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Reduce Risk of Accidental Poisoning

Over 2 million accidental poisonings are reported annually in the United States. According to the American Association of Poison Control Centers, 93 percent of poisonings happen at home, and 45 percent involve children under the age of 6. The majority of fatal poisonings occur among adults. Poisons are substances that, in a high enough quantity,

Fentanyl Town Hall Meeting

WHEN: Wednesday, February 22nd from 6:00 – 8:00 pm WHERE: Northern Guilford High School Auditorium at 7101 Spencer Dixon Road TOPIC: Fentanyl Town Hall to Discuss The Growing Danger of Fentanyl in the Guilford County Community INTENDED AUDIENCE: Parents, Middle and High School Students

Build Your Heart Health

Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the USA and February is American heart health month. The term cardiovascular disease or CVD is the blanket term used to describe diseases of the heart and blood vessels. The most common type of heart disease in the United States is coronary artery disease or CAD.

Got Meds Disposal Drive 9-20-22

ADS and its community partners are sponsoring another great Got Meds Disposal drive in Guilford County. There is more information available below at the provided links or in the large picture shown below.   The date of the Got Meds event is Tuesday September 20, 2022. Location is at Trotter Active Adult Center