A group of 4-H members in Ohio created a mock medicine cabinet to raise prescription misuse awareness.
The traveling display was created to resemble an ordinary bathroom sink with a mirrored cabinet above. This attention-grabbing display asks "What's in your medicine cabinet?".
The 4-H members designed the display to serve as an interactive booth. Individuals can open the cabinet to find mock prescription bottles with written opioid facts. Community resources were also made available.
A mock medicine cabinet is a creative way to raise awareness in your community!
Consider constructing this display for science or health fairs, awareness projects, Red Ribbon Week, Drug and Alcohol Facts Week, National Prescription Take-Back Days, and other public events.
Include resources like "Count it, Lock it, Drop it", Naloxone traingins, Tennessee REDLINE info, lockboxes, and support information.
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