On this episode of Let's Talk About It, Michael Koth interviews Lauren Wright. Lauren tells the story of her brother, Carter Stone, a 32-year-old man who fell victim to the heroin epidemic in Bergen County.
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The USRA Coalition is proud to present “Wellness and Motivation.”  The program talks specifically about perseverance, resiliency, personal identity, vision, self-confidence. It is a grounding presentation and considered by many to enhance critical aspects of mental wellness. Stress, anxiety, and self-confidence are all positively addressed 
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What is National Night Out? National Night out is an annual community-building campaign to promote better partnerships between the community and police departments. There’s great food, music, games and fun! National Night Out Hosted by USRA Coalition In 2018 and 2019, National Night Out was 
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Our unique program aimed at reducing substance abuse while also tackling other troubling issues among young people in Allendale and Upper Saddle River will grow even stronger, thanks to a new federal grant. The $625,000 National Drug Control Policy grant will be distributed evenly over 
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It is time to talk openly about mental health. Join MMA and USRA as we focus on making mental health part of our conversations.
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 The USRA Coalition and the USR and Allendale Boards of Health are proud to present a special program on opioids at Northern Highlands Regional High School. Speakers: ———– Michael Kelly, M.D. Chairman, Orthopedic Surgery Hackensack University Medical Center Jerry Joseph, M.D. Consultation Liaison Psychiatrist, 
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What substance are you most concerned about with underage youth in our community?   An anonymous online survey was administered to our community members in January 2018 asking about drug use behavior, such as alcohol and drug use in order to gain a better understanding 
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Congratulations to our DARE graduates and parents.  The combined efforts at home with the support of the Youth Guidance Council, the Borough, our Police Department and our school administration makes a powerful statement to our children.  I commend everyone involved. Yet we still need to 
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