen advisory council applicants

MEDIA RELEASE The Hawaii Meth Project has announced applications for its Teen Advisory Council are available for the 2014-2015 school year. All high school students entering grades 9 through 12 for the upcoming school year and attending public, private, and home schools statewide are encouraged to apply for one of 20 available positions on the […]

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Hawaii Meth Project announces 2014 board of directors

MEDIA RELEASE The Hawaii Meth Project has announced its 2014 Board of Directors, comprised of influential business and community leaders who will help set the organization’s strategic goals, approve its annual budget, and advance its mission. The Hawaii Meth Project is a large-scale prevention program aimed at reducing meth use through public service messaging, public […]

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‘Break the Ice’ art contest seeks entries

MEDIA RELEASE The Hawaii Meth Project has announced its 2013 “Break the Ice” Art Contest, aimed at communicating the risks of methamphetamine through works of art. The “Break the Ice” art contest is a way for teens to be recognized for their artistic ability while learning about the harmful effects of this drug. Hawaii students […]

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Isle students join Hawaii Meth Project council

MEDIA RELEASE The Hawaii Meth Project has announced the newly appointed student members of its Teen Advisory Council for the 2013-2014 school year, including four students from Hawaii Island. The council assists the Hawaii Meth Project in its statewide community outreach program. Student members will help raise awareness about the risks of methamphetamine use and […]

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Teens wanted for Hawaii Meth Project advisory council

MEDIA RELEASE The Hawaii Meth Project announces that the application for its Teen Advisory Council is now available for the 2013-2014 school year. High school students, grades 9-12, across the state of Hawaii are encouraged to apply for one of 20 available positions. Public, private and home-schooled high school students from all counties are eligible […]

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Hawaii Meth Project appoints Earles as executive director

MEDIA RELEASE The Hawaii Meth Project has announced David Earles has joined the organization as its new executive director. Earles brings more than 15 years of diverse experience to his new position including management roles in business development, strategic planning, fundraising, sales and marketing, and operations for organizations ranging from start-up consulting firms to established […]

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Students encouraged to enter meth video contest

MEDIA RELEASE To increase awareness of the dangers of methamphetamine, also known as “ice,” the Hawaii Meth Project is partnering with Hawaii Medical Service Association (HMSA) for the fourth year in a row to present a special award for Meth addiction prevention videos as part of HMSA’s 2013 Teen Video Awards Contest. The Hawaii Meth […]

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Konawaena students recognize ‘Blackout Meth Day’

Hawaii 24/7 Staff In conjunction with National Drug Facts Week (Jan. 28-Feb. 3), the Hawaii Meth Project and it’s Teen Advisory Council member Mahealani Yoshida hosted “Blackout Meth Day” on Wednesday, Jan. 30 at Konawaena High School to raise awareness about the “Not Even Once” message. Students staged a lunch rally in the Flagpole Courtyard […]

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‘Take a Stand Against Meth’ winners

MEDIA RELEASE The Hawaii Meth Project has announced the winners of its “Take a Stand Against Meth” art contest, a statewide initiative designed to leverage the creativity and passion of Hawaii’s young people to communicate the risks associated with methamphetamine use. To compete in the contest, teens across the state created and entered paintings, drawings, […]

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Recognizing National Meth Awareness Day

MEDIA RELEASE In observance of National Methamphetamine Awareness Day, recognized annually to highlight efforts to increase awareness of this highly addictive drug, the Hawaii Meth Project hosted awareness events statewide to educate the community and teens about the dangers and devastating effects of crystal methamphetamine, or “ice.” Gov. Neil Abercrombie issued an official proclamation by […]

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Hawaii Meth Project seeks art contest entries

MEDIA RELEASE The Hawaii Meth Project has announced the “Take a Stand Against Meth” art contest, a statewide initiative designed to leverage the creativity and passion of Hawaii’s young people to communicate the risks associated with methamphetamine use. The “Take a Stand Against Meth” contest challenges Hawaii teens to create original works of art inspired […]

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Students rally to ‘White Out Meth’

MEDIA RELEASE The “White Out Meth” rally last week at Waiakea High School, which was planned by 11th grader Kayla Yamada of the Hawaii Meth Project’s Teen Advisory Council, kicked off a series of Hawaii Meth Project activities across the state to honor National Meth Awareness Day on Nov. 30. The Warriors of Waiakea came […]

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