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NATIONAL DRUG
HELPLINE

1.888.633.3239

NATIONAL SUICIDE
PREVENTION LIFELINE

1.800.273.8255

REACHNJ ADDICTION
HOTLINE

1.844.REACHNJ

ABOUT US

The New Jersey Coalition for Education & Positive Choices brings together industry experts, law enforcement and educators that seek to educate about the substances available on the legal and illegal market, engage with students and parents about substance usage and abuse, and empower those to make positive choices.

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TRENDS, USE & MISUSE

The New Jersey Coalition for Education & Positive Choices brings together industry experts, law enforcement and educators that seek to educate about the substances available on the legal and illegal market, engage with students and parents about substance use and abuse, and empower those to make positive choices.

 

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Whether in the class or out in the community, NJC4EPC seeks to engage and empower our parents and students through direct events or working collaboratively with our partners agencies.

 

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US health officials investigating 215 possible cases of severe lung disease associated with vaping

August 30th, 2019|

U.S. health officials are investigating 215 possible cases of severe lung disease associated with vaping across 25 states, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Food a [...]

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