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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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HEROIN

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ALCOHOL

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E-CIGARETTES

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OPIOIDS

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EVENTS CENTER

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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4 days ago
Friends of Hanover Township Cultural Arts Committee

Were you at our guitar master class this month? Cultural Arts and NJC4EPC featured esteemed Joe Bilotti in our Master Class Series. Guitar enthusiasts brought their guitars and enhanced their skills ... See more

4 days ago
Bayonne Police Explorers

A little physical training never hurts...

4 days ago
Morris County Government

New job post: Human Services Aide. Learn more and apply: https://morriscountynj.gov/2019/12/human-services-aide-8/

5 days ago
Overdose in Red Bank Leaves 2 Dead, 3 in Hospital

29 and 35 year old victims.
Opioids don't discriminate

RED BANK, NJ:  When contacted, Red Bank Police Chief Darren McCarthy said, “Last night around 12:30am we responded to a wellbeing check at 85 Bank Street.  Officers found 5 Male subjects ... See more

5 days ago
MooShim Tae Kwon Do

Someone commented on how much we’ve grown based on the size of the testing group. Check@out some photos. 1) Dec 2016
before we even had a space. 2) August 2017 3) December 2017 and finally Dec ... See more

5 days ago
East Hanover Schools Superintendent

Thank you East Hanover Police Department for the 2 Nd Annual “Shop with a Cop.” Helping to make some of our students smile during this Holiday time. Thank you also to Panera Bread and you Target ... See more

1 week ago
Photos from New Jersey Coalition 4 Education & Positive Choices's post

Tuesday evening we had the privilege to launch our new comprehensive website at the NY Jets Training Facility. Thank you to Mayor Mark Taylor & Tim McDonough for hosting a supercharged crowd of law ... See more

1 week ago
ABC7NY

The USPS announced a new semipostal stamp that will help raise funds for people who have been diagnosed with PTSD.

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