Keller ISD Student Athletes are pictured with Bryce Nieman (left), Web Communications Coordinator, and Cynthia Velazquez (right), Stay on Track Program Director

Stay on Track Coalition Billboard

Stay on Track positively impacts Northeast Tarrant County

 

Stay on Track's mission is to increase awareness in Keller and its surrounding communities about the risks of substance use and engage residents in education that provides youth with the knowledge, confidence, skills, and environmental support needed to live a healthy, substance-free life. Stay on Track's campaigns and accomplishments have been featured by several local news outlets including WFAA Channel 8 News, KVGI’s “Texas Talk Live with Lezlee,” La Estrella, and the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. Additionally, Stay on Track produces and places billboards, PSAs, and other prevention-focused media throughout the community.

 

In partnership with Keller ISD, Stay on Track features local athletes in its social norming campaign as often as possible. This empowers students to take the lead in making their schools and community safer and healthier. Working with local organizations, Stay on Track has placed two drug collection units for unused medication at the Hurst Police Station and Cook Children’s Medical Center. Stay on Track has also works with local police departments and the Drug Enforcement Agency to coordinate community-wide Drug Take Back events that enable  residents to properly dispose of unused and outdated prescription medications.

 

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