ASAP of Anderson will have a Virtual Information and Resource Fair this evening (Tuesday, April 13).
The event is scheduled to start at 6 p.m. at Facebook.com/ASAPofAnderson. It will feature a panel of community leaders discussing topics that include the Tennessee Save a Life program, Count It! Lock It! Drop It!, the state’s social host liability law, safe teenager driving, available helplines, and hot to access a variety of other community resources and support services, a press release said.
One person who attends will win an Amazon Echo Show 5 door prize, the press release said.
A follow-up drive-through event will be held Saturday, April 24, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at police departments throughout Anderson County in coordination with the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration’s Medicine Take-Back Day. Community members will be able to drive through to drop off unwanted or expired medicines for proper disposal, and to pick up resources such as a home medicine lock box, teen resource cards, and other information.
Here are the drive-through locations:
- Clinton Police Department—125 West Broad Street, Clinton
- Norris Police Department—9 West Circle Road, Norris
- Oak Ridge Police Department—200 South Tulane Avenue, Oak Ridge
- Oliver Springs Police Department—701 Main Street, Oliver Springs
- Rocky Top Police Department—104 Lawson Street, Rocky Top
For more information, you can call ASAP of Anderson at (865) 457-3007 or visit www.ASAPofAnderson.org. To view the recording after the event, you can follow ASAPofAnderson on social media.
This material was developed through a project funded by the Tennessee Highway Safety Office, the press release said.
More information will be added as it becomes available.
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