The Georgia Meth Project aims to combat methamphetamine to the teen and young adult population through their large-scale, research based and hard-hitting public service messaging . Founded in 2005 through the innovative philanthropic efforts of the Thomas and Stacey Siebel Foundation, the Meth Project has been named one of the most effective philanthropy initiatives in the world by Barron’s. We welcome Georgia Meth Project’s Executive Director Jim Langford and Project Manager Latrina Patrick onto the program to speak about the role of the organization in combating the epidemic of meth abuse in Georgia.
We will speak about the organization’s provocative advertising initiatives, their community outreach programs, and work around public policy all of which are aimed to ensure that teens and young adults are informed about the real dangers associated with methamphetamine. Learn how you can become involved in an organization that is working to fight a social plight costing Georgia tax-payers more than $1.3 billion annually.