Georgia Team Empowerment
GATE’s vision is for healthy API and Latino communities of Georgia without tobacco, alcohol, drug, and other substance abuses.
National Drugs and Alcohol Facts Week is just around the corner! Let's #ShatterTheMyths! This opportunity allows teens to demystify the myths around drugs and drug use by linking students with scientists and other experts to counteract the myths about drugs and alcohol that teens get from the intern[...]
Four hazing and drinking-related deaths have been brought to light this year, not including those that are not directly related to fraternities and sororities. These constant cases bring the value of Greek life into question. A journalism professor at Franklin College in Indiana, Hank Nuwer, has [...]
#FlashbackFridays Yesterday Center for Pan Asian Community Services hosted Coffee with a Cop with Chamblee Police Department. Coffee with a Cop is a national event that brings together community members and police officers to discuss issues, ask questions and learn more about each other. GATE was[...]
Have you seen the Good Samaritan PSA? The Good Samaritan PSA was created by #DBHDD and was produced to increase awareness of GA’s Medical Amnesty Law. Drug overdose is a nationwide epidemic that claims over 47,000 American lives every year. In particular, Georgia experiences overdose deaths that ha[...]
We had such a huge success with this year's #RedRibbonWeek! This year's theme was "Your Future is Key, So Stay Drug Free." The theme pushed for youth empowerment and to take the drug-free pledge in order to create drug-free communities and to focus on their future goals. This year, GATE invited M[...]