An article from the Denver Post reports that “Drug overdoses, suicide deaths and homicides all contributed to the decade-long rise in the mortality rate among Colorado teenagers.” Read the article here: https://www.denverpost.com/2022/09/30/colorado-teen-death-rate-overdose-suicide-homicide/ …
A Colorado Springs Gazette article highlighted One Chance’s new education campaign and the awareness it brings to the State of Colorado’s warning on marijuana concentrates. Read the article here: https://gazette.com/colorado_politics/colorado-campaign-highlights-warnings-for-marijuana-concentrate-use/article_fb34d359-8e49-52c0-80b8-b12a88036c8f.html And view the education campaign here: https://onechancetogrowup.org/get-the-facts/ …
One Chance to Grow Up’s new education campaign was recently featured in an article from Colorado Politics. Read the article here: https://www.coloradopolitics.com/quick-hits/colorado-campaign-highlights-warnings-for-marijuana-concentrate-use/article_faae4324-32c8-11ed-952a-eb95d41f8d8d.html And view the education campaign here: https://onechancetogrowup.org/get-the-facts/ …
One Chance to Grow Up’s new education campaign about the State of Colorado’s marijuana concentrates warning was featured in a piece by Denver 7 ABC news’ 360 In-Depth reports. Watch the piece here: https://www.denver7.com/news/360/denver-nonprofit-creates-campaign-to-warn-students-parents-about-dangers-of-high-potency-thc …
Nonprofit launches ad campaign about State of Colorado marijuana concentrate warning Goal is to expand awareness of THC risks noted by Marijuana Enforcement Division resource An official State of Colorado warning about marijuana concentrates offers essential information for parents but many aren’t aware of the resource, …
23 State Attorneys General wrote a letter to Congress highlighting their concerns about copycat THC edible products made to look like popular candies or snack foods that can easily be confused by kids for the real thing. The AGs urge Congress to enact legislation allowing trademark …
Contact: Rachel O’Bryan, One Chance to Grow UpRachel@onechancetogrowup.org, 303-809-1081 Note: Rachel O’Bryan is available for interviews on this analysis of new state data released today. DENVER — For the first time since Colorado legalized recreational marijuana in 2012 middle school students were surveyed on methods of …
There was one upside to the pandemic’s disruption of public life — no “420” festival for two years. That’s the annual, open-air pot party in downtown Denver’s Civic Center Park, where thousands of revelers converge, brazenly light up — yes, it’s still illegal in public — …

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