Wyoming Meth Project
CASPER -- Mike Burnett remembers the exact day he realized that Casper needed to do something different to curb meth use in the area.
CASPER, Wyo. — The Wyoming Meth Project unveiled a new, interactive website and advertising campaign Tuesday that organizers hope will discourage more young people from using the dangerous stimulant.
Natrona County High School student Devin Williams demonstrates the new interactive website aimed at reducing teen meth use during a press conference at Kelly Walsh High School on Tuesday morning in Casper. The site, methproject.org, features interactive videos, factoids, animations and photo…
Nathan Bekke, chairman of the Wyoming Meth Project and publisher of the Casper Star-Tribune, addresses a gathering of students, teachers and members of the media during a news conference discussing the results of the 2011 Wyoming Meth Use and Attitudes Survey on Monday at Kelly Walsh High School.
Kelly Walsh High School junior Shawn Womack, center, talks about a Wyoming Meth Project public service ad during a media conference Monday discussing the results of the 2011 Wyoming Meth Use and Attitudes Survey.
CASPER, Wyo. — Wyoming high school students are becoming more aware of the risks and dangers of methamphetamine use, according to a survey conducted earlier this year of the state’s students.
CASPER — Teenagers in Wyoming are more aware of dangers associated with using methamphetamine than they were two years ago, according to survey results released by the Wyoming Meth Project on Friday.
The Wyoming Meth Project released its findings after a random survey was sent to 22 schools asking more than 2,000 students how they feel about methamphetamine. More than 70 percent of the students surveyed that they have seen anti-meth advertisements at least once in the last month.
CASPER — The Wyoming Meth Project unveiled on Monday its newest set of advertisements aimed at steering youth away from one of the state’s most popular and dangerous drugs.
CASPER, Wyo. — The Wyoming Meth Project's latest public service campaign will use television ads made by the director of "Requiem for a Dream," ''Pi" and "The Wrestler."
CHEYENNE - The federal government is joining with the Wyoming Meth Project in a media campaign to encourage people to avoid the drug.