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4th Dimension Recover Center 042317
AN INTERVIEW WITH TONY VEZINA, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF 4TH DIMENSION RECOVERY CENTER AND NICK SMIT, GENERAL MANAGER OF GRESHAM SUBARU, ABOUT THE WORK 4D DOES WITH YOUNG PEOPLE IN ADDICTION RECOVERY AND THE FINANCIAL SUPPORT FROM GRESHAM SUBARU.
eight people and so that was really working for a few that marijuana . Dispensaries across the street from brewery I mean this is the first. Not to replicate that effort you're actually here Peter the
Oregon Health Authority 012217
AN INTERVIEW WITH KATI MOSELEY WITH THE OREGON HEALTH AUTHORITY ABOUT THEIR “TALK WITH THEM” CAMPAIGN AIMED AT HELPING PARENTS TALK WITH THEIR CHILDREN ABOUT MARIJUANA USAGE.
Entercom radio Portland public affairs program I'm Gary blocks and now that marijuana is legal for recreational use in Oregon and Washington. One of the big questions is how do you talk to your kids about it I'd like to welcome to the program Conte mostly Conte is with the Oregon health authorities how they're cutting hell are you. Great so we're now today we're going to be talking about a campaign you have going on how to help parents talk with their kids about marijuana use. Could you tell me about the parent campaign what is talk with them. I could damage is compliment is the Oregon health authorities larger campaign called stay tune you and I. That is directed at helping you being an adult delay it or not start using marijuana before the age of 21. They're top went and campaigned provide information and restart sister parent. To help them initiate and how meaningful conversation. With their kids about marijuana you. Yeah marijuana became legal for recreational use and over again was it just last year in 2016. No it early years ago it was OK but I've lost I lost track time yeah and how things changed since it did become legal. Well how and certainly. With legalization of marijuana . He. And amount of information and marketing and promotion of marijuana and marijuana products has increased ten. And the guy goes part and parcel with legalization of a product and they're both have been a lot of attention in the news media about just. Process of developing a marijuana market place and how to keep it safe and half and accessible to oregonians while still protecting youth and young adults from the potential health effects of marijuana use. Yeah when we. And did some focus group casting recently. Around evaluating our youth campaign we did hear frowned. Both of you young adult and parent that they feel like in the last year there's been more our and information. More advertising. And more public use of marijuana . It's certainly seems like you can go very far without releasing a billboard two or of a storefront or something like that. That's happening throughout the state. Yes. And we don't currently have a way to. You know how much marijuana advertising is out there. I'm doing really well we well we do know is what we here in our focus groups and
steps and guidance on how both the top put your kids about marijuana use but also how to listen to them. I'm talking about marijuana use can be awkward and uncomfortable. And for a parent and we hope is that pairing guys can. Really empower parents and make them understand that their voice doesn't matter in the conversation about marijuana . And give them some concrete steps on how to how to pocket how to listen to their kids about marijuana . This is somewhat uncharted territory for many parents. I think he can be I think it. It is. Congregation. That is on
over that first hurdle initiating a conversation. Whatever your your young person marijuana use status might be I think it's really important to acknowledge. And that some parent to Africa and we tried it provider resource that was. Useful not just an effort conversation about marijuana than in the first conversation you have with your child. After it debuted marijuana . Last summer you launched a youth marijuana use prevention pilot campaigns now how is this campaign similar to that one end and actually what was that campaign last summer.
DePaul Treatment Centers 041716
AN INTERVIEW WITH ERIN DEVET, DIRECTOR OF RESIDENTIAL SERVICES AT DEPAUL, ABOUT APRIL BEING ALCOHOL AWARENESS MONTH, TEEN DRINKING PREVENTION, AND PROGRAMS AT DEPAUL.
and they think that they can drink after they leave. And or marijuana is simple problem for them and making good bacon smoked marijuana . And it's really hard to realize is that. Any substance you put into your body is going to wake of that. Demon
AN INTERVIEW WITH TOM TOWSLEE, COMMUNICATIONS DIRECTOR FOR THE OREGON LIQUOR CONTROL COMMISSION’S RECREATIONAL MARIJUANA PROGRAM ABOUT WHAT YOU CAN AND CANNOT DO NOW THAT MARIJUANA IS LEGAL IN OREGON.
We're gonna learn some more do's and don'ts around the legalization of marijuana in Oregon I like to welcome Tom tells Lee he's the communications director for the Oregon liquor control commissions were creation marijuana program welcome to medical tome. You so you probably at a busy a few days few weeks legalization just happened on July
Well new Wells Fargo and used to grow limited amounts of pro marijuana to preserve is limited amounts of marijuana . Probably could cure the way they can consume it in private. But he can't so it's gonna camp smoker Republican. So but that's now won't always be the case as well leave the selling part. You can sell it to as an individual but you'll be able to sell the NC has a store. On next. Well yes. You do legislature. Which just adjourned last night. Agreed to allow the sale. Of small amounts of recreational marijuana . To the public on October 1 through an existing network of medical marijuana distributors. The full recreational marijuana program won't be open running until next year. So October 1 of this year. Okay in those October 1 two doesn't succeed looks even. When does when we expect to have the retail stores Larson's development. So what is the purpose of legalizing recreational marijuana . Well you know it kind of depends on on how you look at it two voters. In all likelihood. Wanted to our. I was saved Acosta of local law enforcement source efforts in this area. I secretly were interested in reducing the black market. Two regular highly regulated. Legal marijuana system. They wanted to arm. That you revenue there's just too dour. There will be covered in our home to this overtime
to rim is going to be probably in total 2070s. Now that marijuana is legal where and how can people use. Well we can use it in part to. And the definition notes private vs
Cannabis Creative Conference 070515
AN INTERVIEW WITH WILLIAM SIMPSON, A CANNABIS INDUSTRY EXPERT, ABOUT MEASURE 91 AND CANNABIS LEGALIZATION IN OREGON, WHAT IT MEANS AND ITS EFFECTS ON OREGON’S ECONOMY, AND ABOUT THE CANNABIS CREATIVE CONFERENCE IN JULY.
Well teams that kind of like common sense it seems as though marijuana has been deregulated much in the way of that alcohol is regulated. Capital looked like going forward and I buried in my
you tell us what you think is the biggest misconception about legalizing marijuana . Moon but a tough question. Let me repo Lola bothered about the biggest misconception. About realizing. Marijuana . You know all. I think there are certain groups of people I feel like this guy that storm that fall that. People
DePaul Treatment Centers 10.19.14
AN INTERVIEW WITH MAREE WACKER, CEO OF DEPAUL TREATMENT CENTERS, ABOUT ADDICTION AND THE SERVICES THEY PROVIDE TO PEOPLE ADDICTED TO DRUGS AND ALCOHOL.
we are third in the nation. For illicit drug dependency that includes marijuana . And and that we are fifth among youth ages twelve to seventeen. We are fourth in the nation. For needing help but
I am and we have some math. And win the youth it's marijuana and heroin both. Believe it or not more and so it's it's pretty crazy stuff. With a heroin epidemic when a lot
An interview with Philip Yassenoff, Program Manager at Cascadia Gambling Treatment Center, and their free services to break a gambling addiction.
somebody who. -- stopping. Alcohol person you want them. Many turned to marijuana or smoke more cigarettes or did something else that can't happen with him and we don't see it too much. You indicated
A discussion with representatives from the Community Transitional School and the Salvation Army about the fantastic work both of those organizations do, and what you can do to help as part of Entercom Portland’s 14th Annual Kidsgiving Charity Event. Special thanks to Aaron’s for their support. www.kidsgiving.com
so that it. Senate consolidating. You know one of the dressing in marijuana -- -- you know we're not. So they actually the hope is an initiative where we try to work together with the
Pregnancy Resource Centers
A discussion with Larry Gadbaugh and Trudy Palo, from Pregnancy Resource Centers of Greater Portland, about their various counseling and education programs concerned with dealing with and preventing unplanned pregnancies. www.portlandprc.org
would sure love her every one that they can make it down marijuana -- make up but didn't support our annual step for life walk up aren't coming up on May nineteenth at pioneer courthouse
Drug Abuse and Suicide Prevention
A discussion with Tom Parker, from Lines For Life, about their efforts in teen drug and alcohol prevention, suicide prevention and help for returning veterans and their families, as well as an the upcoming Taco Bell Charity Classic golf tournament, benefiting Lines For Life. www.linesforlife.org
-- and with those. Can we see that person is using alcohol marijuana and under the age thirteen is five to six times as likely as somebody waits until 171819. Years old. To have mr.
almost forty years we've discovered that those who got involved. In smoking marijuana under the -- every team and a persistent basis. Ended up with a lifetime of loss of eight point to fight Q.
where. Honestly people are grappling with something people have image for example marijuana is just talking about nine -- 11% of the treatment beds in this country taken up by people trying to do to kick the marijuana -- Right in you know the biggest problem we have this with alcohol that'll tell you the second biggest -- we're seeing