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The Partnership for a Drug-Free New Jersey announced its 11th ANNUAL New Jersey Shout Down Drugs® high school initiative for substance abuse prevention.  Attached is a contest flyer that we ask you to share within your agency and with your colleagues, so they we may promote this award-winning prevention program among the teens in our communities.  Please encourage them to visit www.ShoutDownDrugs.com for more information.    Contest entry deadline is January 12, 2015. 

 

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