Don’t Stall, Just Call is an alcohol poisoning education program for university, college & high school students and their families. Their mission is to educate all students and communities on the best way to prevent senseless alcohol related deaths: recognizing the signs of dangerous intoxication and calling for help.
DON'T STALL, JUST CALL: MARY CIAMMETTI SHARES HER STORY AND LIFE-SAVING ADVICE.
Mary Ciammetti, whose 20-year-old son died from alcohol poisoning in 2015, recently spoke to students at Chestnut Hill College about the tragic consequences of binge drinking as part of her education initiative, “Don’t Stall, Just Call.” The event, held at the College on Jan. 23, featured a speech and presentation by Ciammetti, the founder of the nonprofit CTC Wellness Foundation and creator of “Don’t Stall, Just Call.” Ciammetti established “Don’t Stall, Just Call” after her youngest son, Christian, a junior landscape architecture major at Temple University, died from alcohol poisoning in 2015 at the age of 20. The goal of the program is to educate young people on the dangers of binge drinking, the warning signs of alcohol poisoning and the steps one can take to quickly help someone affected by it. READ MORE
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