The Montana Meth Project is calling all Montana youth to help spread an important message, with a chance to win cash prizes.
Montana Meth Project is a non-profit that works to reduce first time meth-use among Montana teens. The organization’s “Paint the State” event is a large public outreach initiative encouraging Montana teens to share the risks of methamphetamine use with art.
The Montana Meth Project launched the event earlier this year as a much-needed on-the-ground drug prevention initiative. The contest invites Montana residents 13 years of age and older to create monument-sized original public works of art that inspire vibrant drug-free lives incorporating the meth project’s “not even once” message.