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“One Pill Can Kill” Recognized on National and International Stage 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE  Monday, December 11, 2023 CONTACT: Joe Boczek (304) 288-5924 or Shelly Poe (334) 707-4910 or Bill Hogan (304) 546-2583 “One Pill Can Kill” Recognized on National and International Stage GameChanger-Produced Film Earns Best Documentary Designation in United States and France Fairmont, WV—The GameChanger-produced film One Pill Can Kill has captured several awards in the Best Short Documentary Category at film festivals in the United States and Franc Continue Reading »

BMH Foundation Supports GameChanger

The BMH Foundation for Community Health presented a $114,000 check to the GameChanger Program at Ramage Elementary School on October 26, 2023. Founded in 2018, GameChanger is a student-powered substance misuse prevention movement designed to educate, support, and empower young West Virginians to live healthy, drug free lifestyles while preparing to be our leaders of tomorrow. GameChanger connects students, educators, and communities across the nation with an aim toward providing the education, Continue Reading »

Record Number Attend Third Annual GameChanger Prevention Education Golf Classic 

A record number of supporters attended the gala dinner and reception and the golf tournament scramble at the third annual GameChanger prevention education classic held May 24 and 25 at the world-famous Greenbrier Resort in White Sulphur Springs, W.Va. More than 500 GameChanger allies attended both the reception and dinner on the evening of May 24, while 54 golf threesomes paid to support prevention education in West Virginia schools on May 25, as 42 teams took ... Continue Reading »

Fairmont State University hosts One Pill Can Kill showing for Marion County Students

Over 2,000 students from North Marion, East Fairmont and Fairmont Senior gathered at The Fester Center at Fairmont State University this morning to watch the GameChanger Produced Film One Pill Can Kill. West Virginia Governor and GameChanger Head Coach Jim Justice spent nearly 20 minutes talking to the students about the dangers of fentanyl and buying pills over the internet. The Governor, who brought along student favorite Baby Dog, also talked to ... Continue Reading »

Governor Justice-Meg Bulger Introduce GameChanger “One Pill Can Kill” Program 

Prevention Education Program Launched at “Battle for the Springhouse” B-Ball Breakfast

GameChanger Head Coach Governor Jim Justice and Education and Community Relations Liaison, Meg Bulger, presented the GameChanger “One Pill Can Kill” Program (OPCK) at the “Battle for the Springhouse” basketball breakfast on that was held Friday, February 3rd at the Greenbrier Resort. The GameChanger OPCK Program is targeted to all West V Continue Reading »

Gov. Justice visits GameChanger Prevention Education Program pilot school to check-in on progress

MARTINSBURG, WV– Gov. Jim Justice visited Spring Mills Middle School in Martinsburg today to check-in with sixth grade students on the progress of the GameChanger Prevention Education Program. Spring Mills Middle School is one of 12 pilot schools for the 2022-2023 school year to participate in the GameChanger Prevention Education Program. Gov. Justice serves as head coach of the program. “It is truly amazing just how impactful the GameChanger curriculum has ... Continue Reading »

Drugs: Costs and Consequences Exhibit Opens at West Virginia Culture Center

On September 7, 2022, a ribbon cutting at West Virginia Culture Center opened the traveling exhibit Drugs: Costs and Consequences. This impressive exhibit – a cooperative effort between GameChanger, the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), and its educational foundation – is now open to the public through January 15,2023.

Drugs: Costs and Consequences Virtual Tour

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