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ELLSWORTH – The drug battle in Hancock County is shifting to elementary schools. An old ally in the drug war is being enlisted to teach kids the dangers of drugs. The official name is Drug Abuse Resistance Education. It’s known as the D.A.R.E. program. It’s more...
The city’s police chief said even students as young as those in elementary school are not immune to problems created by drug addiction. AUGUSTA — A $125,000 federal grant awarded to the Augusta Police Department will be used to help create a new police officer...
Sen. Scott Cyrway, R-Benton (ME), was presented with the 2016 Daryl Gates Lifetime Achievement Award at the International D.A.R.E. Training Conference in Atlanta, Georgia, July 19. The award is given annually to a D.A.R.E. officer “who has distinguished themselves...
Regional School Unit 13 Superintendent John McDonald. Rockland Police Chief Bruce Boucher, Knox County Sheriff Donna Dennison, and veteran retired educator Tom Mellor will be on the committee looking at dealing with the substance abuse problem in the Rockland area....
The toolkit of digital resources to help promote the upcoming National Prescription Drug Take Back Day is now live. It contains a variety of materials – posters, pamphlets, ads, billboards, and social media art that is pre-sized for Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. Help promote the upcoming National Prescription Drug Take Back Day. The more organizations that share this awareness through their own channels (social media, e-mail, etc), the more attention and participation that RX Take Back Day gets.
State D.A.R.E. Contacts
State D.A.R.E. Coordinator
Scott W. Cyrway
Cellphone: (207) 485-1308
Home Phone: (207) 453-7787