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Researchers Studied Chattanooga's On Point Program. Here's What They Found Out.
WUTC's Michael Edward Miller speaks with On Point Executive Director Amy Pearson about Life On Point, a program intended to help teens make healthy choices in regards to drugs, alcohol, violence and other potential problems. The Journal of Adolescent and Family Health recently published a scientific study about the program. In this interview, Pearson shares what researchers learned.