Posts from May, 2014

Heroin Forum : Dart Coalition Forum Registration

"Can We Talk - Are You Listening?" is a Toms River heroin and opiate forum, scheduled to be held at the Pine Belt Arena from 5pm to 9pm on Tuesday, May 27th. The event is being organized by Ocean County Prosecutor Joseph Coronato, and will focus on the heroin epidemic that is sweeping through New Jersey's communities.
New Heroin Forum: Join Ocean County Prosecutor Joseph Coronato as he works to shed light on New Jersey's surging heroin and opiate abuse epidemic. Several speakers will be on-hand to provide education and insights, leaving attendees with the tools they need to help combat what's fast become an alarming trend for Jersey Shore communties...and Richie Sambora will be there.

Heroin Kills More People than Vehicle Accidents

According to on-air statistics, heroin purity here is twice the national average, and addicts are as young as 10 years old. Stats like these prove that heroin and opiate addiction is fast becoming everyone's problem.
Nearly 10% of America's heroin addicts live in the Garden State. Last year, more people died from heroin overdose than from vehicle accidents.

Heroin Epidemic Awareness Hits the Airwaves

Join us at various locations throughout the area to help raise heroin addiction awareness! We're accepting donations with stationary bikes set up at each location. Each mile ridden equals one dollar for local charities benefiting families afflicted by New Jersey's tragic heroin epidemic.
We are proud to provide our support to families and loved ones concerned about those they know who are caught in the grips of the terrible affliction that is heroin and opiate addiction -- and you can help.

Fighting the NJ Heroin Epidemic on the Radio

NJ 107.1 FM is broadcasting for 107 hours to raise awareness of the heroin addiction problem. Want to help? Ride a stationary bike to raise money for recovery. Need help? Sunrise Detox can help. We'll be at the event.
From May 19 to May 23, Sunrise Detox will be assisting 107.1 FM, helping to raise awareness of the heroin problem in New Jersey, and helping to reduce the stigma and help fight the good fight against addiction.

Poll Shows NJ Residents Split on Marijuana Legalization

According to a recent (April 2014) Monmouth University/Asbury Park Press poll, New Jersey residents are split evenly on the question of marijuana legalization; 48% of NJ adults in support and 47% opposed. But there's more information within poll data that suggests a less balanced stance on marijuana legalization when it comes to specific demographics.
According to a recent (2014) Monmouth University/Asbury Park Press poll, New Jersey residents are split evenly on the question of marijuana legalization; 48% of NJ adults in support and 47% opposed. But there's more information within poll data that suggests a less balanced stance on marijuana legalization when it comes to specific demographics.