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July 31, 2013 at 4:48 pm (UTC 0)
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Ramona was so welcoming when I was new to the field. She has and continues to be a wealth of knowledge and support in how communities can unite and come together to prevent youth substance abuse and violence. Often times it’s easy to get caught up in looking at % change numbers and outcomes, but in reality those numbers are people. Families and neighbors whose lives are healthier because of substance abuse prevention and community organizing. Thank you Ramona for all you’ve done to help the field, the State, and this new prevention professional.
All my best to you!
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