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October 10, 2019

Tonight Not One More at Ventura County juvenile probation department Substance Abuse diversion class. This is our 16th presentation to the juvenile probation department that we do once a month. When we first started this project over a year...

October 3, 2019

Not One More was invited to a special Meet & Greet organized by the Conejo Valley park district, Conejo Valley unified school district and Ventura County sheriff’s department with many volunteer and community organizations at the Conejo Coalition for...

September 30, 2019

Today’s Not One More’s lecture at Professor Kari Meyers, Moorpark College Behavioral Sciences, Social Problems class. We brought in mother and Not One More speaker Angela Kilgore telling her story of the loss of her son Christian and the...

September 27, 2019

This week Not One More was represented at the annual city of Simi Valley Volunteer Appreciation dinner. We were reminded that volunteers represent over 72,000 hours of time in the city given to help with various groups, causes and...

September 21, 2019

Not One More softball tournament and fundraiser Great day with many people in recovery playing softball for Not One More.

September 12, 2019

Tonight Not One More at Ventura County juvenile probation department, Substance abuse diversion class. This is the 4th class in as many months that we had a full capacity room that’s over 50 kids (ages 14-17) and their parents.If this...

September 9, 2019

Today Not One More had the privilege to speak to the 5th and 6th graders at Big Springs Elementary for the kick off of Red Ribbon Week. The theme for this year’s Red Ribbon Week is “You can be...

August 31, 2019

Tonight Not One More had our International Overdose Awareness Day Candlelight Vigil for those lost to accidental overdose. We spoke the names of those who we have lost. Remembering our angels. Bringing a community together to say we’re not...

August 8, 2019

Tonight Not One More at the Ventura County juvenile probation department Substance use class.  We spoke with a full classroom consisting of 45 families on the topic of SUD’s. Ages were 14-18 years old. I was just thinking about...