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Alliance for Marijuana Prevention (AMP)

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Telling the Truth About Marijuana.

Despite what you may have heard, marijuana is a harmful substance. Teens who use have lower grades, are less likely to graduate, and are more likely to be unemployed.

The Alliance for Marijuana Prevention (AMP) is focused on educating the community, parents, and teens about the effects of marijuana use. We are a collection of community leaders, law enforcement officials, parents, and educators who have banded together to make a positive impact on marijuana use in Muskegon County. By using the local data and getting the correct information into the hands of the community, we believe we can turn the tide of marijuana use in Muskegon County.

Our message is simple: marijuana is a dangerous drug.

 

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Jun 8, 2017

Freedom From Smoking Classes Offered at Johnson Family Cancer Center

Freedom From Smoking, the leading adult smoking cessation program for over 30 years, shows you how to quit in a safe, supportive environment. You’ll be given the …

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The Health Project provides a number of direct services to eligible members of the community. These services include the following programs:

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Jamie Helsen Hecker

Community Engagement Coordinator for Muskegon County

Jamie is dedicated to her job with Public Health as the Community Engagement Coordinator, heading up the 1 in 21 Health Muskegon County Initiative.

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See the Results of Kick Butts Day 2017

Kick Butts Day, organized by the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids, is a national day created for youth to take control of their lives against Big Tobacco. The …

Community Benefit Board Initiative Grants - Letters of Intent Due March 15th 5:00PM

The Project Advisory Board is requesting proposals for the FY18 Community Benefit Board Initiative Grants. The Community Benefit Board Initiative Grants are awarded yearly to organizations for …

Sr. Simone Courtade Grant Application Now Available - Letters of Intent Due March 13th

Sister Simone Courtade Grant Program was created by the Sisters of Mercy to support, strengthen and sustain our organizational Mission in the community. The specific intent of …

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Catalina Burillo

Community Health Improvement Coordinator

Cat provides administrative support to the Muskegon Health Disparities, Oceana HealthBound, and Oceana-Enroll West Michigan Coalitions.

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