2017 Red Ribbon Drug Prevention Walk

#EveryoneKnowsSomeone … Help Prevent The Next One!

Come out to support Prevention and Recovery so we can offer parents a better chance of watching their child graduate as opposed to having to attend their funeral. 

*Visit http://2017DrugPreventionWalk.everydayhero.do/ to register and create your team and start fundraising for the Raymond J. Lesniak Experience, Strength, Hope Recovery High School*

As New Jersey and our nation continue to battle the heroin epidemic, we ask you to become our partner in the 2017 Drug Prevention Walk.

Last year, we were able to raise over $20,000 in support of New Jersey’s first public Recovery High School. This year we want to continue to support the high school and Prevention Links expanding efforts to support all New Jersey youth in recovery.

Invest in Recovery ... Instead of paying the price of Addiction.

Contact Information
  1. Elizabeth Costantino
  2. 732-381-4100
  3. ecostantino@preventionlinks.org
Sat, October 21
10:00 am — 3:00 pm
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#EveryoneKnowsSomeone … Help Prevent The Next One!

Come out to support Prevention and Recovery so we can offer parents a better chance of watching their child graduate as opposed to having to attend their funeral.

*Visit http://2017DrugPreventionWalk.everydayhero.do/ to register and create your team and start fundraising for the Raymond J. Lesniak Experience, Strength, Hope Recovery ...

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