Maine students urged to enter Opiate Crisis Media Contest

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PORTLAND, Maine - Thomas E. Delahanty II, United States Attorney for the District of Maine, is pleased to announce the "Youth Voices on the Opiate Crisis Media Contest."

Each day in Maine, on average, one person dies of a drug overdose; in 2015 and 2016, overdose deaths increased by more than 31 percent In these challenging times, United States Attorney's Office for the District of Maine and the Office of the Maine Attorney General are jointly sponsoring the "Youth Voices on the Opiate Crisis Media Contest."

This contest is open to Maine students and is designed to provide a platform to creatively document and reflect on the impact of substance abuse in their lives and communities. The goal of this contest is to build awareness and spark conversation among Maine's youth. Prize money will be awarded to winning entrants.

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