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What is Operation Prom?

Operation Prom is a campaign developed by the Carter County Substance Abuse Prevention Committee (CCSAPC) to remind Carter County students that prom is a night to remember, so don't forget that you don't have to get drunk or high to have fun. The CCSAPC partners with local schools and law enforcement each year to provide a multifaceted approach to making prom season safer for our community. Since the pilot year, Operation Prom has expanded to surrounding counties as well. 

What is Operation Graduation?

Operation Graduation is a campaign similar to Operation Prom that the CCSAPC developed to remind Carter County students that graduation is the beginning of the next chapter of their lives. They should choose today to live tomorrow by choosing drug-free. Through these efforts, we partner with local schools and law enforcement each year to provide a multifaceted approach to making graduation celebrations safer for our community. 

What we can do for your school

Operation Prom includes multiple mediums for information dissemination. We are able to create and provide print materials such as flyers, posters, and prom tickets. Since schools already have limited time to commit to extra efforts, we have created a social media toolkit complete with images and taglines ready for copying & pasting, as well as prewritten talking points and PSA scripts. In an effort to make efforts as easy as possible, we have created a Google drive with everything you need in one place. If your school agrees to participate in Operation Prom, we will work with you to develop a personalized campaign so that we can fit your needs. In addition to the information disseminated by the schools, we create accompanying content such as local/online radio campaigns, impairment training for prom chaperones/school staff, and video challenges for students to participate in. 

Operation Prom 2021 Video submitted by Wilson High School Leadership Class
Students, ask yourself these questions

Have you ever experimented with drugs because of peer pressure or for social acceptance?

Have you ever shared your prescriptions or taken someone else’s prescription to get high? Did you know this is illegal and can be deadly?

Do you understand the risks of trying drugs, even “just one time”?

It only takes one time trying things like cigarettes, Adderall, pain killers or narcotics (opioids), meth, alcohol, or marijuana to be hooked. Alcohol and drug use alter your body in ways you can not see.


Read below to see the short term risks associated with using each substance


  • Slowed motor function

  • Alcohol Poison

  • Injuries from falling or a car crash

  • Risky sexual behaviors or sexual assault

  • Loss of memory

  • Sadness

  • Euphoria​

Opioids (pain killers or narcotics ) 

  • Slowed body functions like breathing

  • Respiratory distress

  • Drowsiness

  • Nausea

  • Constipation

  • Overdose


  • Slowed reaction time

  • Problems with Coordination

  • Impaired memory, learning ability, concentration, etc.

  • Paranoid behavior or hallucinations

  • Anxiety


  • Impaired judgment

  • Anxiety

  • False sense of affection

  • Paranoia

  • Faintness

  • Blurred Vision


  • Impaired judgment

  • Nausea and Vomiting

  • Headache

  • Confusion

  • Dizziness

  • Drowsiness

  • Slurred Speech

  • Agitation

  • Lack of Coordination


  • Nicotine dependence

  • Mood Disorders

  • Harms to brain development

  • Shortness of Breath

  • Coughing

  • Popcorn Lung


  • Nicotine Dependence

  • Harms to brain development

  • Bad Breath

  • Shortness of Breath

  • Coughing

  • Decrease in senses like taste and smell


  • Extreme High

  • Loss of appetite

  • Intense low or crash as leaves your system

  • Overdose

Methamphetamine or Amphetamine 

Just because things like Adderall are prescribed by a doctor, it doesn’t mean they are safe! There are risks associated with prescription Amphetamines/Methamphetamines (Adderall, Ritalin, Concerta, Vyvanse) and illicit Meth:

  • Anxiety

  • Irregular Heartbeat

  • Hyperthermia

  • Dangerous High

  • Increased breathing

  • Overdose

Do you think you have a problem with substance misuse?

Seek help today by talking to a parent, teacher, or a trusted adult.


You are not alone and there is no shame in reaching out to others for help!! Do not let your problems with substance misuse define you! There are options available to you!

Call the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administrations' treatment hotline, 1-800-662-HELP (4357), or click below to find a treatment center near you.


Do you or someone you know take opioids (painkillers/narcotics)?





The places you can get a free kit from in Carter County are Lighthouse Behavioral Wellness Centers and Southern Oklahoma Treatment Services (SOTS).



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