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  • Title: FACE - The Prevention Resource Group
    Descriptive info: .. Donate.. View Cart.. My Account.. Help.. Product Lines.. Domino Strategy.. Life at its best.. Rx Drug Abuse.. Spanish Resources.. Print Media.. Banners.. Bookmarks.. Brochures.. Posters.. Print Ads.. Promotional Items.. Air Fresheners.. Magnets.. Stickers & Decals.. Table Tents.. Wallet Cards.. Wristbands.. Publications.. Books.. Reports & Surveys.. Programs.. Alcohol Policy.. Alcohol Sales.. Youth Activities.. Films.. PSAs.. Cinema.. Radio.. Television.. Outdoor Ads.. Who We Are.. About Us.. Mission/Vision.. FAQ.. Contact Us.. What We Do.. Online Catalog.. Speaking Training.. Social Marketing.. Free Downloads.. Other FACE Sites:.. The Domino Strategy.. Life At Its Best.. FACE - The Prevention Resource Group.. Due to a prolonged economic downturn, FACE will be shutting down customer sales July 1st, and closing  ...   and cinema ads) purchased before June 30, 2013.. Pricing and availability are subject to change without notice.. All sales are final and must be prepaid with a credit card.. On behalf of our staff, creative team, trainers and board of directors, I want to thank everyone for the opportunity to assist you in your work.. We wish you all the best in your efforts to reduce alcohol and other drug problems.. Company Info.. Privacy Policy.. Product Index.. Help.. Terms of Use.. FACE 105 West Fourth Street Clare, MI 48617 Phone: 1-888-822-3223 1-989-386-2315 Fax: 1-989-386-3532 face@faceproject.. org www.. faceproject.. org.. Copyright FACE - The Prevention Resource Group.. All Rights Reserved.. Shopping Cart Powered by.. Volusion..

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  • Title: About Us
    Descriptive info: In 1988, FACE was founded as an educational non-profit organization located in Clare, Michigan.. FACE was built on the belief that there was a vital need for truthful, dynamic, public information resources on alcohol issues.. To ensure that commitment, we have never solicited funding from the alcohol beverage industry or the federal government, and we do not advocate prohibition as a solution to alcohol problems.. In 1989, FACE produced and released its first four poster concepts targeted to college-age youth.. This fledgling but determined beginning was made possible by two years of seed funding provided by The Dow Chemical Company.. During the first  ...   was during this timeframe that we became primarily self-supporting through the sale of resources that would fill a much needed void.. By 2008, we had become a highly respected and widely recognized national non-profit organization that offered hundreds of resources on alcohol issues ranging from films and publications to public service announcements and community case studies.. We established a participant network of close to 5,000 groups and organizations nationwide.. Today FACE The Prevention Resource Group has expanded its resources to include other substance abuse issues.. We remain committed to researching and developing new resources to raise awareness on these very important health issues..

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  • Title: Mission/Vision
    Descriptive info: Our.. mission.. is to raise awareness about the impact of substance abuse and provide realistic solutions that promote positive change.. vision.. for the future is simple support healthy and robust communities where everyone can experience life to its full potential.. Where families can attend sporting events without the risk of hearing  ...   can be fully engaged in one of the most exciting times of their lives without guilt, injury or death.. Where businesses reap the rewards of a healthier and more productive workforce.. And where the cultural pastime is not drinking or using other drugs, but simply enjoying the company of family and friends..

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  • Title: Frequently Asked Questions
    Descriptive info: Frequently Asked Questions:.. Who is FACE?.. FACE is a 501 (c) 3 national non-profit organization located in Clare, Michigan.. What is the mission of FACE?.. To raise public awareness on the impact of alcohol and other drug issues and provide realistic solutions that promote positive change.. What does FACE do?.. FACE conducts work in three areas:.. Resource Development:.. We produce cutting edge, research based resources on alcohol and other drug issues.. Speaking and Training:.. We provide speaking and training that will raise awareness and identify actions to reduce alcohol and other drug problems.. Social Marketing Campaigns:.. FACE provides assistance in planning to groups implementing social marketing campaigns locally, regionally and statewide.. How is FACE funded?.. FACE is primarily funded through the sale of our prevention resources.. We also receive funding from private foundations, corporations and individual donors; as well as revenues from training, speaking and the development media campaigns.. FACE does not accept funding from the alcohol beverage industry.. Is FACE Prohibitionist?.. No.. FACE supports the legal, safe, low-risk use of alcohol.. We do not support prohibition as a solution to alcohol problems.. If FACE sells products  ...   us to fill unmet resource needs for the prevention field.. What does FACE stand for?.. When FACE was founded in 1988, it stood for Facing Alcohol Concerns through Education.. Today the organization is starting to expand to other issues in addition to alcohol.. Because FACE is recognized, we kept our name but changed our tagline to The Prevention Resource Group to reflect our expansion.. Where is FACE located?.. FACE is located in Clare, Michigan, a rural community with approximately 3,500 residents located in the central part of the Lower Peninsula.. What does FACE want to accomplish?.. Our vision for the future is simple to promote healthy and robust communities where everyone can experience life to its full potential Where families can attend sporting events without the risk of hearing obscene language and wading through spilled beer - Where college kids can be fully engaged in one of the most exciting times of their lives without guilt, injury or death Where businesses reap the rewards of a healthier and more productive workforce And where the cultural pastime is not drinking, but simply enjoying the company of family and friends..

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  • Title: Contact Us
    Descriptive info: 105 W.. 4th St.. Clare, MI 48617.. Phone:.. 989-386-2315.. Toll Free:.. 888-822-3223.. Fax:.. 989-386-3532.. Email:.. face@faceproject..

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  • Title: Speaking & Training
    Descriptive info: Training.. FACE training is focused and designed to help you translate research into community action that will promote positive change.. Action steps are reinforced with specific case-study examples.. One-day trainings focus on realistic community assessment, framing issues, developing collaborations and a specific action plan.. Tools and tactics for effective communication will be covered along with a variety of specific examples.. Whether working with youth or adults, we will tailor your training to meet your group s specific needs.. Our trainers are made up of professionals that have unique skills and expertise in their training area.. FACE training consistently receives high marks for content, clarity, efficiency, focus and motivation.. For more information, call us at.. 1-888-822-3223.. Penny Norton.. Advocate and National Speaker.. Speaking.. If you are looking for a keynote speaker on alcohol-related issues  ...   you would like more information on how to engage your audience in a unique and powerful way, contact us at.. If you are interested in an alcohol-related topic that is not listed, feel free to contact us to see if we can fit your needs.. Penny Norton is the founder and CEO of FACE.. For the past 26 years, she has challenged and inspired audiences across the country with her candor.. and conviction.. She has served as a tireless advocate who supports changes in policies, practices and conditions that contribute to alcohol problems and is able to identify realistic ways to make change happen.. Penny is a nationally.. recognized speaker on alcohol policy and related topics.. She is the recipient of the Dr.. John D.. Slade Memorial Award for Advocacy on Alcohol Issues..

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  • Title: Social Marketing
    Descriptive info: If you are trying to create change in your community on substance abuse issues, you know firsthand how difficult it can be.. Since the 1970 s, social marketing has been a strategic tool for the prevention field, even though it is often underestimated or misunderstood.. The goal of social marketing is to influence behavior in order to improve health or benefit society.. It s more than just hanging posters or handing out pamphlets.. It entails establishing partnerships, creating leverage, embedding messages and advancing policy to increase understanding.. It combines research and evidence-based practices with powerful communication principles (product, price, place and promotion) to help people answer the question,.. Why  ...   aim is to get below the surface, to interrupt behavior, to engage in a new way and to facilitate change.. Social Marketing Is:.. Social Marketing Is Not:.. A social or behavior change strategy.. Most effective when it motivates people.. Targeted to those who have.. a reason to care and who.. are ready for change.. Strategic, and requires efficient use of resources.. Just Advertising.. A clever slogan or message.. Reaching everyone through a media blitz.. An image campaign.. A quick process.. Source: Turning Point.. www.. turningpointprogram.. If you have questions related to your social marketing efforts or would like to find out how we can help, contact us at 1-888-822-3223..

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  • Title: Free Downloads
    Descriptive info: Whether you are looking for surveys to help you grasp the enormity of the alcohol issue in your area or for sample policies related to reducing underage drinking, you can find an array of free, downloadable tools and resources here.. Community Action Kits.. These FREE informational downloads are designed to help you take action on specific alcohol-related issues.. The kits include sample press releases, letters, surveys, research, ideas and facts!.. Download any of our FREE Print Ad Kits focused on reducing youth access to alcohol.. These free print ads address youth access to alcohol, as well  ...   brochures, programs, newsletters and newspapers.. Screensavers.. Dress up your desktop with our free screensavers.. Stories of Change.. Stories of Change are designed to motivate, educate and help groups take action.. Surveys Reports.. Research and information gathering are essential components of any good communication strategy.. We have compiled a list of the most helpful surveys and reports on alcohol issues that we could find, and made them available to you in one convenient location.. Be sure to check back often as we will be adding new.. content regularly.. Wallpapers.. Free wallpapers for your desktop ready to download..

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  • Title: Community Action Kits
    Descriptive info: Community Action Kits are designed to help you reach your goal of creating sustainable community change.. Whether you want to decrease the number of alcohol billboards in your community or mandate keg registration, these free, downloadable kits will help.. Kits include sample press releases, letters, surveys, research, facts and ideas.. Alcohol Advertising.. Sample Proposed Ordinance.. Sample Billboard Survey Form.. Sample Letter to the Editor.. Sample News Release.. Sample Op-Ed.. Download Entire Kit..  ...   Sample Keg Tag ID Number Log/Tracking Form.. Sample Letter to Your State Representative.. Sample Local Ordinance.. Sample of a Resolution.. Enforcing Minimum Drinking Age.. Sample Newsletter Article for Police Officers.. Sample Op-Ed Column.. Outlet Density.. Sample Alcohol Outlet Survey.. Responsible Alcohol Sales.. Sample Ordinance on Server Training.. Sample Letter to Licensee/Business Owners.. Alcohol at Community Events.. Sample Letter to Sponsoring Organizations.. Social Host Laws.. Sample Letter to the Editor from Law Enforcement..

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  • Title: Print Ads
    Descriptive info: These three print ads address youth access to alcohol, as well as action steps for reducing underage drinking.. These can be submitted for use in any type of printed material, including brochures, programs, newsletters and newspapers.. For Community Groups.. 3 important things to help keep alcohol out of the hands of kids:.. Set policies about when, where and how to serve and sell alcohol at.. community festivals and fund raisers.. Provide Responsible Alcohol Sales (RAS) training for all servers of.. alcohol at special events in your community.. Throughout the year, make it a priority to  ...   sales whenever you are in doubt.. It is your legal right.. Always ask for ID from anyone who looks under 30 years old.. There is.. no need to guess the customer's age.. Always follow your establishment's written policy for alcohol sales and.. service.. It is designed to protect you, your employer and the community.. For Parents.. Refuse to purchase alcohol for people under 21.. Refuse to provide alcohol or allow individuals under 21 to drink alcohol.. in your home or on your property.. Clearly communicate your rules and consequences regarding underage.. alcohol use.. Stick to them..

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  • Title: Screensavers
    Descriptive info: Strings.. Content on this page requires a newer version of Adobe Flash Player.. Windows Only.. Do You Count?.. Windows.. 1280 x 1024.. 1152 x 864.. 1024 x 768.. 800 x 600.. MAC OSX.. 1920 x 1200.. 1680 x 1050.. 1280 x 800.. How Big Is It?.. Know What's Inside..

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