You Think You Know
"You Think You Know," is a new state wide campaign that aims to educate and prevent deaths from counterfeit prescription drugs.
The five regional behavioral health action organizations (RBHAOs) in the state, including The Hub, as well as other local prevention groups and state agencies, have created You Think You Know. This is a new public awareness campaign targeting teens, young adults and caregivers to educate them about the dangers of counterfeit prescription drugs.
Counterfeit prescription pills are produced to look almost identical to the real thing. Often, you can’t tell the difference without lab tests. That is where the campaign name came from; You Think You Know what you’re taking, but unless it comes from a retail pharmacy, you can’t be sure it’s safe.
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Campaign website: https://www.youthinkyouknowct.org