HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - Every school year, teens apply to join the Hawaii Meth Project's Teen Advisory Council (TAC) so they can make a difference in their communities. This year's TAC was recently selected and is comprised of 21 high school students from across the state. Macey Seguancia, TAC member, and Colby Takeda, Project Manager of the Hawaii Meth Project talk about some of the benefits of joining the effort. Seguancia shared her story dealing with meth and the importance of peer-to-peer outreach and what she has planned in her school and community to raise awareness about the dangers and risks of Meth. For more information, check out Hawaii Meth Project's website or connect with them on Facebook.