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I began using drugs to mask my emotional state. Needless to say by the time I was 13, I was using drugs and alcohol almost daily. The education systems was no longer a resource for obtaining information, yet a meeting place for my friends and I to create a negative social atmosphere.

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MOBILIZE

Ready to take the “Not Even Once” message to your community? Here are a few ways that you can mobilize to further the mission of Idaho Meth Project.

  • Host a fundraiser — Hold a car wash, bake sale, talent show, silent auction, garage sale, or other event.
  • Start a Not Even Once (NEO) Club — Are you in middle or high school? Talk to your teacher about starting a NEO Club at your campus.
  • Plan a sign waving event — Take to the streets to spread the the “Not Even Once” message by sign waving along a main roadway or on a school campus.
  • Create a “Not Even Once” pledge — Gather your classmates or friends to sign a pledge or banner signifying your stand against Meth.
  • Submit a personal story, artwork, or video to the Share Your Story section — How has Meth affected your life? Your experience can help educate and inspire others.
  • Host or Teach a Meth Prevention Lesson — Help plan a community event or school presentation in your area or connect us with your local health teacher to coordinate a Meth Prevention Lesson for students.
  • Learn more in the ASK section of IdahoMethProject.org and share with others — Utilize this interactive, online resource to learn more about the dangers of Meth and pass that knowledge on to your classmates, friends, and family.
  • Connect with Idaho Meth Project on social media — You can stay connected with Idaho Meth Project on social media and share important facts with friends and family.
  • Promote Idaho Meth Project — Hang posters of our ads at your place of business, school, or local community center. Sponsor ad space in a local publication or on your website. You may also promote the “Not Even Once” message by purchasing and wearing IMP gear from our online store.

Tell Idaho Meth Project about your event!

We would love to hear about your community event and share the news on social media! Please send the following information and any photos to Idaho Meth Project by email at info@idahomethproject.org:
  • Your name and contact information
  • Your event location
  • Your school or organization name and website address (If applicable)
  • A brief description of your event
  • Date and time

Thank you for Mobilizing!

VOLUNTEER

Help combat the scourge of Meth abuse in Idaho.

We rely upon volunteers from across the state to help spread the message of "Not Even Once." There are many ways you can make a difference:

** Currently seeking applications for volunteer speakers to assist with school and community presentations**

  • Community Advocacy - Provide grassroots support and promote community action by representing the Idaho Meth Project at schools, health fairs, career fairs, or other local events where teens and young adults may hear the "Not Even Once" message.
  • Testimonials & Community Presentations - Assist with educational presentations to local schools and community groups. Learn the Idaho Meth Project's "Meth 101" website-based presentation or share your personal story of Meth addiction to educate teens and young adults about the dangers of Meth.
  • Fundraising - Sponsor a fundraising event, encourage your local contacts to contribute, or serve on an Idaho Meth Project fundraising team to develop creative ideas to support the launch and sustainability of the Idaho Meth Project.
  • Administrative - Volunteers are sometimes called upon to assist in our office with mailings, data entry and research projects. High school and college students are encouraged to contact us about potential internship opportunities.
  • Teen Volunteer - Teens age 13-19 assist with community outreach events geared towards their age demographic. Supervised by a staff member or experienced adult volunteer, teen volunteers are given the opportunity to engage with their peers and spread a positive message in their communities, all while having a great time!
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