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Ross County teens say more than just "no" to drugs

With the opioid crisis continuing to be in the headlines one group wants to change the outcome.

With the opioid crisis continuing to be in the headlines one group wants to change the outcome.

And they say it starts and ends with them.

Students in Chillicothe want their voices heard. Hundreds are part of a drug-free club called "Made."

Made stands for "My Attitude Determines Everything."

ABC 6 reporter Maria Durant sat down with some of these inspiring students.

Many have dealt with loved ones who were addicted to drugs and alcohol.

But the students Durant interviewed, don't want to be a part of the drug culture.

They want to break the cycle.

Truly a group of inspirational students.

If you'd like to learn more about "MADE" check out the student facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/MADEchillicothe/


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