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Erica Techo

“Navigating Teen Culture” included a keynote speaker from the President’s Opioid Council and breakout sessions on drug use, social media and legal implications of drug use. more

People

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Emily Featherston

The event will be held at Samford University's College of Health Sciences. more

Schools

Representatives from the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention addressed the group, discussing teen depression, suicide risk factors and opening a dialogue. more

People

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Emily Featherston

Stakeholders from across the community gathered to discuss the future of Help the Hills. more

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Emily Featherston

The meeting will launch a reinvigorated effort to prevent drug and alcohol abuse in the city. more

News

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Erica Techo

Lt. Mike Reese spoke as part of "Operation Save Teens" at Vestavia Hills United Methodist Church. more

Schools

Help the Hills

Photos by Katie Turpen.

Help the Hills presented “Marijuana: Hashing Out Fact From Fiction” with Dr. Shannon Murphy on Tuesday, Aug. 18. Topics included use among teens, recreations verses medical use and the physiological impact of marijuana use. more

People

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Photo by Katie Turpen.

On Tuesday, Aug. 18, Help the Hills presented "Marijuana: Hashing Out Fact From Fiction" with Dr. Shannon Murphy. The program for parents took place at Vestavia Hills United Methodist Church. more

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On Tuesday, Aug. 18 at VHUMC, join Help the Hills and Dr. Shannon Murphy for "Marijuana: Hashing Out Fact From Fiction," a program for parents and teens. more

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Photo by Katie Turpen.

On Tuesday, April 7, NBA medical director and Vestavia Hills resident Dr. Stephen Taylor addressed a crowd of parents and teens on the dangers of binge drinking and how to identify signs of addiction in young people. more

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KultureCity

Photo by Karim Shamsi-Basha.

See who our readers voted as the top two community causes this year. more

People

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June 2018