On April 10, 2008 we lost a beautiful son, brother and friend Ryan S. DePuy. Ryan was in a battle with an addiction to Prescription medication. Unfortunately for many, this battle goes on for children, teenagers and adults. Ryan's Solution is a group formed to help prevent drug abuse in our community and schools, and help kids and their parents who are struggling with drug and alcohol addictions. Our goals are Community Awareness for environmentally safe disposal of unused prescription medications, awareness of Safety Measures to keep prescription medications safe in our homes and most importantly Educating kids as well as parents of the Dangers and Warnings Signs of prescription drug abuse.
We as a community need to compel our local legislative representatives to enact laws that will protect our community and our children against the epidemic problem of prescription drug abuse in our community. We need your help and the help of this community. Please purchase these wrist bands and help fund Ryan's Solution to make our community a safer place for our children. Wear it proudly to show that you want to eliminate drug use in our schools and our community. A $3.00 minimum donation is appreciated and all donations will go directly to fund The Ryan's Solution Foundation.
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