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Raise funds to help families – while having fun! Consider hosting events such as walks, runs, bicycle rides, silent auctions musical performances or even car washes. We can get you started.

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2004- Generation Rx arrived: Prescription drug abuse among teens increased at an alarming rate: 1 in 5 teens reported misusing an Rx medication to get high. We responded with a national prescription drug and over-the-counter medicine abuse educational campaign.

Prescription medicines are now the most commonly abused drugs among 12 to 13 year olds. The Partnership’s Medicine Abuse Project is a five-year action campaign that aims to prevent half a million teens from abusing medicine by the year 2017.

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out of reach

“Out of Reach” is a special documentary created by a teen filmmaker who captures the issue of teen prescription drug abuse as it exists in his world. Use the film and an accompanying toolkit to educate your community about teen medicine abuse.

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PACT360 is a series of research-based, multimedia community education programs designed to educate parents and teens about the dangers of drugs and alcohol in today’s ever-changing substance abuse landscape.

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Our Memorials give families and friends the chance to remember and celebrate the lives of loved one lost to drugs and alcohol. Remember your loved one, light a candle or add a tribute.

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catch them being good

Welcome to our Parent Blog — where parents concerned about their teen or young adult’s alcohol and drug use share their insights, inspiration, guidance and support.

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Denise and Jerry our parent specialists.

Our Parents Toll-Free Helpline 1-855-DRUGFREE (1-855-378-4373) is a nationwide support service that offers assistance to parents and other primary caregivers who want to talk to someone about their child’s drug use and drinking.

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