The Southern Oregon Meth Project focuses on educating individuals age 11 to 18 in Southern Oregon about meth, the dangers of its use and its devastating impact on individuals, families and the community. NBC 5 will visit several Southern Oregon schools to assist in this effort.
The Southern Oregon Meth Project uses reality-based television, radio and print ads to bring awareness to Southern Oregon communities about the dangers of meth. The Southern Oregon Meth Project website offers meth facts, news and helpful local and national resources for those who are addicted.
The Southern Oregon Meth Project shares meth stories through special reports and quarterly half-hour specials, aired on KOBI TV NBC 5 and KOTI NBC 2. These stories let the community know about the meth problem in Southern Oregon and what’s being done to stop it.