Three professors and 23 Cedarville University pharmacy students will be recognized for their involvement in Gov. John Kasich’s “Start Talking!” drug-free initiative Tuesday, Sept. 13, at the Governor’s Residence and Heritage Garden in Columbus.
The initiative was created by Kasich and first lady Karen Kasich in an effort to prevent drug abuse. The Governor’s Office of Faith Based Community Initiatives collaborated with Cedarville’s School of Pharmacy to create and develop a scriptural drug abuse program on the dangers of substance abuse that can be an educational resource to churches throughout Ohio. The program developed will be used in presentations, brochures and other literature.
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Weinstein, Mark D., ""Start Talking!" Initiative Brings Kasich, Pharmacy Students Together on Campaign to End Drug Abuse" (2006). News Releases. 315.