Georgia middle and high school students could soon learn during the school day about the dangers of methamphetamine use. The Georgia Meth Project is unveiling a new prevention curriculum Tuesday at a Fayetteville Middle School.
The Georgia Meth Project is stepping up its fight against meth use with edgier ads and a new website the project launched Tuesday at Louise Radloff Middle School in Duluth. The new campaign is designed to get teens to ask more questions about methamphetamines and show young people what using methamphetamines can do to them.
Efforts to combat Georgia’s growing meth problem are showing success. Now, officials are stepping-up a multi-pronged campaign to keep the momentum going. The non-profit has aired TV and radio ads depicting the graphic effects of using meth. And the campaign’s sent officials and volunteers into dozens of schools statewide.
A Georgia non-profit group has been rolling out a multi million dollar ad campaign warning of the dangers of methamphetamine. But The Georgia Meth Project has recently been criticized fire for portraying what some have called a limited view of who is affected by the drug.