Today at Change the Outcome

Back to School for Us

We’ve Been Busy

We spent the summer months creating our new documentary. Now we’re back in the schools showing it to students and conducting our panel discussions. In the first 4 weeks of the 2018-19 school year, 1200 young adults watched the new film and participated in honest conversations about drug use in their communities!

We’ve been in Minnetonka, Bloomington, and Eden Prairie High Schools. In each case we’ve been able to bring law enforcement officers who have worked on Drug Task Forces and/or are skilled at recognizing and reviving people who may have overdosed.

We’re Reaching Out

Our goal is to get this educational initiative in front of as many young adults throughout our state as possible—big communities and small. We’ll be heading out of the Twin Cities area to Western, Southern and Northern Minnesota soon to visit schools outside of the Metro Area. So many wonderful folks have offered their help and are volunteering to take on various aspects of this initiative.

Change the Outcome is a 100% volunteer driven effort! If you’re interested in volunteering in some capacity, please let us know.

Photos provided by Justin Goeman

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