The Georgia Meth Project will conduct a volunteer training session at the Columbus Public Library on Macon Road Tuesday at noon.
Executive Director Jim Langford and Program Manager Latrina Patrick will provide Georgia families, law enforcement officers and individuals who have had a personal experience with methamphetamine with information and resources they can use to take action to prevent meth in their communities.
The Georgia Meth Project is a non-profit organization that implements a range of advertising and community action programs to reduce methamphetamine use in the state. Crucial to its outreach efforts are local volunteers who help with education programs.
People who come to the session will learn about programs and activities that can be carried out in their areas, such as hosting an information booth or coordinating a drive to raise funds.
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People interested in volunteering and enrolling in the session should call 770-937-3091 or email email@example.com.