Community Anti-drug Coalition Development Program Grants

Subject: Substance Abuse, Youth Drug Use, Health, Child/Youth Welfare, Community Development, Safety | Deadline: Dec. 29, 2017 . . .

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Queer Youth Must Get Sexual Health Care While Incarcerated

As “bathroom bills,” military transgender bans and elimination of protections for LGBTQ federal employees demonstrate, we are a long way from a society in which coming out is a realistic option for all. The truth of this likely hits youth the hardest, who still risk family rejection, bullying, even homelessness for coming out as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or queer.

Reducing Youth Obesity, Opioid Abuse Care/Prevention, and Youth Mental Health Improvement Program Grants

Subject: Community Development, Health, Child/Youth Welfare, Substance Abuse, Drugs, Childhood Obesity | Deadline: July 31, 2017 . . .

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Naloxone in Georgia

Naloxone, a medicine used to stop the effects of an opioid overdose, can be easily applied via a squirt through the nose or a shot in the arm. Because of the Georgia 911 Medical Amnesty Law, both civilians and first-responding law enforcement can administer Naloxone themselves or seek help without fear of punishment in a situation where seconds can count.