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Get Involved

Together we can continue to build
healthy families and healthy futures.

Make an Individual Donation

Your generous support enables us to help families live healthy, drug-free lives, address new threats facing America's young people, help friends and family members find assistance for loved ones with drug or alcohol problems and conduct essential research to ensure that our programs make a difference. Donate Today >

Make a donation in memory of a friend, relative or loved one, and send your condolences to the surviving family with a Partnership e-card. Make a Memorial Donation >

Honor a living friend, relative or colleague, and applaud their success with a Partnership e-card. Make a Tribute Donation >

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Spread the Word

Help raise awareness by emailing this page to your friends and family and posting it to your favorite social network.


Help Us Help More Families

As a Donor: Help us raise $1 million to expand our parent helpline service.
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Bring our Community Education Programs to Your Community

Our community education programs consist of multimedia presentations delivered by local professionals from the prevention, treatment and law enforcement fields. Programs generally last less than 1 hour and are developed to educate the public about drug prevention and early intervention. Programs are available for parents, teens, Latino audiences, as well as drug-specific education, such as methamphetamine abuse and the abuse of prescription drugs.
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Visit our Online Communities and Join the Conversation

  • Intervene

    Interact with parents of teens and young adults who have dealt with substance abuse problems in their families and communities.

  • The Parent Toolkit

    Inside The Parent Toolkit you'll find practical advice for guiding your child toward a healthy life at every age. Parenting and health experts as well as real parents share the latest tips and tools for raising drug-free kids.

    The Parent Toolkit
  • The Hope Share

    85 million people in the U.S. have been affected by addiction - those with the disease of addiction as well as their family, friends and loved ones. Imagine if everyone came forward to share a story of recovery or message of support. Together, we can dispel the stigma. We can give hope to the hopeless. Share your story and you can change someone else's.

    The Hope Share

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