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Juvenile Probation Department Speech

We had the privilege of speaking at the Juvenile Probation Department last night. It’s truly amazing to speak with such profound human beings. In situations like these, were challenged more than ever, to somehow make an impact on these...

Black Balloon Day

Black Balloon Day – March 6, 2018

What an amazing evening Not One More bringing families and friends together to honor those lost and those still struggling with substance abuse. Today marked National Black Balloon Drug Overdose Awareness Day with 70 family and friends and our...

March 1st, 2018

Today Not One More visited Layola Marymount University and met with the the director of Community Based Learning Center for Services and Action Dr. Lezlee Mathews and Student Alyssa Reece CACC-CESF Fellow on Substance Abuse Awareness Education. We brainstormed...

February 12, 2018

What an amazing night hanging out with our Not One More family, it warms my heart to see us coming together breaking bread and having a good time together. Oh yeah and cake too! Thank you everyone for coming...

School Letters

Two weeks ago Not One More visited San Fernando middle school grades 6-8 . Today we received 122 letters from teacher Dawn Blevins that her 7th grade students wrote . I read every single one of them, I was taken aback...

February 22, 2018

Today Not One More was at Royal High school brown bag lunch speaker series, That this awesome school teacher Brian Dennert puts on he has his students attend to broaden their minds and show their rights to free speech, I have...

Day 3 – February 8th

Not One More team working at Interface juvenile probation department tonight , we spoke to first time juvenile drug and alcohol offenders and their parents, The road to addiction was our theme as we showed “Rewind”. We spoke about...

Day #2 – February 7th

Today Not One More was at Pacific Continuation High School in Ventura. We were a part of the “Road to Addiction” themed exhibition presentations by the senior and Jr class at two assemblies. We were in awe of the...