This is a public service announcement created by the Wood County Teen Institute members regarding prescription drug abuse. It was entered into the Ohio Department of Alcohol and Drug Addiction Services (ODADAS) contest in the fall of 2011. While this video did not win, it did gain a lot of support, and the students learned about public service announcements and leadership.
This is the Parents Who Host Lose The Most cinema advertisement that was shown in the movie cinema at Levis Commons in Perrysburg, Ohio from November 2, 2010 until fall, 2011. The advertisement was created by Screenvision for the Wood County Educational Service Center in Ohio.
The Wood County Educational Service Center in Bowling Green, Ohio created this video to spread awareness about underage drinking. It is illegal in Ohio for parents to hose parties where underage individuals are drinking alcohol. Parents caught hosting these types of parties could be sentenced to jail time; ordered to pay fines; or could be at risk to lose their homes, cars, and even their children.
This video was created by the Wood County Educational Service Center's Alcohol Tobacco and Other Drug (ATOD) program. The video features just a few of the services offered through the program.
Judson Laipply tells a personal story and connects it to the Wood County Educational Service Center's "The New Cool" campaign at North Baltimore High School in the fall of 2010.
Judson Laipply performs the Evolution of Dance at North Baltimore High School in the fall of 2010.
The Wood County Educational Service Center's Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drug (ATOD) Prevention Program introduced The New Cool campaign in all schools in Wood County Ohio in the fall of 2010. The message of the campaign is that "Being drug and alcohol-free is The New Cool."