Your support is needed to urge the NCAA to change its alcohol advertising policy when its leadership meets in early August. Visit the Center for Science in the Public Interest action center to learn more and send a message.
Alcohol dependence was once much more common among men than women in the U.S., but the gender gap is closing, Reuters reported May 5.
Researchers Richard A. Grucza of Washington University School of Medicine in St.
Oregon Partnership continues to receive national recognition for its success in getting Nordstrom to stop selling Reef flip-flops with built-in flasks in each heel.
And to Nordstrom's credit, they made the move quickly, right after receiving our letter. We're gaining traction with national chains to stop selling products promoting binge drinking and underage drinking (ie flask flip-flops).
CADCA, Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America, wrote about it in their on-line newsletter.
Oregon Partnership's training program is ramping up with our newest training about maximizing your web presence. Learn how to get your site and blogs in front of the widest audience possible.
Our trainer (and OP's former crisis lines director) David Westbrook makes his living as a search engine optimization expert, so we're talking an awesome opportunity here for non-profits and businesses.
The training happens December 10th from 9 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Lunch provided.
$175 for the training. To register, email Danny Slifman at dslifman@orpartne