Together for Jackson County Kids presented the Good Drugs Gone Bad program to the students at the Northwest Journey in Black River Falls on December 6th. The Good Drugs Gone Bad program is a 45 minute educational program on the dangers of perscription and over the counter drug abuse. The students were broken into two groups and the group wasn’t in the Good Drugs Gone Bad presentation were given information about the lasting effects of smoking and dangers of secondhand smoke. The students also got to try a Carbon Monoxide test to see what their CO levels were.
We would like to thank the Northwest Journey students and staff for letting TFJCK take some of the time from their busy schedules to talk about some important topics. We had a great time coming to visit and hope to come back in the near future to offer other programs.
If any other groups are interested in having a Good Drugs Gone Bad presentation please get in contact with TFJCK we would be more than happy to facilitate a presentation.