Wyoming High School and Wyoming Alcohol Task Force hosting events on the dangers of the binge-drinking and co-ingesting
On Wednesday, March 13, Julie Buckner from the Josh E. Levine Foundation will speak to Wyoming High School students about the foundation’s efforts to change the culture of binge drinking among young people, particularly at the high school and college levels, and the dangers of co-ingesting alcohol and stimulants. Wyoming High School and the Wyoming Alcohol Task Force will be hosting a program at 7 p.m. Tuesday, March 12, in Wyoming Middle School’s Fay Auditorium for all Wyoming High School parents and guardians who would like to learn more about the Foundation and the next day’s assembly.
The Josh E. Levine Foundation partners with peer-to-peer support networks recognizing the connection between binge drinking and mental health. Josh’s mother, Julie, has garnered national media attention and brought her “It’s Fun Until…” presentation to high schools, colleges and other organizations in Ohio, Michigan, Kentucky and Florida. More information about the Josh E. Levine Foundation can be found at http://www.joshelevinefoundation.org/.
From a Cincinnati-area high school student: "Thank you so much for taking time to speak to us and share the story of your son. The way you take your story and use it to change teenage lives is beyond incredible. I love the tagline that you use and will definitely carry the message behind it with me as I go on to college and move on into adulthood."