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Our Events Map features all of the events and activities taking place during National Drug Facts Week® to shatter the myths of drugs and drug abuse.

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Events Registered: 1557

Alabama

Aliceville Housing Authority

Where:413 3rd Ave NW
Aliceville, Alabama
When: January 31, 2015
Brief Description: Family Fun Day-games, drug facts quiz and contest, music and dancing, poster contest, information handed out, parent information handed out, etc.

Safe & Healthy Homewood Coalition

Where:1901 S. Lakeshore Dr.
Homewood, Alabama
When: January 26, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 16 events. The Homewood High School Peer Helpers will conduct prevention lessons with 16 freshman classes during National Drug Facts Week.

Aletheia House

Where:201 Finley Avenue West
Birmingham, Alabama
When: January 27, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 3 events. The Aletheia House Teens Who Care Youth Leadership Program will host a town hall meeting for youth in Birmingham, Alabama that addresses the effects of drugs and alcohol.

Curry High School Students Against Destructive Decisions

Where:155 Yellow Jacket Drive
Jasper, Alabama
When: January 26, 2015, January 27, 2015, January 28, 2015, January 29, 2015, January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 3 events. Poster Campaign.

Dothan-Houston County Substance Abuse Partnership

Where:355 N.Oates St., Suites 4 & 5
Dothan, Alabama
When: January 29, 2015
Brief Description: Our event will take place at our local mall during the Education Summit hosted by the Dothan Education Foundation.

Alabama Cooperative Extension System UANNP

Where:G. W. Carver High School
Montgomery, Alabama
When: January 27, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 3 events. Family Day (dinner, family dining discussions, and educational workshops). Drug-free Pledge sign-up during lunch. Daily drug facts shared during morning announcements.

Sparkman High School

Where:2616 Jeff Road
Harvest, Alabama
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

Wenonah High School

Where:2800 Wilson Road, S.W.
Birmingham, Alabama
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

Alabama Cooperative Extension System

Where:1070 Schiilinger Road North
Mobile, Alabama
When: January 26, 2015
Brief Description: Health Rocks students from Belsaw- Mt. Vernon School will submit Addiction and Art posters to Health Rocks Agent by January 28 and the art work will be displayed on the middle school hall and voted on by the student body and teachers. The outstanding art work with the most votes will be announced during the morning announcement period on January 30.

American Pharmacists Association--Academy of Student Pharmacists

Where:2316 Walker Building
Auburn, Alabama
When: January 26, 2015, January 27, 2015, January 28, 2015, January 29, 2015, January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 5 events. Display drug facts around pharmacy school on monitors.

Alabama Cooperative Extension System/ Tuscaloosa County (Englewood Elementary)

Where:10300 Old Greensboro Rd
Tuscaloosa, Alabama
When: January 29, 2015
Brief Description: It will be an assembly held at the Englewood Elementary for fifth graders with guest speakers from the West Alabama Narcotics Unit.

Drug Education Council, Inc.

Where:Mobile Gas Auditorium
Mobile, Alabama
When: January 31, 2015
Brief Description: Teen Town Hall meeting sponsored by Drug Education Council, Mobile City/County Youth Council and Mobile Ambassadors. Theme: "Substance Abuse Is Not The Way To Play". Topics include: Marijuana, Spice, Rx Medications, Binge Drinking, tobacco and other dangers for youth.

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Alaska

NSB Health Department

Where:PO Box 69
Barrow, Alaska
When: January 26, 2015, January 31, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 2 events. Paint the Town With Posters Opener.

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Arizona

MCAS Yuma Drug Demand Reduction Program

Where:Marine Corps Air Station Yuma
Yuma, Arizona
When: January 26, 2015, January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 5 events. The MCAS Yuma Drug Demand Reduction program will be traveling to all the Yuma High School District from Jan 26-31, 2015. The program will promote Drug Facts Week by providing brochures and engaging the students with the help of active duty Marines and Sailors about the dangers of illegal drugs.

East Valley Young Marines

Where:Several cities
Mesa, Arizona
When: January 26, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 10 events. Young Marines presenting their power points at their schools, youth clubs, churches and friends.

Buena High School and Army Substance Abuse Program

Where:5225 E Buena School Blvd
Sierra Vista, Arizona
When: January 26, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 2 events. The Buena High School in partnership with the Fort Huachuca Army Substance Abuse Program will have a guess speaker on January 26 and will also participate in the Online Chat Day.

Marine Corps Air Station Yuma Drug Demand Reduction Program

Where:Yuma School Districts
Yuma, Arizona
When: January 26, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 20 events. Educational promotions/events to different Yuma High School Districts.

Pinon Counseling Center

Where:P.O. Box 10
Pinon, Arizona
When: January 26, 2015, February 01, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 6 events. Youth Summit program is an annual event that happen yearly at the Pinon Unified School District. This program is an outreach tool to guide the youth in the right direction when they have graduation from high school. Whether their plans is to go college, trade school. Military, or the work force. They will have a plan. This program is duration of two weeks. The ABN program is also an annual event that is held during the summertime. This program focus is on teaching the youth traditional Navajo customs, ceremonies, etc...Also, allows spiritual healing for all youth who attend the program.

Casa Grande Alliance

Where:901 E Cottonwood Ln
Casa Grande , Arizona
When: January 27, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 2 events. Tabling event during lunch to raise awareness around tobacco use. Posters, announcements and social media posts will also be available during the week.

Pima Prevention Partnership

Where:1475 N. Oracle Rd.
Tucson, Arizona
When: January 28, 2015
Brief Description: Addictionary: Protect Yourself From Poison. Youth Art Show. Youth will have the opportunity to display their artwork that will reflect how drugs have impacted them, drug facts, and drug prevention. Artwork will include: paintings, drawings, rap lyrics, poety, and clay models.

MT Graham High School

Where:300 W Discovery Park BLVD
Safford, Arizona
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

Garland County CARES

Where:225 Tirelli Street
Hot Springs, Arizona
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

COL Smith Middle School

Where:5651 E Smith Ave
Fort Huachuca, Arizona
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

Buejva Haigh School

Where:5225 Buena School Boulevard
Sierra Vista, Arizona
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

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Arkansas

Batesville High School SADD Chapter

Where:1 Pioneer Dr.
Batesville, Arkansas
When: January 26, 2015, January 27, 2015, January 28, 2015, January 29, 2015, January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 5 events. Information table set up in the open commons area.

Garland County CARES

Where:225 Hazel Street
Hot Springs, Arkansas
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Students participating in Drug Facts Chat Day.

Garland County CARES

Where:225 Hazel Street
Hot Springs, Arkansas
When: January 26, 2015, January 27, 2015, January 28, 2015, January 29, 2015
Brief Description: Post 3 drug facts/prevention messages per day via social media (Facebook and Twitter) per day relating to Under Age drinking, tobacco/e-cigs, and prescription medication abuse.

Ouachita Children's Center

Where:339 CharterOak
Hot Springs, Arkansas
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

Hot Springs High

Where:tristan.traylor14@gmail.com
Hot Springs, Arkansas
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 3 events. Chat Day.

Garland County CARES

Where:225 Hazel Street
Hot Springs, Arkansas
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

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California

The Grace Homes /New Journey

Where:1105 N Sumter Court
Visalia, California
When: January 29, 2015, January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Spaghetti Lunch feed for public invitees and students as well as an overview of substance use and its affects on teens in our community and abroad by Sherrie Fehlman, Diplomat of Forensic Social Work and Certified Forensic Counselor.

Los Angeles Academy of Arts & Enterprise

Where:600 S. La Fayette Park Place
Los Angeles, California
When: January 28, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 2 events. Speaker presentations; film screening; art contest.

Path To Recovery

Where:Club House 2
Laguna Woods, California
When: January 31, 2015
Brief Description: Providing information on drug abuse with focus in prevention and parenting skills for families with vulnerable children.

Project YES

Where:2491 Lawrence Street
Ceres, California
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: We will be hosting local employers to speak to our youth the importance of not using drugs and how staying drug free will positively affect their chances of finding employment and maintaining employment.

Yaseen foundation

Where:1722 gilbreth Rd
Burlingame, California
When: January 31, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 3 events. Would like to have games, educational sessions, and debate activities.

Plumas County Alcohol and Other Drug Services

Where:Quincy Elementary School
Quincy, California
When: January 29, 2015
Brief Description: Alcohol and Drug Prevention/Education Carnival for the Sixth Grade Class at Quincy Elementary School.

Inland Emprie Job Corps.

Where:3173 Kerry Street
San Bernardino, California
When: January 26, 2015
Brief Description: I would like to develop awareness for our youths on Drugs and Alcohol.

California Mental Health Connection

Where:14652 Pacific Ave
Baldwin Park, California
When: January 26, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 2 events. Substance counselor and therapist will provide tools to teens that want to reduce, prevent and be treated as role models to other teens that are presenting problems at school and home with drug related issues.

Office of Student Conduct and Community Standards

Where:3601 Pacific Ave.
Stockton, California
When: January 27, 2015, January 28, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 3 events. Social Media Campaign along with Games.

CV Alliance

Where:CV High Library
La Crescenta, California
When: January 27, 2015
Brief Description: "Rehab & Relapse" a talk by Asst. Professor Benjamin Salazar,MS,LMFT,CAT-C, Director of Alcohol/Drug Studies, Glendale Community College. Free. Adults. 7:00-8:30 pm

National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence

Where:1446 Ethan Way
Sacramento, California
When: January 29, 2015
Brief Description: On January 29, 2014, NCADD Sacramento will host a dinner and a Family Feud game night based off of the Shatter the Myths information.

Friendship House Association of American Indians, Inc.of San Francisco-Youth Program

Where:100 Julian Avenue
San Francisco, California
When: January 29, 2015
Brief Description: Poster contest and share through social media.

Magnolia Science Academy 8 Bell

Where:6411 Orchard Ave.
Bell, California
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 2 events. We will be learning about drug facts in our character education class. I will then provide a scavenger hunt sheet for students to find information regarding specific drugs posted in the school hallway. The students that complete the sheet and turn it into the office will earn positive recognition and the first student to complete the sheet correctly will win a gift card.

California Mental Health Connection

Where:14652 Pacific Ave
Baldwin Park, California
When: January 26, 2015
Brief Description: Brief description of substance abuse on teens and preventive/protective factors.

Crossroads Family Center

Where:1679 East Main Street
El Cajon, California
When: January 26, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 3 events. Quiz Night/Quiz Day. Young adults will team up to take National Drug IQ Challenge and compete for fabulous prizes.

South Tahoe Drug Free Coalition

Where:1735 Lake Tahoe Blvd
South Lake Tahoe, California
When: January 25, 2015
Brief Description: Social Media Campaign.

South Tahoe Drug Free Coalition

Where:1735 Lake Tahoe Blvd
South Lake Tahoe, California
When: January 28, 2015
Brief Description: The DFC Youth Advisory Council will be hosting a lunch time educational compaign for the South Lake Tahoe High School students. Events will include informational handouts and an interactive game with prizes.

North Sumatra

Where:Gatot Soebroto Street
Medan, California
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

Del Amo Hospital

Where:23700 Camino del Sol
Torrance, California
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

Northview High School

Where:1016 W. Cypress Street
Covina, California
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

Siskiyou County Office of Education

Where:609 S Gold St
Yreka, California
When: January 26, 2015, January 27, 2015, January 28, 2015, January 29, 2015, January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 11 events. Classroom presentations featuring a panel of medical and science professionals and local people in recovery speaking about the science and the personal costs/effects of addiction.

Jefferson High School Peer Assistance Class

Where:6996 Mission Street
Daly City, California
When: January 29, 2015, January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 2 events. Drug Facts Fair - students from our Peer Assistance class will be educating fellow peers about commonly used drugs among teens in a science-fair-type setting. The following week, our students will make morning public service announcement daily.

Castro Valley High School

Where:19400 Santa Maria Avenue
Castro Valley, California
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

Rio Del Valle Middle

Where:3100 Rose Ave
Oxnard, California
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

BreakThrough Student Assistance Program

Where:33 Greta St.
Thousand Oaks, California
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

La Sierra Military Academy

Where:1735 E. Houston Ave
Visalia, California
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

La Sierra Military Academy

Where:1735 E. Houston Ave
Visalia, California
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

La Sierra Military Academy

Where:1735 E. Houston Ave
Visalia, California
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

Ouchi High School

Where:5356 S. 5th Ave.
Los Angeles, California
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

Drug & Alcohol Awareness & Wellness Guides (DAAWG)

Where:Fresno State Campus
Fresno, California
When: January 26, 2015, January 27, 2015, January 28, 2015, January 29, 2015, January 30, 2015, January 31, 2015, February 01, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 2 events. We are having a daily social media campaign on the Student Health & Counseling Center social media sites and wearing customized NDFW t-shirts.

NATHA (Neighbors Acting Together Helping All)

Where:2023 North Lincoln Avenue
Pasadena , California
When: January 28, 2015, January 29, 2015, January 30, 2015, January 31, 2015, February 01, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 3 events. We decided during National Drugs Fact Week we would video tape teens at three Pasadena high schools using our campaign slogan "I Choose_______ Over Drugs, Because..." then post the videos to our website for all to view.

UC Merced Department of Public Safety and HEROES

Where:5200 N. Lake Road
Merced, California
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: We will be tabling on UC Merced's Scholar's Lane educating students on the health effects of drugs and what they should look out for.

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Colorado

Rocky Mountain Deaf School

Where:1921 Youngfield St #204
Golden, Colorado
When: January 26, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 3 events. NDFW will be celebrated in the classroom throughout the week; the school counselor will bring awareness to middle and high school students during homeroom. Posters will be hung throughout the school and a pledge will be signed by students.

Gunnison County Substance Abuse Prevention Project

Where:200 East Virginia Ave
Gunnison, Colorado
When: January 26, 2015, January 29, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 5 events. Adolescent Development and drug fact awareness game - kids will then make posters with drug facts and post them throughout our community.

Summit High School

Where:PO Box 7
Frisco, Colorado
When: January 28, 2015
Brief Description: A booth set up during both lunches to raise awareness and educate.

Weld County PREVENTION PARTNERS- WCPP/ NRBH

Where:2350 3rd St Rd
Greeley, Colorado
When: January 26, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 10 events. WCPP has sent invitations to every school in our county to participate on line with NATIONAL DRUG FACT DAY - the quiz and the BIG BOWL VOTE! Additionally, we are displaying the link on our website and teen WCPP face book, submitted PSA's to our local radio station, overhead announcements at Windsor High School RE: the quiz and the big bowl vote; submitting a guest editorial, and will feature a CLASSROOM that will be doing the quiz at our ALTERNATIVE HIGH SCHOOL in Greeley, COLORADO during DRUG FACT WEEK!!

Boys & Girls Clubs of Weld County

Where:2400 1st Ave
Greeley, Colorado
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Wear the Message. Teens will create their own messages and wear them on their own t-shirts.

Blevins Middle School

Where:2101 S. Taft
Fort Collins, Colorado
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

La Academia at the Denver Inner City Parish

Where:La Academia at Denver Inner City Parish
Denver, Colorado
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

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Connecticut

The National Association for the Prevention of Teenage Addiction, Inc.

Where:61 Arrow Road
Wethersfield, Connecticut
When: January 27, 2015
Brief Description: National Press Conference at the Connecticut State Capital, with videos, exhibits, student/teacher/law enforcement testimonies regarding the overwhelming success NAPTA is having in deterring young people from experimenting with drugs or alcohol...via our live, school to school presentations. An introduction to our motto: "Stop-em Before They Start". Additionally, a special presentation from The Boy/Girl Scouts of America as a formal collaborative organization.

The Courage To Speak Foundation

Where:10 Chestnut St
Norwalk, Connecticut
When: January 27, 2015
Brief Description: 7th graders at Side by Side charter school in Norwalk, CT read Sunny’s Story, a drug prevention book by Ginger Katz. On January 27, 2015, she is coming to visit students, talk about the book, and present her story about losing her son to a heroin and valium overdose. Presentation will be followed up by health class teacher teaching the Courage to Speak-Drug Prevention Middle School curriculum.

Farmington Valley Health District

Where:95 River Rd
Canton, Connecticut
When: January 26, 2015, January 27, 2015, January 28, 2015, January 29, 2015, January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 4 events. Educational campaign with local High School and Middle School.

Youth for Truth

Where:TBD
Litchfield, Connecticut
When: January 31, 2015
Brief Description: Art Slam

SADD

Where:80 High School Lane
Darien, Connecticut
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 3 events. Posters around school and graffiti fact wall.

Depot

Where:80 High School Lane
Darien, Connecticut
When: January 26, 2015, January 28, 2015, January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 3 events. Poster Campaign.

RAMS In Action

Where:370 Hunting Hill Ave
Middletown, Connecticut
When: January 26, 2015, January 27, 2015, January 28, 2015, January 29, 2015, January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 6 events. Peer leaders will lead activities throughout the week with theme days, scavenger hunts, info table during lunches, bulletin boards with stats, morning announcements and a social media campaign. This will take place throughout the week.

Frank Ward Strong Middle School - EDGE Club

Where:191 Main Street
Durham, Connecticut
When: January 26, 2015, January 27, 2015, January 28, 2015, January 29, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 5 events. 7th and 8th grade students will develop a campaign within their school to help promote our local "Be the One" campaign that promotes their peers to make healthy choices for a successful future. Students will make announcements in the morning highlighting drug myths found in NIDA's "Shatter the Myths" booklet and they will make posters to hang throughout the school highlighting what their anti-drug is. More details will be available as it gets closer and as the youth develop the campaign.

East Shore Middle School

Where:240 Chapel St
Milford, Connecticut
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

Litchfield High School

Where:14 Plumbhill Rd.
Litchfield, Connecticut
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

Lyme Old Lyme High School CASFY Youth

Where:59 Lyme Street
Old Lyme, Connecticut
When: January 26, 2015, January 27, 2015, January 28, 2015, January 29, 2015, January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 3 events. Daily drug facts on announcements, poster campaign contest for homeroom teams, National Drug IQ Challenge for whole school.

Frank Ward Strong Middle School

Where:191 Main Street
Durham, Connecticut
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

Watkinson School

Where:180 Bloomfield ave
Hartford, Connecticut
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

Sound Community Services

Where:68 West Town St
Norwich, Connecticut
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

Wolcott CASA

Where:Boundline Rd.
Wolcott, Connecticut
When: January 26, 2015
Brief Description: Email Campaign - school-wide email with drug fact each day. Quiz at the end of the week.

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Delaware

4-H Health Rocks

Where:2501 Ebright Road
Wilmington, Delaware
When: January 29, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 2 events. We will hear stories from Marie Allen, William James Harrison, and Stephanie King who all were effected by addiction. We will also have a healthy living carnival for attendees who are in 5th-7th grade. They will get to experience hands-on activities that show the effects of substance use.

Springer Middle School

Where:2220 Shipley Road
Wilmington, Delaware
When: January 26, 2015
Brief Description: Substance related announcements will be made every morning during NDFW.

Calvin. R. McCullough Middle School

Where:20 Chase Ave.
New Castle, Delaware
When: January 26, 2015, January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 2 events. Substance related announcements will be made every morning during NDFW.

Shue-Medill Middle School

Where:1500 Capitol Trail
Newark, Delaware
When: January 26, 2015, January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 5 events. Substance awareness announcements will be made every morning during NDFW.

Conrad Schools of Science

Where:201 Jackson Avenue
Wilmington, Delaware
When: January 26, 2015, January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 5 events. Substance awareness messages will be provided during morning announcements during NDFW.

Skyline Middle School

Where:2900 Skyline Drive
Wilmington, Delaware
When: January 26, 2015, January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 2 events. During NDFW, morning announcements will cover information about different substances. We will also talk about how assets are important tools when it comes to living a substance-free life.

Charter School of Wilmington

Where:100 North Dupont Road
Wilmington, Delaware
When: January 26, 2015, January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 5 events. Substance related announcements will be shared every morning during NDFW.

Dover High School

Where:One Dover High Drive
Dover, Delaware
When: January 26, 2015, January 27, 2015, January 28, 2015, January 29, 2015, January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 5 events. Substance facts announcements will be read each morning during NDFW in conjunction with other schools throughout the state and provided by UD 4-H.

Milford High School

Where:1019 North Walnut Street
Milford, Delaware
When: January 26, 2015, January 27, 2015, January 28, 2015, January 29, 2015, January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 5 events. Drug facts related announcements will be read each day during NDFW and within other schools throughout the state, organized by UD 4-H.

Dover High School

Where:1 Dover High Drive
Dover, Delaware
When: January 26, 2015
Brief Description: Daily announcements and other communications.

H. O. Brittngham School

Where:400 Mulberry Street
Milton, Delaware
When: January 26, 2015, January 27, 2015, January 28, 2015, January 29, 2015, January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 5 events. Drug facts related announcements will be read each day during NDFW and within other schools throughout the state, organized by UD 4-H.

Seaford Middle School

Where:500 East Stein Highway
Seaford, Delaware
When: January 26, 2015, January 27, 2015, January 28, 2015, January 29, 2015, January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 5 events. Drug facts related announcements will be read each day during NDFW and within other schools throughout the state, organized by UD 4-H.

Brandywine Springs School

Where:2916 Duncan Road
Wilmington, Delaware
When: January 26, 2015, January 27, 2015, January 28, 2015, January 29, 2015, January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 5 events. Drug facts related announcements will be read during NDFW and within other schools throughout the state, organized by UD 4-H.

Brader Elementary School

Where:107 Four Seasons Parkway
Newark, Delaware
When: January 26, 2015, January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 3 events. Substance related announcements will be shared every morning during National Drug Facts Week.

Downes Elementary School

Where:220 Casho Mill Road
Newark, Delaware
When: January 26, 2015, January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Substance awareness announcements will be shared every morning during National Drug Facts Week.

Elbert-Palmer Elementary

Where:1210 Lobdell Street
Wilmington, Delaware
When: January 26, 2015, January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Schools with share substance related announcements every day during National Drug Facts Week. Announcements are being provided by U of D 4-H program.

Jones Elementary School

Where:35 West Main Street
Christiana, Delaware
When: January 26, 2015, January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Substance awareness announcements will be read every morning during National Drug Facts Week. Announcements are being provided by U of D 4-H.

Thomas McKean High School

Where:301 McKennans Church Road
Wilmington, Delaware
When: January 26, 2015, January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Substance awareness announcements will be read every morning during National Drug Facts Week. Announcements are being supplied by U of D 4-H.

The Charter School of Wilmington's YELL/SADD club

Where:100 N. Dupont Road
Wilmington, Delaware
When: January 26, 2015, January 27, 2015, January 28, 2015, January 29, 2015, January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 2 events. YELL/SADD Officers have made school-wide announcements each day of NDFW that share the myths and facts surrounding substance use/abuse. Additionally, a pharmaceutical scientist will speak with the YELL/SADD Club to provide in-depth information on the abuse of prescription medication and it's rise among youth.

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District Of Columbia

Alliance for Consumer Education

Where:1167 K St. NW
Washington, District Of Columbia
When: January 26, 2015
Brief Description: Learn more about inhalant abuse with our Inhalant Abuse Trivia game and Lesson Plan. Download the trivia game at http://www.inhalant.org/resources/inhalant-abuse-quiz/. Looking for more information on inhalants? Email info@consumered.org with your name and address and we'll send you a free Inhalant Abuse Prevention Kit in honor of Drug Facts Week!

George Washington University Colonial Health Center Health Promotion and Prevention Services

Where:Marvin Center, Ground Floor
Washington, District Of Columbia
When: January 26, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 5 events. Students will be able to visit the Health Promotion and Prevention Services tables throughout the week to gather informational brochures on different drugs as well as clarify questions they have regarding drugs and their effects and/or impact.

Mentor Foundation USA

Where:2900 K St.
Washington DC, District Of Columbia
When: January 29, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 2 events. The Shattering the Myths Rally is an interactive day of events designed to dispel the myths surrounding drug abuse. By focusing on the innate talents and strengths that young people already have, they become their biggest advocates for staying drug–free. In addition to Shattering the Myths Surrounding Substance Abuse, Mentor Foundation USA and H&M will announce the 2015 Winner of the H&M/Mentor Foundation USA Drug-Free T-Shirt Contest.

National Association of County and City Health Officials

Where:1100 17th St NW, 7th Floor
Washington, District Of Columbia
When: January 29, 2015
Brief Description: NACCHO and SADD will be cohosting a webinar on January 29, 4-5pm that will feature representatives from the SAD Leadership Council group, ASTHO, Safe States Alliance, and Children's Safety Network.

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Florida

Family & Friends United, Inc.

Where:1 North Powers Drive
Orlando, Florida
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: During National Drug Facts Week we will have presentations for our teens, families, parents and community members. We will partner with our local Drug Free Coalition, invite representatives from the Sheriffs Department and have Drug Prevention Resource Vendor tables. We will also have a county-wide essay and poster contest to engage our community. During the event we will have a guest speaker or speakers talk about the dangers of drugs and how their life/lives were impacted. At the event we will have a Shatter the Myths Photo Booth. Everyone will also have an opportunity to take the IQ Test on site. Local media will be invited.

Academic High School

Where:23123 State Road 7
Boca Raton, Florida
When: January 26, 2015
Brief Description: Each student will be responsible for artwork on an 8 1/2 by 11 sheet of paper with an anti-drug .

Excelsior Artz Preparatory School

Where:8197-13 N. University Drive
Tamarac, Florida
When: January 26, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 2 events. Students will learn the medical, social and emotional damage caused by drugs through curriculum and health lessons. Students will present posters in a contest format.

Sebring High School FCCLA

Where:3514 Kenilworth Blvd.
Sebring, Florida
When: January 26, 2015, January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 2 events. Posters and lunch time activity at Sebring High School.

International Studies Preparatory Academy

Where:1570 Madruga Ave.
Coral Gables, Florida
When: January 26, 2015, January 27, 2015, January 28, 2015, January 29, 2015, January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 5 events. Presentations on the dangers of drugs and alcohol abuse by a licensed psychologist. Presentation by a representative of MADD about dangerous and destructive behaviors. Presentations for the parents. Daily morning announcements. Poster contest. Distribution of brochures on various drug and alcohol abuse related issues. We will culminate with a MADD Walk on February 8, 2015.

Informed Families/The Florida Family Partnership

Where:2490 Coral Way
Miami, Florida
When: January 26, 2015, January 27, 2015, January 28, 2015, January 29, 2015, January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 61 events. The Lock Your Meds Campaign will afford 61 youth and adult ambassadors in schools and communities across Florida to address the growing epidemic of youth prescription drug abuse. The Campaign asks parents to pledge to secure and take regular inventory of medications. Youth are asked to pledge to only take prescription medication as prescribed and under a parent or caregiver's care. An Implementation Toolkit that includes NIDA materials such as Drugs Shatter the Myths, MJ: Facts for Teens, Science of Addiction and Drugs and the Body Poster will be delivered to the participating schools along with pledges, flyers, and posters to assist ambassadors. The first 50 ambassadors to return a minimum 100 signed parent pledges by February 28 will receive a $100 Publix gift card. Publix pharmacies will partner with us by displaying the Lock Your Meds signage at their counters.

H.D. Perry Middle School

Where:3400 Wildcat Way
Miramar, Florida
When: January 27, 2015, January 28, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 5 events. Peer Counselors will use resources (NDFW) to educated middle school peers i.e. presentations, trainings, etc.

Royal Palm Beach High School SADD

Where:10600 Okeechobee Blvd
Royal Palm Beach, Florida
When: January 26, 2015, January 27, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 2 events. Sheriff's office comes to talk about the dangers of alcohol and drugs. Also included, is the good Samaritan law that encourages young people to report potential overdose to 911 without consequences to them selves. Monday to Friday of the event we will put posters around the school.

SAFE: Support and Addiction Family Education

Where:Christ United Methodist Church
Venice, Florida
When: January 29, 2015
Brief Description: Educational event on Thursday, January 29, about "Today's Drug Scene" with Patrolman First Class Jason Selzer of the North Port Police Department. Officer Selzer's presentation will focus on the school system and will discuss alcohol, marijuana, hallucinogens, cocaine, heroin, and prescription medications, including common intoxicating effects to look for. A light dinner will be served at 6:00pm and the presentation will begin at 7:00pm. Reservations are required. To RSVP, email SAFE@cumc.info.

Southeastern Institute on Chemical Dependency and Origins Behavioral Healthcare

Where:Ramada Venice Resort
Venice, Florida
When: January 27, 2015
Brief Description: Educational Dinner Program on "Teen Substance Abuse in Sarasota County: Statistics and Solutions" with speakers Kevin Mace, prevention specialist, and Judy Sperling, interventionist. Tuesday January 27, 2015. Networking begins at 5:30pm. Dinner will be served and presentations will begin at 7:00pm. There is no charge to attend the event, but reservations are required.

BayCare Behavorial Health (CHAT)

Where:37615 Martin Luther King Blvd
Dade City, Florida
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Providing information to teens on drug abuse and poster campaign.

Olympia HS Peer Counseling class

Where:4301 S Apopka Vineland Road
Orlando, Florida
When: January 26, 2015, January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 5 events. PSA's on school wide news, banners, posters, activities during lunch to promote.

International Studies Preparatory Academy

Where:1570 Madruga Ave.
Coral Gables, Florida
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

Santa Fe High School

Where:16213 N US Hwy 441
Alachua, Florida
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

Apopka Middle School

Where:425 N Park Ave
Apopka, Florida
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

PK Yonge D.R.S.

Where:1080 SW 11th Street
Gainesvill, Florida
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

LaBelle High School SADD

Where:4050 Cowboy Way
LaBelle, Florida
When: January 26, 2015
Brief Description: SADD members will post facts along the side walks of school.

Gateway Community Services, Inc.

Where:YouTube VLOG
Jacksonville, Florida
When: January 26, 2015, January 27, 2015, January 28, 2015, January 29, 2015, January 30, 2015, January 31, 2015, February 01, 2015
Brief Description: A YouTube VLOG referencing National Drug Facts Week: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEUneGnNAQA4qxfMjUYp-3Q/videos

LiveFree! Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition of Pinellas County

Where:22nd St S and 9th Ave S
St. Petersburg, Florida
When: January 31, 2015
Brief Description: LiveFree! is a participating sponsor in "Celebrate Midtown Youth", an event presented and hosted by Jordan Park Gardens, Local Food Park, and Deuces Live Main Street. LiveFree! will have a contest and prizes for youth who participate in the 2015 National Drug IQ Challenge at our table.

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Georgia

Fort Valley State University 4-H Healthy Living Program

Where:1105 State University Drive
Fort Valley, Georgia
When: January 26, 2015
Brief Description: This will be a 4-H Healthy Living Club Meeting. We will discuss Substance Abuse Prevention.The students will discuss the causes and effects of drugs on a physical, social and emotional level.

Fort Valley State University 4-H Healthy Living

Where:1005 State University Dr.
Fort Valley, Georgia
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

Fort Valley State University 4-H Healthy Living

Where:1005 State University Drive
Fort Valley, Georgia
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

Lowndes Metro Law Enforcement Explorers

Where:2015 E Park Ave
Valdosta, Georgia
When: January 26, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 5 events. All classes (700 students) given Drug IQ Test and drug pamphlets for class discussion with teachers during Drug Facts Week.

North Paulding High School SADD Club

Where:300 North Paulding Dr.
Dallas, Georgia
When: January 27, 2015, January 28, 2015, January 29, 2015, January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 3 events. This is a wide campaign, full of posters, facts,and videos. The SADD students will be putting a bunch of Drug Abuse related facts all around the school. Next, everyday, they will come over the announcement and give one fact over the intercom. Also, the SADD students will be participating and working together to create a video showing the importance of staying away from drugs, and that will be shown to the whole school.

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Hawaii

Maui Youth and Family Services

Where:1099A Mailuna Place
Makawao, Hawaii
When: January 26, 2015, January 27, 2015, January 28, 2015, January 29, 2015, January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 5 events. We will be gathering for group sessions the entire week.

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Idaho

Boise State University/Idaho RADAR Center

Where:1910 University Drive MS 1860
Boise, Idaho
When: January 26, 2015, January 27, 2015, January 28, 2015, January 29, 2015, January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 5 events. Will post National Drug Facts on our Facebook page and Twitter feed, will promote Drugs Shatter the Myths and the associated Drug IQ challenge to schools throughout Idaho.

Pioneer Health Resources

Where:204 10th Ave S.
Nampa, Idaho
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting a charity Spaghetti Dinner. Offering lectures from Drug and Alcohol Counselors, law enforcement, and other professionals. Poster contest, prizes and open house.

Pioneer Health Resouces

Where:5583 N Glenwood
Boise, Idaho
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 3 events. Hosting a charity Spaghetti Dinner. Offering lectures from Drug and Alcohol Counselors, law enforcement, and other professionals. Poster contest, prizes and open house.

Latah County Youth Advocacy Council

Where:220 E 5 th St, Suite 325
Moscow, Idaho
When: January 26, 2015, January 27, 2015, January 28, 2015, January 29, 2015, January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 5 events. Newspaper advertisements featuring Latah County, Idaho teen drug use statistics with accompanying social media campaign information.

Wood River High School

Where:1250 Fox Acres Rd
Hailey, Idaho
When: January 27, 2015, January 28, 2015, January 30, 2015, January 31, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 3 events. Our club is working on events to occur throughout the week culminating in a Purple Out at Friday nights Baskeball game. We are using ideas from NIDA and The Chris Herren Project to organize and plan for the week.

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Illinois

Raymond Coley MSEd,LCPC,MISAII

Where:8941 SWestern
Chicago, Illinois
When: January 27, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 2 events. Resource Table with Clinician providing other resources such inpatient treatment facilities for those individuals needing more intense support.

Raymond ColeyMS Ed, LCPC

Where:8941 S WESTERN
Chicago, Illinois
When: January 28, 2015
Brief Description: Materials will be provided along with refreshments on medication day at clinic site.

Operation Snowball, Inc.

Where:937 S. 2nd Street
Springfield, Illinois
When: January 26, 2015
Brief Description: Operation Snowball is hosting a statewide (IL) video contest to create awareness that aims to shatter the myths about drugs.

Robert Crown Center for Health Education

Where:21 Salt Creek Lane
Hinsdale, Illinois
When: January 26, 2015, January 27, 2015, January 28, 2015, January 29, 2015, January 30, 2015, January 31, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 2 events. Two walk-through exhibits will be installed in the health center for the full Drug Fact Week. All students who have classes here will have an opportunity to walk through one. In addition, we will offer free Science Behind Drugs classes to schools who are enrolled in other classes that week. Finally, we will hold a community open house event on January 31, during which educators will offer brief substance abuse prevention overviews, installations will be open for viewing and a "movie" room will air abuse-related video.

Bobby E. Wright Prevention Department & Hefferan STEM School

Where:4409 W. Wilcox
Chicago, Illinois
When: January 28, 2015
Brief Description: Community assembly for presentation and discussion about the facts about marijuana and its effects.

Dwight Township High School

Where:801 S. Franklin St
Dwight, Illinois
When: January 26, 2015, January 27, 2015, January 28, 2015, January 29, 2015, January 30, 2015, January 31, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 6 events. We will be conducting social media and local media blasts with factual information. We will have two keynote speakers as well as trivia competitions.

Oak Park and River Forest High School

Where:201 N. Scoville
Oak Park, Illinois
When: January 26, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 2 events. We are having a parent and teen café to open the conversation and have the community speak to each other.

Chris Walk Against Substance Abuse & the Kane County Chronicle

Where:Batavia Fine Arts Centre
Batavia, Illinois
When: January 27, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 20 events. Speaker, Bruce Talbot will share drug trends and demographics with the audience. We will also invite governement and local officials. We are also working with local school districts. They will send an eblast with the link to the drug facts quizz and info our our event. The local newspaper, the Kane County Chronicle and co-sponsor of the event will print the drug facts quizz in the paper. Prizes will be awarded.

Antioch Community High School - RAAD

Where:1133 Main Street
Antioch, Illinois
When: January 28, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 5 events. During our home basketball game on January 28 students would participate in a couple of interactive games during halftime, we were also hoping to throw candy into the stands that contain anti-drug or other informational messages on them, have posters hanging in the gym during the game, and might have fliers to hand out. We were also going to put several facts into the morning announcements that week.

Woodstock High School

Where:501 South Street
Woodstock, Illinois
When: January 28, 2015
Brief Description: We plan to have a table in all lunches with trivia and education on drug facts with give-aways and incentives.

Menard County School and Community Task Force Think Force and TMD

Where:17651 Bluejay Rd.
Petersburg, Illinois
When: January 28, 2015
Brief Description: Video Competition for Drug Facts Week.

Menard County School and Community Task Force Think Force and TMD

Where:17651 Bluejay Rd.
Petersburg, Illinois
When: January 28, 2015
Brief Description: Video Competition for Drug Facts Week.

Woodland Middle School

Where:7000 Washington St
Gurnee, Illinois
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

Rosecrance Health Network

Where:1021 N Mulford Rd
Rockford, Illinois
When: January 27, 2015
Brief Description: On Tuesday, January 27 at 7 p.m. CT, Rosecrance will host a one-hour Twitter chat moderated by @RosecranceNews and featuring Dr. Thomas Wright (@TeenAddictionMD). The #InMyShoes chat will focus on offering parents tips and strategies for talking to their teens about tough issues such as teen substance use and abuse, helping them understand what it is like to walk in their shoes.

Oak Park River Forest High School

Where:201 North Scoville Ave
Oak Park, Illinois
When: January 26, 2015, January 28, 2015, January 29, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 4 events. We are hosting a Parent/Student Cafe on Monday, a Drug Fact Hall Exhibit Poster presentation with 10 professionals (physicians, addiction specialists, police, researchers) on Wednesday, a Lecture to the Psychology Club on Thursday and a presentation and conversation with our Board of Education about drug and alcohol use by students IYS numbers, on Thursday.

Granite City Teen REACH

Where:3231 Nameoki
Granite City, Illinois
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Students will take the National Drug IQ Challenge. Posters will be displayed in school.

Maine Community Youth Assistance Foundation ( MCYAF)

Where:2720 S. River Road
Des Plaines, Illinois
When: January 26, 2015, January 27, 2015, January 28, 2015, January 29, 2015, January 30, 2015, January 31, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 6 events. The Straight Dope on Drugs and Your Body. It was a poster that had over 50 facts about drugs and your body. We hung the poster which was 12 feet by 4 feet in each of our high schools, Maine East ( 1300 student , Maine West ( 1700 students) and Maine South High Schools ( 2000 students) in places where 98% of the students will see it.

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Indiana

South Newton FCCLA

Where:13102 S 50 E
Kentland, Indiana
When: January 26, 2015, January 27, 2015, January 28, 2015, January 29, 2015, January 30, 2015
Brief Description: We will be doing educational activities all week long at all levels on our campus K-12.

Seymour Community Schools

Where:1638 S. Walnut Street
Seymour, Indiana
When: January 27, 2015, January 28, 2015, January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 3 events. Getting the message out to our teens in Jackson County that "Everybody is NOT doing it" and giving our parents resources/education on talking with your teen about drugs and addictions.

Northeast Elementary School

Where:99 Crestview Dr.
Greenwood, Indiana
When: January 26, 2015, January 27, 2015, January 28, 2015, January 29, 2015, January 30, 2015, January 31, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 5 events. We will focus on our 4th and 5th graders with Guidance Lessons during the week. We will run a drug free poster campaign for the entire school to promote being drug free.

North Side High School

Where:475 East State Boulevard
Fort Wayne, Indiana
When: January 26, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 2 events. Sam's Watch participating school with Campaign & Assembly; students will participate in Sam's Watch video contest.

Northfield Jr./Sr. High School

Where:154 West 200 North
Wabash, Indiana
When: January 26, 2015
Brief Description: Sam's Watch participating school with Campaign; students will participate in Sam's Watch video contest.

Warren Central Just Say No

Where:9500 East 16th Street
Indianapolis, Indiana
When: January 26, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 3 events. Sam's Watch participating school with Campaign; students will participate in Sam's Watch Blog + photo contest.

The Excel Center - Anderson

Where:630 Nichol Avenue
Anderson, Indiana
When: January 26, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 3 events. Sam's Watch participating school with Campaign; students will participate with Sam's Watch Blog + photo contest.

Holy Cross Lutheran School

Where:8115 Oaklandon Road
Indianapolis, Indiana
When: January 26, 2015
Brief Description: Sam's Watch participating school with Campaign.

Liberty-Perry Community Schools

Where:105 South County Road 650 East
Selma, Indiana
When: January 26, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 3 events. Sam's Watch participating school with Assembly & Campaign; students will participate in Sam's Watch Blog + photo contest.

Hanover Central High School

Where:10120 West 133rd Avenue
Cedar Lake, Indiana
When: January 26, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 2 events. Sam's Watch participating school with Assembly & Campaign; students will participate in Sam's Watch Video contest.

St. Michael School

Where:275 High Street
Brookville, Indiana
When: January 26, 2015
Brief Description: Sam's Watch participating school with Campaign.

Scottsburg Middle School

Where:425 South 3rd Street
Scottsburg, Indiana
When: January 26, 2015
Brief Description: Sam's Watch participating school with Campaign; students participating in Sam's Watch Blog + photo contest.

Hamilton Heights High School

Where:25802 South State Road 19
Arcadia, Indiana
When: January 26, 2015
Brief Description: Sam's Watch participating school with Assembly & Campaign; students participating with Sam's Watch Blog + photo and Video contest.

School City of Hobart/Ridge View Elementary

Where:3333 West Ridge Road
Hobart, Indiana
When: January 26, 2015
Brief Description: Sam's Watch participating school with Campaign.

St. Michael-St. Gabriel Archangel Elementary School

Where:3352 West 30th Street
Indianapolis, Indiana
When: January 26, 2015
Brief Description: Sam's Watch participating school with Assembly.

Holy Spirit Catholic School

Where:7243 East 10th Street
Indianapolis, Indiana
When: January 26, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 2 events. Sam's Watch participating school with Campaign; students will participate in Sam's Watch Blog + photo contest.

Wapahani RADD

Where:10401 E County Road 167 South
Selma, Indiana
When: January 26, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 2 events. Sam's Watch participating school with Assembly & Campaign; students will participate in Sam's Watch Video contest.

Wapahani RADD

Where:10401 E County Road 167 South
Selma, Indiana
When: January 26, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 2 events. Sam's Watch participating school with Assembly & Campaign; students will participate in Sam's Watch Video contest.

North Central High School

Where:910 E. Co. Rd 975 N
Farmersburg, Indiana
When: January 26, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 2 events. Sam's Watch participating school with Assembly & Campaign; students will participate in Sam's Watch Video contest.

Greencastle High School

Where:910 East Washington Street
Greencastle, Indiana
When: January 26, 2015, January 28, 2015
Brief Description: Sam's Watch participating school with Assembly.

Washington High School

Where:608 East Walnut Street
Washington, Indiana
When: January 26, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 2 events. Sam's Watch participating school with Assembly & Campaign; students will participate in Sam's Watch Blog + photo and Video contest.

South Ripley School Corporation

Where:207 West Tyson Street
Versailles, Indiana
When: January 26, 2015
Brief Description: Sam's Watch participating school with Campaign.

Joan Martin Elementary School

Where:301 East 10th Street
Hobart, Indiana
When: January 26, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 2 events. Sam's Watch participating school with Campaign; students will participate in Sam's Watch Blog + photo and Video contest.

New Washington Middle/High School

Where:226 Indiana 62
New Washington, Indiana
When: January 26, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 2 events. Sam's Watch participating school with Assembly & Campaign; students will participate in Sam's Watch Blog + photo and Video contest.

Anderson Preparatory Academy and Pre-Academy

Where:2200 W 22nd Street
Anderson, Indiana
When: January 26, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 2 events. Sam's Watch participating school with Assembly & Campaign.

Jasper Middle School ROOS group

Where:3600 N. Portersville Road
Jasper, Indiana
When: January 26, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 5 events. Sam's Watch participating school with Assembly & Campaign; students will participate in Sam's Watch Blog + photo & Video contest.

Career Academy South Bend

Where:3801 Crescent Circle
South Bend, Indiana
When: January 26, 2015
Brief Description: Sam's Watch participating school with Assembly & Campaign; student participation in Sam's Watch Blog + Photo contest.

Westwood Elementary

Where:899 South Honey Creed Rd
Greenwood, Indiana
When: January 26, 2015
Brief Description: Sam's Watch participating school with Campaign.

Center Grove High School

Where:2717 South Morgantown Rd
Greenwood, Indiana
When: January 26, 2015
Brief Description: Sam's Watch participating school with Campaign.

Center Grove Middle School North

Where:202 North Morgantown Rd
Greenwood, Indiana
When: January 26, 2015
Brief Description: Sam's Watch participating school with Campaign.

Carroll Jr/Sr High School

Where:2362 E State Rd 18
Flora, Indiana
When: January 26, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 3 events. Sam's Watch participating school with Assembly & Campaign; students will participate in Sam's Watch Blog + Photo/Video contest.

Meadows Elementary

Where:55 S Brown Ave
Terre Haute, Indiana
When: January 26, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 3 events. Sam's Watch participating school with Assembly & Campaign; students will participate in Sam's Watch Blog + Photo contest.

Sugar Grove Elementary School

Where:2800 Wallace Ave
Terre Haute, Indiana
When: January 26, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 3 events. Sam's Watch participating school with Assembly; students will participate in Sam's Watch Blog + Photo contest.

Saint Lawrence Catholic School

Where:6950 E 46th St
Indianapolis, Indiana
When: January 26, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 3 events. Sam's Watch participating school with Campaign; students will participate in Sam's Watch Blog + Photo/Video contest.

West Washington Jr./Sr. High School

Where:8028 W Batts Rd
Campbellsburg, Indiana
When: January 26, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 3 events. Sam's Watch participating school with Campaign; students will participate in Sam's Watch Blog + Photo contest.

Franklin Community Middle School

Where:625 Grizzly Cub Dr
Franklin, Indiana
When: January 26, 2015
Brief Description: Sam's Watch participating school with Campaign.

Liberty Elementary School

Where:130 North Liberty Street
Hobart, Indiana
When: January 26, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 2 events. Sam's Watch participating school with Campaign; students will participate in Sam's Watch Blog + Photo contest.

Mitchell High School

Where:441 North 8th Street
Mitchell, Indiana
When: January 26, 2015
Brief Description: Sam's Watch participating school with Campaign.

Mitchell Junior High School

Where:1010 W Bishop Blvd
Mitchell, Indiana
When: January 26, 2015
Brief Description: Sam's Watch participating school with Campaign.

Center Grove Middle School Central

Where:4900 Stones Crossing Rd West
Greenwood, Indiana
When: January 26, 2015
Brief Description: Sam's Watch participating school with Campaign.

Dexter Elementary School

Where:917 S Dexter Ave
Evansville, Indiana
When: January 26, 2015
Brief Description: Sam's Watch school participating with Campaign; students will participate in Sam's Watch Blog + Photo contest.

Seymour High School

Where:1350 W 2nd Street
Seymour, Indiana
When: January 27, 2015, January 28, 2015, January 29, 2015, January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 4 events. Week long activities with booths of information at Homecoming.

Charles A. Tindley Accelerated School

Where:3960 Meadows Drive
Indianapolis, Indiana
When: January 26, 2015
Brief Description: Sam's Watch participating school with Assembly & Campaign.

New Tech Institute

Where:1901 Lynch Rd
Evansville, Indiana
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Sam's Watch participating school with Assembly.

Hobart High School

Where:2211 East 10th Street
Hobart, Indiana
When: January 26, 2015
Brief Description: Sam's Watch participating school with Campaign; students will participate in Sam's Watch Blog + Photo contest.

Whiteland Community High School

Where:300 Main Street
Whiteland, Indiana
When: January 26, 2015
Brief Description: Sam's Watch participating school with Campaign.

Wapahani RADD

Where:14041 E CR 167S
Selma, Indiana
When: January 26, 2015, January 27, 2015, January 28, 2015, January 29, 2015, January 30, 2015
Brief Description: TBD

Southside Christian School

Where:4801 Shelbyville Road
Indianapolis, Indiana
When: January 26, 2015
Brief Description: Sam's Watch participating school with Assembly; students will participate in Sam's Watch Video contest.

Sam's Watch, Inc.

Where:3209 W. Smith Valley Road, Suite 202
Greenwood, Indiana
When: January 26, 2015, January 28, 2015, January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 4 events. Sam's Watch is encouraging Indiana schools to participate with a $1,000 donation drawing for schools/organizations that participate via Sam's Watch website. Sam's Watch will be sponsoring a student Blog + Photo/Video Contest with three winners from across Indiana for best entries to "Shatter the Myths" of drug use and addiction. We are attending Indiana school activities across the state during National Drug Facts Week.

Connersville High School

Where:1100 Spartan Drive
Connersville, Indiana
When: January 26, 2015
Brief Description: Sam's Watch participating school with Campaign; students will participate in Sam's Watch Blog + Photo/Video contest.

Drug Free Marion County

Where:2575 E. 55th Place, Suite B
Indianapolis, Indiana
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 3 events. End of week long drug facts education at local charter school (International School), will conclude with presentation from local State Senator and Indiana's Attorney General re: Lifeline Law & Prescription Drug Abuse Program. Presentation by staff to youth and parents in local section 8 housing. Dinner will be provided along with educational program, including drug facts and games.

Mitchell High School

Where:1000 Bishop Boulevard
Mitchell, Indiana
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

Hobart Middle School

Where:36 E. 8th Street
Hobart, Indiana
When: January 26, 2015
Brief Description: Sam's Watch participating school with Campaign; students will participate in Sam's Watch Blog + Photo contest.

Connersville High School

Where:1100 Spartan Drive
Connersville, Indiana
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

SADD of Mooresville High School

Where:550 N Indiana St
Mooresville, Indiana
When: January 26, 2015, January 27, 2015, January 28, 2015, January 29, 2015, January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 5 events. Principal read drug facts related to five different topics each morning after the Pledge.

Union City Jr/Sr High School - SADD Chapter

Where:603 N. Wal
Union City, Indiana
When: January 26, 2015, January 27, 2015, January 28, 2015, January 29, 2015, January 30, 2015
Brief Description: SADD members researched and posted "Drug Facts" throughout the school for National Drug Facts Week. Facts were written with a sharpie marker on 4"x5" pieces of colored construction paper, and then taped onto the white walls of the school. A Drug Facts video was scheduled to air on Monday 1/26 on KISS, our school's television station, and all students watched it during the mid-day announcements.

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Iowa

New Horizons

Where:1605 Cedar Street
Muscatine, Iowa
When: January 26, 2015, January 27, 2015, January 28, 2015, January 29, 2015, January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Poster Contest with a category for Elementary, Middle, and High School students

Van Buren Community Schools Youth Leadership Council

Where:405 4th Street
Keosauqua, Iowa
When: January 27, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 3 events. Mystery Box Contest - students will be asked to identify the Mystery Items in a box that relate to the hazards of smoking. There will also be information on the dangers of tobacco use available to students who participate.

Harmony Community Schools Youth Leadership Council

Where:33727 Rte. J40
Farmington, Iowa
When: January 29, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 7 events. Braxton Dye & Daniel Downey will have an article in the local newspapers about National Drug Facts Week and the events the YLC students will be hosting during the week. James Jenkins & Daniel Downey will be on the KMEM Coffee Break Radio show talking about National Drug Facts Week, the events being held during the week, YLC and the dangers of substance use and abuse. YLC Members will setup a display with information on the dangers of substance abuse and share information with their peers during lunch. The YLC Members will hold a Scavenger Hunt with Balloon Facts around the school during lunch. Those who complete the scavenger hunt will be entered in a drawing to win prizes. The YLC Members will be hanging homemade posters in the halls with drug facts and information about the dangers of substance abuse throughout the school. YLC Members will do peer teaching with the 4th Grade Class at the Harmony Elementary School. During this time the students will teach the 4th Graders about the dangers of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs. YLC Members will do peer teaching with the 3rd Grade Class at the Harmony Elementary School. During this time the students will teach the 3rd Graders about the dangers of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs.

South Winneshiek Elementary/Middle School

Where:208 E Brooks St
Ossian, Iowa
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

Central Community

Where:400 1st Str NW
Elkader, Iowa
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

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Kansas

Coffeyville Police Department

Where:1400 W 4th
Coffeyville, Kansas
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Facebook Campaign as well as a Neighborhood Watch Meeting over Drug Facts.

The Wichita Mayor's Youth Council

Where:130 E. 5th
Newton, Kansas
When: January 26, 2015
Brief Description: MYC plans to promote NDFW on their social media sites including Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. They are also working on a Letter to the Editor of the Wichita Eagle (local newspaper) and are looking into other local news resources. MYC members also plan to fill out an "I'm shattering the myths becasue..." sheet and will have their pictures taken individually and as a group to document why they are shattering the myths. They plan to use these pictures in presentations they give to other students and at other conferences, and there is also a possibility that they may be able to have them shown in a slideshow on local a tv channel called City 7. Finally, MYC has their own newsletter that has a growing distribution list of youth and adults throughout the community and plan to include information about NDFW and drug facts in this months newsletter.

jagPRIDE

Where:5900 Monticello Road
Shawnee, Kansas
When: January 26, 2015, January 27, 2015, January 28, 2015, January 29, 2015, January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 3 events. Trivia will be hid around the school. The seminar that collects the most facts will be awarded a prize. Also, trivia announcements will occur each morning with a prize for the winner.

Manhattan High School SADD

Where:2100 Poyntz Avenue
Manhattan, Kansas
When: January 26, 2015, January 27, 2015, January 28, 2015, January 29, 2015, January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 2 events. Monday, January 26th through Friday, January 30th, Manhattan High School SADD will provide drug facts to all students through out daily announcement system and flyers throughout the school.

Lawrence High FYI-DTL Club

Where:1901 Louisiana
Lawrence, Kansas
When: January 26, 2015, January 27, 2015, January 28, 2015, January 29, 2015, January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 5 events. The LHS FYI-DTL (Draw the Line) Club will kick off the week with announcements regarding drug myths, posters and a video contest. Each day has a targeted topic: addiction, e-cigarettes, hookah and marijuana. Approximately 30 students will complete a training on Wednesday that will allow them to make presentations to middle school students about underage drinking and marijuana. Students will operate information and product giveaway tables on three days during the week over all lunches. The giveaways state "LIONS Draw the Line", referring to our local drawthelineLawrence.com coalition and emphasize the need for individual students to draw their own personal "line" regarding their stance on alcohol/drug use.Students will do radio and television interviews and on Friday the event concludes with a t-shirt day during which 50 alcohol/drug free students wear shirts with important messages for their peers. Students who approach them with either positive or negative comments are handed a giveaway and thanked for their involvement in the event!

Sabetha High School SADD

Where:1024 Main Street
Sabetha, Kansas
When: January 28, 2015
Brief Description: SHS students wrote an editorial to the local paper on the dangers of marijuana.

Lawrence Free State High School

Where:4700 Overland Drive
Lawrence, Kansas
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

Wetmore High School

Where:321 6th Street
Wetmore, Kansas
When: January 28, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 2 events. Scavenger hunt to be done during seminar, Students will also complete the Nat'l Drug IQ Challenge and a discussion will follow

Holton HIgh School SADD

Where:901 New York
Holton, Kansas
When: January 26, 2015
Brief Description: Quiz, readings, trivia table, and health classes have education on marijuana.

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Kentucky

KY DJJ Lake Cumberland Youth Development Center

Where:9000 HWY 1546
Monticello, Kentucky
When: February 01, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 2 events. Poster Contest and Super Bowl Party.

Iroquois High School

Where:4615 Taylor Blvd
Louisville, Kentucky
When: January 26, 2015, January 27, 2015, January 28, 2015, January 29, 2015, January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 5 events. Multi Campaign: Guest speakers for various groups, drug awareness/prevention school wide lesson during advisory classes, poster contest, brochure and pledge tables for students during lunch promoting drug awareness and drug free campaign.

Royal Spring Middle School

Where:332 Champion Way
Georgetown, Kentucky
When: January 26, 2015
Brief Description: Sam's Watch participating school with Assembly & Campaign.

Scott High School

Where:5400 Old Taylor Mill Road
Taylor Mill, Kentucky
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

St. Henry District High School

Where:3755 Scheben Dr.
Erlanger, Kentucky
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

Monroe County CARES Youth Prevention Ambassadors

Where:160 Old Mulkey Rd
Tompkinsville, Kentucky
When: January 27, 2015, January 28, 2015, January 29, 2015, January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Social Media Campaign.

Morgan County High School SADD UNITE Club

Where:150 Road to Success
West Liberty, Kentucky
When: January 28, 2015, January 29, 2015, January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Holding 4 events. Holding lunch and learn activity 1/28, 1/29, 1/30 Members have information table set up at lunch. Pass Quiz out on 1/30 to lunch tables. Club members also wear their message on t-shirts they created highlighting drug facts. Members also created posters to hang around school. 600 student 9-12 high school, 19 club members.

Knox County UNITE Coalition

Where:PO Box 1809
Barbourville, Kentucky
When: January 29, 2015
Brief Description: REFUSE to USE scavenger hunt and drug facts event will be held at a local coffee shop. Scavenger hunt will be held in the down town area.

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Louisiana

Marrero Middle School

Where:4100 7th Street
Marrero, Louisiana
When: January 26, 2015, January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 5 events. Monday, January 26th -Drug Free Essay "Why I want to live a Drug-Free life" One hundred words or less. Due Thursday, May 1st in homeroom. One essay from each grade will be selected. The winning essays will be read during Friday's announcements. The winners will receive a certificate. I will forward you essay instructions tomorrow. Tuesday, January 27th (wear crazy or mismatched socks) Wednesday, January 28th Shade out Drugs (wear sunglasses) Thursday, January 29th Put a Cap on Drugs. Crazy hat day. (wear a crazy or interesting hat/cap) All students and staff are asked to bring to school their craziest hat or cap to school. Friday, January 30th: Dress down day. WEAR Red Day. Wear as much red as possible. Cost $2 plus one can of non-perishable food. Food will be donated to the Gretna Food Bank. Also, the three winning essays will be read during morning announcements.

Magnet Academy for Cultural Arts (MACA)

Where:1100 East Leo Street
Opelousas, Louisiana
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

Our Lady of Lourdes

Where:345 Westchester Blvd
Slidell, Louisiana
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

Coushatta Tribe of Louisiana-Coushatta Social Services

Where:1984 CC Bel Road
Elton, Louisiana
When: January 29, 2015
Brief Description: Creative art expression contest that include art, photographs, music, posters.

South Cameron High School

Where:753 Oak Grove Highway
Grand Chenier, Louisiana
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

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Maine

River Valley Healthy Communities Coalition

Where:799 Hancock Street
Rumford, Maine
When: January 27, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 2 events. Youth Drug Fact Trivia game followed by a community forum.

Houlton Band of Maliseet Indians

Where:567 Foxcroft Road
Houlton, Maine
When: January 26, 2015
Brief Description: Rebecca Miller from the Northern New England Poison Center will be coming to talk about street drug trends along with community specific concerns such as alcohol, marijuana and methamphetamine use and abuse.

Lewiston High School

Where:300 Main St
Lewiston, Maine
When: January 26, 2015, January 27, 2015, January 28, 2015, January 29, 2015, January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 3 events. During the week the trivia questions will be on display on the TVs in the cafeteria. There will be daily announcements. Each student will have a chance to answer the 12 trivia questions, turn in their responses. The higher scores will be put into a drawing for gift cards.

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Maryland

Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School

Where:4301 East-West Highway
Bethesda, Maryland
When: January 26, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 4 events. Nightly assemblies for parents with presentations and panel discussions addressing different aspects of substance abuse including parent education on the myths about drugs and alcohol, facts on use of illegal substances by teens, issues of adult hosting, tool kits for prevention, and resources. Daily assembly during the lunch hour for students including speakers on athletic performance and substance abuse, demonstration of effects of alcohol using goggles from the Washington Regional Alcohol Program, student leadership panel discussion with law enforcement.

North Carroll Middle School

Where:2401 Hanover pike
Hampstead , Maryland
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 3 events. My 6,7, and 8th grade Health classes will be sharing facts about various drugs throughout the school with drug related projects/games.

On The Mark Clubhouse

Where:350 Montevue Lane
Frederick , Maryland
When: January 26, 2015, January 27, 2015, January 28, 2015, January 29, 2015, January 30, 2015, January 31, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 11 events. Full week of activities for teens.

HIV Clinical Guidelines Program

Where:2700 Lighthouse Point East, Suite 260
Baltimore, Maryland
When: January 26, 2015, January 27, 2015, January 28, 2015, January 29, 2015, January 30, 2015, January 31, 2015, February 01, 2015
Brief Description: The New York State Department of Health AIDS Institute's HIV Clinical Guidelines Program wants to take the opportunity of National Drug Facts Week (NDFW) to remind you of some of the great resources that we have available online at www.hivguidelines.org for the treatment of HIV Infected Substance Users. The following clinical guideline is available at www.hivguidelines.org: <ul> <li>Substance Use and Dependence Among HIV-Infected Adolescents and Young Adults</li> </ul> The HIV Clinical Guidelines Program is a collaborative effort between the New York State Department of Health AIDS Institute, Office of the Medical Director, and the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Division of Infectious Diseases.

Springbrook High School

Where:1405 Chilton Drive
Silver Spring, Maryland
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

On The Mark Clubhouse

Where:350 Montevue Lane
Frederick, Maryland
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

North Carroll middle

Where:2401 Hanover pike
Hampstead, Maryland
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

HC DrugFree

Where:5305 Village Center Drive
Columbia, Maryland
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

Walter Johnson High School

Where:6400 Rock Spring Dr.
Bethesda, Maryland
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School

Where:4301 East West Highway
Bethesda, Maryland
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

Central High School

Where:200 Cabin Branch Road
Capitol Heights, Maryland
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

Barrie School

Where:13500 Layhill Road
Silver Spring, Maryland
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

Parkdale High School

Where:6001 Good Luck Road
Riverdale, Maryland
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

Black Mental Health Alliance for Education and Consultation, Inc.

Where:200 E Lexington St
Baltimore, Maryland
When: January 27, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 6 events. "Just Ask Me about Quitting" We will kick off "Just Ask Me about Quitting" campaign Week of January 26th, 2015. The Black Mental Health Alliance for Education and Consultation, Inc (BMHA) has identified 5 to 10 youth under the age of 18 who are volunteering to participate in a six month project as part of an ongoing city wide campaign. The Tobacco Prevention and Smoking Cessation campaign conducted through the Baltimore City Health Department (BCHD) will provide training for the youth who will then be designated a "youth checkers". Over a six month period beginning, January 27, 2015 (our kick off date), youth checkers will participate the two fold initiative. The first component consist of them working as youth enforcement officers. In this capacity, youth between the ages of 15 to 17 will be accompanied by Black Mental Health Alliance staff and a BCHD Youth Enforcement Officer (a retired police officer) to attempt to purchase tobacco products. The second component is accompanying BMHA staff to educate and increase retailer awareness of tobacco control laws and the dangers related to selling tobacco products to minors. Youth participating in this project will become highly enlightened to the dangers of smoking, tobacco's negative effects upon one’s physical and mental health. This training will equip them with the tools to share and provide support to fellow students in their schools as well as peers in their community. In addition, educational activities will be conducted throughout the project by Black Mental Health Alliance staff utilizing evidenced based materials available through NIDA for teens. Adolescents participating in the Youth Enforcement Project will be motived through a prize competition to design and or create “Just Ask Me About Quitting” t-shirts and posters, etc. to be distributed to student body members and community residents. BMHA youth “checkers” are students at two schools (a public and charter boarding school) whose student body members reside in communities around the Metropolitan/Baltimore Washington area.

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Massachusetts

Ephraim Curtis Middle School

Where:22 Pratts Mill Road
Sudbury, Massachusetts
When: January 26, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 2 events. Not decided as of yet...will have an entirely group of students during the National Drug Facts Week. At the very least, small groups of students will generate questions prior to the day kids interface with experts...... may do the poster campaign for extra credit.

Ephraim Curtis Middle School

Where:22 Pratts Mill Road
Sudbury, Massachusetts
When: January 26, 2015, January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 2 events. All of my Health Ed classrooms of students interacting with professional staff re: Drug Facts.... There may be an extra credit poster campaign option as well.

Wake-Up Youth Action Team

Where:Town of Wakefield
Wakefield, Massachusetts
When: January 26, 2015, January 27, 2015, January 28, 2015, January 29, 2015, January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 5 events. Wake-Up Youth Action Team members will implement activities throughout the week to 'bust' some of the most commonly believed myths at Wakefield High School. Myths or Facts will be read every morning and afternoon on announcements. Plus common myths will be busted through a poster campaign in the bathroom stalls.

2nd Chance Juvenile Drug Court & RAPPP Program

Where:1208 Ashley Boulevard
New Bedford, Massachusetts
When: January 28, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 4 events. We will be holding a Youth Council Event where youth will be brining friends and holding an open event to bring awareness to their peers.

Westford Health Department

Where:55 Main Street
Westford, Massachusetts
When: January 26, 2015, January 27, 2015, January 28, 2015, January 29, 2015, January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 3 events. Having educational poster events throughout the Westford Academy High School. Utilizing local newspaper and sandwich boards.

Milton Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition

Where:25 Gile Road
Milton, Massachusetts
When: January 29, 2015
Brief Description: On this day, the middle and high school and hopefully the rest of the Milton community will wear red to raise awareness of substance abuse prevention. A few students from the SADD organization at Milton High School will visit the middle school to "shatter the myths" about drugs by hosting a mini trivia game during the school lunches. We will also be hanging up posters for this event around the middle and high schools to educate students on substance abuse.

HOPE Coalition

Where:YWCA of Central Massachusetts
Worcester, Massachusetts
When: January 28, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 3 events. HOPE Coalition is putting on an educational event for teens and members of the Worcester community to Shatter the Myths about drug use. We will have community conversations at different tables where groups will discuss facts and myths about drug abuse and addiction. Then, we will bring all the tables together for a larger group activity discussing these facts and myths, as well as treatment options for those struggling with addiction.

Bristol County District Attorney's Office and Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD)

Where:420 Titicut Road
Raynham, Massachusetts
When: January 26, 2015
Brief Description: The Bristol County District Attorney's Office in collaboration with Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) will be hosting a virtual web forum on Drugged Driving. There will be 7 panelists discussing multiple points of view regarding the issue of drugged driving.

Bristol County District Attorney's Office

Where:888 Purchase St.
New Bedford, Massachusetts
When: January 27, 2015, January 28, 2015, January 29, 2015, January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 6 events. The Community Affairs Unit of the Bristol County District Attorney's Office will be hosting information tables at 3 middle schools in the New Bedford area. The school will be Roosevelt Middle School, Normandin Middle School and Keith Middle School. We will distribute Shatter the Myths booklets, Marijuana Facts for Teens, and our own signature brochures. We will distribute this information during the lunch periods at each school. We are also planning to make literature drops at the Alternative middle and high schools in New Bedford, Fall River and Taunton.

Easthampton High School

Where:70 WIlliston Avenue
Easthampton , Massachusetts
When: January 27, 2015, January 28, 2015, January 29, 2015, January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 5 events. Week long campaign combining drug awareness week with red ribbon week. Conducting a different activity each day in the school. Put a Sock on Drugs Day, Put a Hat on Drugs Day, Wear your favorite team shirt to support drug awareness, wear red day, pledge day.

Cyrus Pierce Middle School

Where:10 Surfside Rd
Nantucket, Massachusetts
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

Cape Cod Regional Technical HS

Where:351 Pleasant Lake Ave
Harwich, Massachusetts
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

Tantasqua Reg JHS

Where:320B Brookfield Rd
Fiskdale, Massachusetts
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

LynnEnglishHighSchool

Where:50 Goodridge Street
Lynn, Massachusetts
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

Partners Employee Assistant Program

Where:55 Fruit Street
Boston, Massachusetts
When: January 29, 2015
Brief Description: Informational table display.

Manville School

Where:53 Parker Hill Avenue
Boston, Massachusetts
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

Delta College

Where:2880 Wurtzel Drive S
Freeland, Massachusetts
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

Mount Holyoke College Alcohol & Drug Awareness Project

Where:Gable Auditorium, Mount Holyoke Art Building
South Hadley, Massachusetts
When: January 28, 2015
Brief Description: Film screening of The Hungry Heart, a documentary film by MHC alumna Elizabeth (Bess) O'Brien on prescription drug addiction and recovery. The screening will be followed by a panel discussion.

Bay Path RVTHS

Where:57 Old Muggett Hill Road
Charlton, Massachusetts
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

DanversCARES

Where:64 Cabot Road
Danvers, Massachusetts
When: January 29, 2015
Brief Description: Poster and school announcement campaign separating the fact from myth regarding drugs and alcohol!

National SADD Student Leadership Council

Where:255 Main Street
Marlborough, Massachusetts
When: January 29, 2015
Brief Description: Student Leadership Council will all be taking the National Drug IQ Test, using social media to encourage additional SADD chapter all over the nation to do the same.

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Michigan

Peckham, Inc. Right Turn Program

Where:3510 Capital City Blvd
Lansing, Michigan
When: January 27, 2015
Brief Description: Poster Campaign

Western Upper Penninsula Health Department

Where:540 Depot Street
Hancock, Michigan
When: January 26, 2015, January 27, 2015, January 28, 2015, January 29, 2015, January 30, 2015, January 31, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 10 events. Guest presentations on drug facts, daily "quick facts" delivered to students, outdoor activity day organized by peer leaders, poster campaign.

T3: Teens Talking Truth

Where:31900 Utica Road
Fraser, Michigan
When: January 26, 2015, January 27, 2015, January 28, 2015, January 29, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 4 events. "I Shatter the Myth Because..." Poster Campaign on Social Media.

Tri-Community Coalition

Where:14700 W. Lincoln St.
Oak Park, Michigan
When: January 26, 2015
Brief Description: Art Fair Competition.

Royal Oak Community Coalition

Where:Royal Oak Library
Royal Oak, Michigan
When: January 26, 2015, February 01, 2015
Brief Description: Display table, literature dissemination hosted by the public library for one week.

Franklin High School

Where:31000 Joy Road
Livonia, Michigan
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

Allen Park High School

Where:18401 Champaign
Allen Park, Michigan
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

Barry County Substance Abuse Task Force

Where:915 West Greet Street
Hastings, Michigan
When: January 26, 2015, January 27, 2015, January 29, 2015, January 30, 2015, January 31, 2015, February 01, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 7 events. MailChimp email blast campaigns with facts about each of the 4 substances, the National IQ Challenge, as well as a welcome and closing mailchimp's.

Comstock Park High School Students Against Destructive Decisions Club

Where:150 Six Mile
Comstock Park, Michigan
When: January 29, 2015
Brief Description: Teacher VS Student Trivia Contest.

Western Upper Penninsula Health Department

Where:540 Depot Street
Hancock, Michigan
When: January 26, 2015, January 27, 2015, January 28, 2015, January 29, 2015, January 30, 2015, January 31, 2015, February 01, 2015
Brief Description: Boot Hockey Tournament ; poster campaign.

Rochester Adams High School

Where:3200 West Tienken
Rochester Hills, Michigan
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

Pathways, MI

Where:412 Century Lane
Holland, Michigan
When: January 26, 2015, February 01, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 4 events. The Ottawa Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition and the Student Leaders Initiating Change are once again participating in National Drug Facts Week! The SLIC youth are sponsoring a poster contest for all middle school students in Ottawa County. Make a poster, promote a true fact, and be creative. The SLIC High School youth will name a first, second and third place winner of the poster contest at the end of the week. SLIC and OSAP will also be conducting campaigns this year promoting true drug facts. Youth will hear announcements throughout the week and OSAP and SLIC will have new facts posted on their facebook page every day.

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Minnesota

Henry Sibley SADD

Where:Henry Sibley High School
Mendota Heights, Minnesota
When: January 28, 2015
Brief Description: Each SADD Member will promote a drug fact on their t-shirt during the day. Tables at lunch will have educational pamphlets along with drug facts.

SouthWest Metro Educational Cooperative

Where:401 E. 4th St.
Chaska, Minnesota
When: January 29, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 5 events. A student led planning group has developed activities for the students at SouthWest Metro High School each day of National Drug Facts Week. Activities include: National Drug Facts Week IQ, drunk goggles obstacle course (including statistics on driving under the influence), question and answer session (students submitted questions to the planning group to research), and drug perceptions Family Feud. The assembly will be held on Thursday, January 29. We are inviting other area Alternative Learning Centers to listen to three recovering addicts share their personal struggles with drug addiction and recovery.

University of Minnesota: Center for Adolescent Substance Abuse Research (CASAR)

Where:2450 Riverside Avenue
Minneapolis, Minnesota
When: January 26, 2015, January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 5 events. We will be offering students at local schools around the area the opportunity to ask us questions they may have about drugs/alcohol. They will email us their questions and we will meet as a team to answer them. We hope to clear up some of the incorrect information they may have in regards to drugs/alcohol.

Insight Program

Where:2449 Orchard Lane
White Bear Lake, Minnesota
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

The Blake School

Where:511 Kenwood Pkwy
Minneapolis, Minnesota
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

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Mississippi

NFusionXP

Where:203 S Main St
Newton, Mississippi
When: January 26, 2015, January 27, 2015, January 28, 2015, January 29, 2015, January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 3 events. Viewing of HBO Addiction documentary about teens. Educate and debunk myths surrounding teen drug abuse/use. Create and perform and video tape a PSA-type skit highlighting the perils of teen drug abuse/use.

DREAM, Inc.'s Mississippi Youth Highway Safety Programs Student Advisory Board

Where:310 Airport Road
Pearl, Mississippi
When: January 26, 2015, January 27, 2015, January 28, 2015, January 29, 2015, January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 19 events. The Mississippi Student Advisory Board (SAB) for youth highway safety is made up of 28 Mississippi teens from all across Mississippi.

New Beginnings Mental Health

Where:Facebook information
Meridian, Mississippi
When: January 26, 2015, January 27, 2015
Brief Description: Education through facebook page or providing material to adolescents.

Jackson State University/Metro Jackson Community Prevention Coalition

Where:JSU Box 18120
Jackson, Mississippi
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Set up Information Booth.

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Missouri

Arcadia Valley High School

Where:520 Park Drive
Ironton, Missouri
When: January 26, 2015
Brief Description: Yet to be planned, but will include poster campaign and possible assembly.

Greene County Juvenile Office-RADAR

Where:1325 E. Cherokee
Springfield, Missouri
When: January 31, 2015
Brief Description: Trivia Night benefiting Mothers against Drunk Driving.

Southeast Regional Support Center

Where:Southeast Missouri State University
Cape Girardeau, Missouri
When: January 28, 2015
Brief Description: Drug Fact Trivia.

ACT Missouri

Where:201 W. Capitol Ave
Jefferson City, Missouri
When: January 28, 2015
Brief Description: Prevention Day at the Missouri Capitol: Please join us for a day at the Capitol to network with peers in prevention, share ideas, and showcase your community's successes! We will have information and education to share with your legislator, including NDFW handouts.

Campbell C2000

Where:801 Missouri 53
Campbell, Missouri
When: January 27, 2015, January 29, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 2 events. The student-led group will create a poster campaign to distribute throughout the school and after school athletic programs. Students will also be disseminating information at a booth during home basketball games that week.

LaSalle Springs Middle School

Where:3300 Hwy 109
Wildwood, Missouri
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

Lafayette High School

Where:17050 Clayton Rd.
Wildwood, Missouri
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

Lafayette High School

Where:17050 Clayton Rd.
Wildwood, Missouri
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

Sullivan High School

Where:1073 E. Vine
Sullivan, Missouri
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

First Call Alcohol/Drug Prevention & Recovery

Where:facebook & Twitter, Firstcallkc.org
Kansas City, Missouri
When: January 26, 2015
Brief Description: Social media fact a day campaign.

ACT Missouri

Where:428 E. Capitol Ave
Jefferson City, Missouri
When: January 27, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 2 events. “The Science of Addiction” Webinar. Addiction is a disease that starts by making a choice. Unfortunately, that choice can result in long term consequences in which a person’s ability to exert self control can become seriously impaired. The vulnerability to addiction differs from person to person, but can be influenced by the age of the person. In fact, surveys of adolescents show that drug use starts early and can continue into adulthood. This presentation will discuss the how substances can affect the brain to the point of becoming a priority for the person. Additionally, drugs used in adolescents will be discussed so as to promote discussions with teens about the choice they make.

Campbell High School

Where:801 Missouri 53
Campbell, Missouri
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

Northland Coalition

Where:3100 NE 83rd St.
Kansas City, Missouri
When: January 26, 2015, January 27, 2015, January 28, 2015, January 29, 2015, January 30, 2015, January 31, 2015, February 01, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 3 events. Social Media Campaign posting facts from NIDA and NDFW, as well as promoting the Drug IQ test to the “Making Drug Education Effective” training attendees.

Family Counseling Center Regional Support Center

Where:1109 Jones Street
Kennett, Missouri
When: January 26, 2015, January 27, 2015, January 28, 2015, January 29, 2015, January 30, 2015, January 31, 2015, February 01, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 7 events. RSC will distribute a Drug Fact Sheet for each day of the week. These will be distributed by email and social media for others to share as well.

Counselors Who Care

Where:1400 West Washington Street
Kennett, Missouri
When: January 26, 2015, January 27, 2015, January 28, 2015, January 29, 2015, January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 5 events. Counselor will provide students with drug facts each day through information dissemination.

UMKC Generation Rx

Where:2464 Charlotte Street
Kansas City, Missouri
When: January 28, 2015
Brief Description: Bookmarks containing drug facts on them are being handed out in the School of Pharmacy to promote National Drug Facts Week.

New Madrid SPIRIT C2000/RSC

Where:310 US Hwy 61
New Madrid, Missouri
When: January 28, 2015, January 29, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 2 events. Drug Facts presentation.

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Montana

Dist II Alcohol & Drug and Richland County Sheriff office

Where:102 North Central Suite B
Sidney, Montana
When: January 26, 2015, January 29, 2015, January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 10 events. We will have a candlelight vigil on 1/23/15 at courthouse steps for all that have lost loved ones due to ATOD with drug fact posters displayed. In schools we will show videos with drug facts on 1/21, 1/26, 1/29 and 1/30. We will also have each school in our district announce daily thru week drug facts over PA system that is 8 schools.

Senior High Peer Support Group

Where:Billings Senior High
Billings, Montana
When: January 28, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 2 events. Following the Drug IQ Challenge, we will compete to see who can make the best shadow hand puppets!

Boys and Girls Club of the hi-line

Where:500 1st ave
Havre, Montana
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

Helena Middle School

Where:1025 N. Rodney
Helena, Montana
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

White Sky Hope Center

Where:Rocky Boy Agency
Box Elder, Montana
When: January 26, 2015, January 28, 2015, January 29, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 3 events. The effects of Alcohol and Drugs on the brain. Cultural Heritage introduction.

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Nebraska

GLW Children's Council, Inc

Where:PO Box 310
Burwell, Nebraska
When: January 26, 2015, January 28, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 4 events. Education Boards, I pledge no cards (to sign), your informational Interactive videos online and National Drug IQ Challenge.

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Nevada

Partnership of Community Resources/Students Taking on Prevention

Where:701 Long Valley Road
Gardnerville, Nevada
When: January 27, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 3 events. Drug facts will be randomly posted all over the hallways. An informative video will be made by S.T.O.P. members and shown in classrooms. During lunch, students can visit our table to win a mini basketball by correctly stating a fact they have learned.

Mbrace Counseling and Behavioral Services

Where:3030 S. Jones Blvd. Suite 110
Las Vegas, Nevada
When: January 27, 2015
Brief Description: Our counseling agency will host a young men's group. It is very small currently; however, it is important for the young men to be involved in this important project. By next year I personally should be able to host a larger event through a non-profit I am currently working to complete.

Community4Candie

Where:1360 nanette cir apt 39
Reno, Nevada
When: January 26, 2015
Brief Description: Promote awareness about abuse in our local community.

Join Together Northern Nevada

Where:505 S. Arlington Ave
Reno, Nevada
When: January 26, 2015, January 27, 2015, January 28, 2015, January 29, 2015, January 30, 2015, January 31, 2015, February 01, 2015
Brief Description: Join Together Northern Nevada’s (JTNN) Prevention Committee Presents: The National Drug Facts Week Art Contest. The art that is turned in for this contest must be visual art that displays, explains, or symbolizes one drug fact.

Fernley High School

Where:1300 Hwy 95A S
Fernley, Nevada
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

Pau Wa Lu Middle School

Where:701 Long Valley Road
Gardnerville, Nevada
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

North LasVegas Court House

Where:2332 Las Vegas Blv. North
North Las Vegas, Nevada
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

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New Hampshire

Kearsarge Regional High School

Where:457 North Road
Sutton, New Hampshire
When: January 26, 2015, January 27, 2015, January 28, 2015, January 29, 2015, January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 5 events. KRHS National Drug Fact Week will be a week long, multidisciplinary event consisting of the following events; informational posters displayed throughout the school buiding (Graphic Design class), art work created by KRHS students (Drawing II class) and drug fact announcements (researched and created by our Youth Advocacy Council). Students will also take the Drug Fact Quiz and participating in classroom discussion (English classes grades 9-12).

Keene High school

Where:43 Arch St
Keene, New Hampshire
When: January 26, 2015, January 27, 2015, January 28, 2015, January 29, 2015, January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 5 events. We will be participating in several multi-day activities, consisting of Drug IQ quizzes in Advisories, Poster contest, Drug Facts Chat Day, table with information for parents at 8th Grade Parent Night, Info shared with parents through email blasts and Facebook page.

Kearsarge Regional High School

Where:457 North Rd
Andover, New Hampshire
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

Keene High School

Where:43 Arch St
Keene, New Hampshire
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

Concord High School

Where:Warren Street
Concord, New Hampshire
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

Kingswood Regional Middle School

Where:404 South Main Street
Wolfeboro, New Hampshire
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

Newport Middle High School

Where:245 Main Street
Newport, New Hampshire
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

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New Jersey

The College of New Jersey

Where:Mercer County School Districts
Mercer County, New Jersey
When: January 26, 2015, January 27, 2015, January 28, 2015, January 29, 2015, January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 5 events. Morning announcements each day of the week that include drug facts, in Mercer County Elementary, Middle and High Schools!

Trenton Works - Sponsored by The College of New Jersey Students

Where:5 South Broad St.
Trenton, New Jersey
When: January 29, 2015
Brief Description: "Art Slam" Contest & Drug Facts.

The College of New Jersey

Where:2000 Pennington Rd.
Ewing, New Jersey
When: January 29, 2015
Brief Description: Artslam Against Drug Abuse Competition/Fact Event.

Student Project

Where:2000 Pennington Rd.
Ewing, New Jersey
When: January 29, 2015
Brief Description: Artslam Against Drug Abuse - Teens in Mercer County will create a medium of art or a rap/poem/lyric explaining a drug fact. There will be first, second and third place contest winners.

Jefferson Township Middle School

Where:1010 Weldon Rd.
Lake Hopatcong, New Jersey
When: January 26, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 5 events. Peer Leaders from various organizations with visit middle school students throughout the week.

The Center

Where:61 Spring Street
Newton, New Jersey
When: January 26, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 12 events. NDFW Banner Creations Campaign & County Participation in Chat Day.

Atlantic Cape Family Support Organization

Where:950 Tilton Road
Northfield, New Jersey
When: January 29, 2015
Brief Description: We will be having a poster contest and displaying them on Thursday, January 29th, at 6pm. Winner will be announced that evening.

Mannington Township School

Where:495 Route 45
Mannington, New Jersey
When: January 26, 2015, January 27, 2015, January 28, 2015, January 29, 2015, January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Drug Facts provided by the 8th grade as part of the MANNPOWER program, in the morning announcements each morning during the week of 26 JAN.

Proceed Inc

Where:1122 East Grand Street
Elizabeth, New Jersey
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Substance abuse group.

Family Guidance Center of Warren County

Where:492 Route 57 West
Washington, New Jersey
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

Prevention Connections

Where:37-39 Belvidere Ave
Washington, New Jersey
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

The Center for Prevention and Counseling

Where:61 Spring Street
Newton, New Jersey
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

Pemberton High School

Where:148 Arney's Mount Road
Pemberton, New Jersey
When: January 26, 2015, January 27, 2015, January 28, 2015, January 29, 2015, January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Students will develop Drug Facts Posters which will be on display during National Drug Facts Week.

Pemberton High School

Where:148 Arney's Mount Road
Pemberton, New Jersey
When: January 26, 2015, January 27, 2015, January 28, 2015, January 29, 2015, January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Students will develop Drug Facts Posters which will be on display during National Drug Facts Week.

Bordentown High School

Where:318 Ward Avenue
Bordentown, New Jersey
When: January 26, 2015, January 27, 2015, January 28, 2015, January 29, 2015, January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Students will develop Drug Facts Posters which will be on display during National Drug Facts Week.

Bordentown Middle School

Where:50 Dunns Mill Road
Bordentown, New Jersey
When: January 26, 2015, January 27, 2015, January 28, 2015, January 29, 2015, January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Students will develop Drug Facts Posters which will be on display during National Drug Facts Week.

Twilight Program - Legacy

Where:1289 Route 38 West, Suite 203
Hainesport, New Jersey
When: January 26, 2015, January 27, 2015, January 28, 2015, January 29, 2015, January 30, 2015, January 31, 2015
Brief Description: Students will develop Drug Facts Posters which will be on display during National Drug Facts Week.

Family Success Center

Where:45 High St.
Mount Holly, New Jersey
When: January 26, 2015, January 27, 2015, January 28, 2015, January 29, 2015, January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 4 events. Students will develop Drug Facts Posters which will be on display during National Drug Facts Week.

Mannington Township School

Where:495 Route 45
Mannington, New Jersey
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

Delaware Valley Regional High School

Where:19 Senator Stout Road
Frenchtown, New Jersey
When: January 27, 2015, January 28, 2015, January 29, 2015, January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 4 events. We will share facts all week long over the announcements, have posters throughout the school, we have developed a public service announcement to be shown to the entire school, and we are offering lunch and learns with our school counselor.

Byram Intermediate School

Where:12 Mansfield Drive
Stanhope, New Jersey
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

Wallkill Valley Regional High School

Where:10 Grumm Rd.
Hamburg, New Jersey
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

Kittatinny Regional High School

Where:77 Halsey Road
Newton, New Jersey
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

Pine Hill Police Department

Where:Pine Hill School District
Pine Hill, New Jersey
When: January 26, 2015, January 27, 2015, January 28, 2015, January 29, 2015, January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 5 events. The Pine Hill Police Department will be hosting a program titled "Heads-Up" presented by the Philadelphia Police Department at the Pine Hill Middle School. Heads-Up is a powerful interactive presentation enriched with drug facts for students and staff. Also during the week, various writing assignments and posters will be displayed throughout the School District. Proactive activities will resume during the week such as D.A.R.E. and Keepin' It Real, while drug facts will be read during the morning announcements at each school. This is all in conjunction with the Pine Hill School District's Guidance Department to supply drug facts and information to the School District's student population.

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New Mexico

Socorro County Prevention Coalition

Where:42 Schmittle Rd
Socorro, New Mexico
When: January 26, 2015, January 27, 2015, January 28, 2015, January 29, 2015, January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 8 events. We will have daily announcements by the students, lunch booths and hopefully a guest speaker.

The University of New Mexico College of Pharmacy Generation Rx Initiative

Where:2502 Marble Blvd
Albuquerque, New Mexico
When: January 27, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 2 events. We will be handing out free coffee with facts about drug abuse to students on the University of New Mexico Campus and the campus at the University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center to advocate against stimulant abuse on college campuses.

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New York

Center for Developmental Neuroscience - College of Staten Island - CUNY

Where:2800 Vicotry Blvd
Staten Island, New York
When: January 26, 2015
Brief Description: This event will start with a breakfast so students have the opportunity to get acquainted and feel comfortable, followed by an interactive podium talk given by an expert scientist in the field of alcoholism. The conference will cover topics including risks associated to alcohol consumption; types of relationships with alcohol, FDA recommended limits, drinking patters in US Colleges, social vs. problem drinkers, behavioral and physiological effects of alcohol on major organs, and to finalize, strategies to reduce alcohol consumption. Alcohol consumption is an increasing problem among young college students, therefore, this event will clear many misconceptions about alcohol and will provide attendees with accurate information about its effects and consequences. During the discussion section planned after lunch, students will self-evaluate and identify their relationship with alcohol and determine if they are putting themselves at risk based on their drinking behavior.

SUNY Orange Wellness Center

Where:115 South Street
Middletown, New York
When: January 26, 2015, January 27, 2015, January 28, 2015, January 29, 2015, January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 2 events. Poster campaign; informational materials and tabling by our wellness center staff in heavily-trafficked areas, and the drug facts quiz.

Chautauqua Alcoholism & Substance Abuse Council

Where:324 Central Avenue
Dunkirk, New York
When: January 26, 2015, January 27, 2015, January 28, 2015, January 29, 2015, January 30, 2015
Brief Description: During National Drug Facts Week we will have several Drug Fact Trivia Questions posted on our Facebook and Twitter Accounts throughout the week. Each day we will focus on a specific drug. Students and/or classes will be able to submit their answers by messaging CASAC on the Social Media Sites.

St. Peter's Roman Catholic Churc

Where:264 North Main Street
Liberty , New York
When: February 01, 2015
Brief Description: Presentation by Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselors to middle school students about the dangers of drugs and alcohol.

Catholic Charities of Fulton and Montgomery Counties

Where:55 E. Main St.
Johnstown, New York
When: January 26, 2015, January 27, 2015, January 28, 2015, January 29, 2015, January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 5 events. Each day we will use a # hashtag to put out different "Drug Fact" messages via our twitter account @Time2Talk2Kids and facebook account by the same name. Additionally, we will share a one-page Drug Facts Fact sheet at the beginning of the week to our local school contacts and community members and organizations on our list-serve.

SAFE Inc.

Where:aferrufifno@safeglencove.org
Glen Cove , New York
When: February 01, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 14 events. GC school district 14 schools will have announcements placed on television monitors and make morning announcements related to National Drug Facts Week. Health teachers will also utilize the wreck-ed card game.

SAFE Inc.

Where:aferrufifno@safeglencove.org
Glen Cove , New York
When: February 01, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 2 events. GC school district will have announcements placed on television monitors and make morning announcements related to National Drug Facts week. Health teachers will also utilize the wreck-ed card game.

Manhasset CASA, Inc.

Where:200 Memorial Place
Manhasset, New York
When: January 29, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 2 events. "Chalk Talk" will be presented by the Taylor Hooton Foundation to both parents and students. The assembly programs raise awareness about the problem of steroids, energy drinks and protein supplements use by middle and high school youth.

Center For Family Life & Recovery, Inc

Where:502 Court Street, Suite 401
Utica, New York
When: January 27, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 5 events. CFLR, Inc. is proud to be the area’s leading resource provider for advocacy, prevention, counseling, and training. Together, we are assisting those who need help, receive the best care possible. As a community partner, it is important to us that we continue spreading the message of hope to our area; especially, to those who are suffering from alcohol and/or drug addiction, as well as mental illness. Remember, When There’s Help, There’s Hope.

YES Community Counseling Center

Where:75 Grand Avenue
Massapequa, New York
When: January 26, 2015
Brief Description: Psycho educational programs will be open to all community members to learn their benefits.

Villa of Hope - Addiction Treatment Services

Where:Education Complex
Rochester, New York
When: January 26, 2015
Brief Description: hosting 3 events. Information Sharing with the entire agency.

Midtown Community Court

Where:314 West 54th Street
New York, New York
When: January 28, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 3 events. Midtown Community Court clinical staff will facilitate a psyco-educational group for court mandate youth ages 16-20 that reviews the legal consequences of arrest, provides an overview of education and housing options in NYC and a review of affect management skills. Staff plan to conduct a true or false drug facts activity with the youth and explore healthy coping strategies to managing stressful life situations.

Spackenkill UFSD

Where:112 Spackenkill Road
Poughkeepsie, New York
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

Mount Pleasant Cottage School

Where:1075 Broadway
Pleasantville, New York
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

Fieldstone Middle School

Where:100 Fieldstone Drive
Thiells, New York
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

Socialgradient.org

Where:695 Park Ave HN 310
New York, New York
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

Cambridge Central School

Where:4 Avenue A
Cambridge, New York
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

Erie County Council for the Prevention of Alcohol and Substance Abuse

Where:1625 Hertel Avenue
Buffalo, New York
When: January 26, 2015, January 27, 2015, January 28, 2015, January 29, 2015, January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 2 events. Our prevention educators will include National Drugs Facts Week activities into their regular programming at two local Buffalo schools. The students (grades 4-8) were asked to write down and submit one question about alcohol or other drugs that they have. The prevention educators will then take a whole class period to answer the students' questions and shatter the myths!

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North Carolina

Lenoir County 4-H Prevention

Where:1791 Hwy. 11/55
Kinston, North Carolina
When: January 27, 2015
Brief Description: Provide youth with drug fact awareness information.

Together for Resilient Youth

Where:Various Elementary Middle, High Schools and NCCU
Durham, North Carolina
When: January 26, 2015, January 27, 2015, January 28, 2015, January 29, 2015, January 30, 2015, January 31, 2015, February 01, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 20 events. Schools across Durham, NC will make PA announcements every day, post on social media, create videos and posters. A rally will be held on Saturday 1/31/15. Faith Organizations will share information during Sunday Service on February 1, 2015 and have special prayer or a moment of silence.

Central Haywood High School

Where:3215 Broad Street
Clyde, North Carolina
When: January 26, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 5 events. I, the School Counselor and the School Psychologist are going to work together on presenting classroom lessons with our high school students the week of NDFW. We will be going in the classroom, using the resources I just requested from your website. We are also going to try and work on a poster campaign/assembly to end the week.

Anuvia Prevention and Recovery Center

Where:100 Billingsley Road
Charlotte, North Carolina
When: January 26, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 25 events. Anuvia's Prevention Department has prepared materials to be provided to all Charlotte-Mecklenburg School system's elementary, middle, and high schools. Each day, we have provided a fact to be shared with each respective school's students during the morning or afternoon announcements.

Pathway to Hope Ministries

Where:14 Legend Drive
Arden, North Carolina
When: January 28, 2015
Brief Description: Teen Group Session.

Dr. Trenette Clark Research Team, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, School of Social Work

Where:Carrboro High School
Carrboro, North Carolina
When: January 26, 2015
Brief Description: Local businesses have donated items such as pens, stickers , bags, etc. that will be packaged with NIDA literature and distributed at the high school during their lunch period.

Avery Co. 4-H Youth Development/Avery YO! Afterschool - Cranberry Middle

Where:6230 N. US Hwy. 19E
Elk Park, North Carolina
When: January 29, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 3 events. Youth will participate in at least 3 fun, interactive activities.

Avery County 4-H Youth Development/Avery YO! Afterschool - Avery Middle

Where:102 Montezuma Rd.
Newland, North Carolina
When: January 25, 2015
Brief Description: TBD

Personal NC

Where:Personal
Raleigh, North Carolina
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

Robeson Health Care Corporation (RHCC)

Where:308 E 5th Street
Lumberton, North Carolina
When: January 26, 2015, January 27, 2015, January 28, 2015, January 29, 2015, January 30, 2015, January 31, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 7 events. Inviting the community to create drug fact posters and post them to out Facebook page .

Southeastern Stokes Middle School

Where:1044 North Main Street
Walnut Cove, North Carolina
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

Butler High School

Where:1810 Matthews mint hill rd
Matthews, North Carolina
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

Carrboro High School

Where:201 Rock Haven Rd
Carrboro, North Carolina
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

Changed Choices

Where:P.O. Box 78614
Charlotte, North Carolina
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 2 events. We offer the NIDA Drug Facts week events in the Mecklenburg County Jail. Therefore, we cannot take photos or post events. This will be our 3rd year.

Wilkes Central High School Student Success

Where:1179 Moravian Falls Road
Wilkesboro, North Carolina
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Poster Campaign throughout our school.

Butler DREAM TEAM

Where:1810 Matthews Mint Hill Rd
Matthews, North Carolina
When: January 26, 2015, January 27, 2015, January 28, 2015, January 29, 2015, January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 5 events. Week long Art Contest, Morning announcements with drug facts, drug abuse video clips, Keep the Dog Pound Drug Free sports bags/water bottle handout/with drug information pamphlets on 10 different drugs handed out to students....visuals at lunches on the effects of drugs physically and emotionally. Handouts on some great videos that students can look up and the handouts have the links on them.

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North Dakota

New Rockford-Sheyenne High School SADD

Where:437 1st AVE N
New Rockford, North Dakota
When: January 26, 2015, January 27, 2015, January 28, 2015, January 29, 2015, January 31, 2015, February 01, 2015
Brief Description: We will be encouraging our SADD members and other members of our high school to complete the National Drug IQ Challenge drug facts trivial quiz.

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Ohio

The Link

Where:1100 North Street
Fremont, Ohio
When: January 26, 2015
Brief Description: Drug Fact Questions daily on FRTV.

Tolles Career and Technical Center

Where:7877 US 42 South
Plain City, Ohio
When: January 26, 2015, January 30, 2015
Brief Description: TBD

Vermilion Local Schools

Where:1250 Sanford Street
Vermilion, Ohio
When: January 26, 2015, January 27, 2015, January 28, 2015, January 29, 2015, January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 5 events. We will be doing a parent event, spirit week and poster contest/door decoration.

Dover High School Youth 2 Youth

Where:520 N. Walnut St.
Dover, Ohio
When: January 26, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 5 events. Y2Y will educate peers through fun activities all week such as dress up days Monday - Friday, The pHarming Effects presentation to student body as well as poster with drug facts through out the school

Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center

Where:3333 Burnet Ave.
Cincinnati, Ohio
When: January 26, 2015
Brief Description: Over 40 People of Color Wellness Alliance (POCWA) partners will provide classroom instruction using Drug Facts Week Materials. Emphasizes will be placed on the facts of drugs use and its consequences. In addition, US Attorney of Southern District of Ohio, Carter Stewart will help shatter the myths of the consequences surrounding drug use and abuse in an interview with the local Cincinnati Herald (Cincinnati's only African American Newspaper).

Ontario Substance Abuse Prevention Program

Where:457 Shelby-Ontario Rd.
Ontario , Ohio
When: January 26, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 3 events. We will be having presentations and trivia contests in our elementary, middle school and high schools.

Bath and Copley Police Departments

Where:Copley-Fairlawn Middle School
Copley, Ohio
When: January 28, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 5 events. Hidden In Plain Sight, a traveling exhibit, is an awareness program for parents and other adults. Throughout a display, designed to resemble a teenager's bedroom, are more than 150 items which may be indicative of a young person being involved in some risky, dangerous and possibly illegal activity. Adults are given time to browse and hands-on explore the exhibit. A PowerPoint presentation follows.

Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD)

Where:Ballard Brady Middle School
Pepper Pike, Ohio
When: January 26, 2015, January 27, 2015, January 28, 2015, January 29, 2015, January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 5 events. Drug facts and information each of the 5 days. Theme each day such as focus on refusal skills and peer pressure, "think before you drink" with information on becoming addicted to alcohol, natural highs-what we can do instead of drugs/alcohol to obtain "high'. Our group will speak during morning announcements each day and make posters to display throughout the school.

Eastern Local Brown High School

Where:11557 US Hwy 62
Winchester, Ohio
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 5 events. Student led by SADD and Student Wellness Council to provide following: Daily announcements over load speaker, pamphlets provided from NIDA, daily themes for dress/accessories, possible art contest, and chat day w/scientists registration complete.

SAGA Coalition

Where:1175 Birney Ln
Cincinnati, Ohio
When: January 26, 2015, January 27, 2015, January 28, 2015, January 29, 2015, January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 6 events. The SAGA Coalition will be coordinating two activities with 4 area high schools. SAGA will tweet drug facts throughout the week and school staff and students are encouraged to follow SAGA on twitter and retweet the facts. The students will also be encouraged to take the online National Drug IQ Challenge. Those students who participate will be entered to win gift cards.

Parkway Middle School

Where:400 Buckeye Street
Rockford, Ohio
When: January 26, 2015, January 27, 2015, January 28, 2015, January 29, 2015, January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 2 events. Not solid yet, but I know we will be doing announcements and posters. I am hoping to do an assembly with a speaker, but our funds are tight, so I don't know what I am going to do.

Tolles career center

Where:7877 us 42 south
Plain City, Ohio
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

Youth to Youth Int.

Where:547 E. 11th Ave.
Columbus, Ohio
When: January 28, 2015
Brief Description: Art Contest, students will compete in an social media art contest where they will make artwork that describes messages they have heard about ATOD.

P.L.A.Y. (People Leading America's Youth)

Where:252 3rd St Ne
Carrollton, Ohio
When: January 26, 2015, January 27, 2015, January 28, 2015, January 29, 2015, January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Students will be plastering drug facts all over their high school - trying to "shatter the myths" and get factual info out.

Eastern Local Brown School District

Where:11557 US Hwy 62
Winchester, Ohio
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

DEFY - Drug Education for Youth

Where:Tecumseh High School
New Carlisle, Ohio
When: January 26, 2015, January 27, 2015, January 28, 2015, January 29, 2015, January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 5 events. Poster campaign, choosing to live drug free because... Daily DEFY Drug Fact of the Day throughout the week with announcements

DEFY - Drug Education for Youth

Where:Tecumseh High School
New Carlisle, Ohio
When: January 23, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

McCromick Middle School

Where:201 South Main Street
Wellington, Ohio
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

Community Partnership of Summit County

Where:1100 Graham Road Circle
Stow, Ohio
When: January 26, 2015, January 27, 2015, January 28, 2015, January 29, 2015, January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 5 events. We will be conducting the National Drug IQ Challenge on our Facebook & Twitter accounts thoughout the week.

Southern Hills Career and Technical Center

Where:9193 Hamer Rd.
Georgetown, Ohio
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

Tecumseh High School

Where:9830 W. National Rd.
New Carlisle, Ohio
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

Lorain County JVS/CBI

Where:15181 State Route 58
Oberlin, Ohio
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

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Oklahoma

Sallisaw Youth Coalition

Where:204 JT Stites blvd.
Sallisaw, Oklahoma
When: January 26, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 3 events. Movie Night January 26th Watch How could this Happen A true story about Binge Drinking. During the week we will have posters around school and have announcements giving facts on drugs. Radio Ad

FCCLA - Kingfisher High School

Where:1500 S. 13th St.
Kingfisher, Oklahoma
When: January 26, 2015, January 27, 2015, January 28, 2015, January 29, 2015, January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 5 events. Brain development talked about in all FACS courses all week. LARGE main wall of the school covered in posters & information. Quiz passed out on lunch tables. Dum-dums with messages tied to them. 400 student 9-12 high school.

Operation Aware of Oklahoma Inc.

Where:Jenks and Beggs Middle Schools and Owasso RAM
Tulsa, Oklahoma
When: January 26, 2015, January 27, 2015, January 28, 2015, January 29, 2015, January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 5 events. Operation Aware will teach drug facts and distribute "Drugs:Shatter the Myths" booklets to around 1,000 7th and 8th grade students and one high school class. After each class Monday-Friday, Operation Aware students will be asked to write a drug fact on a note card. Students who "get their facts straight" will receive a ticket to a WNBA Tulsa Shock basketball game. Thank you Tulsa Shock!

Sallisaw NOW/SYC Sallisaw Youth Coalition

Where:Elm Street
Sallisaw, Oklahoma
When: January 29, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 3 events. After-school program at area Boys and girls club. 6 through 8th graders students will be doing a true and false (Marijuana and alcohol) activity with Sallisaw Youth Coalition students four students from High School that plan to go to the forum will be conducting the activity. Prizes and materials will be given out picture made and sent to area paper with article.

Kingston High School

Where:P. O. Box 370
Kingston, Oklahoma
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Chat Day.

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Oregon

Hillsboro Empowers Youth

Where:2000 SE Century Blvd.
Hillsboro, Oregon
When: January 29, 2015
Brief Description: Poster Contest and meeting.

Whiteaker Middle School

Where:1660 Lockhaven Dr NE
Keizer, Oregon
When: January 28, 2015
Brief Description: Poster contest.

Community Action Agency - Home Youth & Resource Center

Where:625 Union St. NE
Salem, Oregon
When: January 28, 2015, January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 7 events. Community Action Agency HOME Youth & Resource Center will conduct interviews in hopes to shatter the myth on drugs. The interviews will be presented in a video which will be presented at HOME and other educational facilities during the National DRUG FACTS week, January 26-February 1st, 2015. (The purpose of this project is to find out what and how much the peers/ community knows about drugs).

Union County Safe Communities Coalition

Where:1106 K Ave
La Grande, Oregon
When: January 26, 2015, January 27, 2015, January 28, 2015, January 29, 2015, January 30, 2015, January 31, 2015, February 01, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 5 events. Coalition facebook/community scavenger hunt, drug facts trivia.

Barbara Cofer Stoefen

Where:www.facebook.com/BarbaraCoferStoefen
Bend, Oregon
When: January 26, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 5 events. I am a drug prevention activist in Oregon and on the board of directors of 3 coalitions. I am also the published author of A Very Fine House: A Mother's Story of Love, Faith and Crystal Meth. Each day during Drug Facts Week, I will post a graphic on my author Facebook page with a stated fact about drugs of abuse.

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Pennsylvania

Bellefonte Area Middle School

Where:100 North School Street
Bellefonte, Pennsylvania
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Participate in Drug Facts Chat Day.

CANDLE INC. / Reality Tour

Where:Westmoreland County Courthouse
Greensburg, Pennsylvania
When: January 27, 2015
Brief Description: A three hour presentation of the Reality Tour, a parent and child drug prevention program. Program includes dramatic scenes, Q&A with law enforcement and people in recovery as well as a presentation on emerging drug trends and what you can do as a family to prevent drug use.

Pennsylvania Highlands Community College

Where:101 Community College Way
Johnstown, Pennsylvania
When: January 26, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 5 events. In conjunction with the College's Drug & Alcohol Abuse Prevention Plan initiatives, we will hold an awareness week across all campus sites wherein tables will be set up with resources and pamphlets in support of National Drug Facts Week and Penn Highlands' commitment to a drug-free environment; as well as the health and wellness of our students, the College at large and our community.

Pennsylvania SADD State Office

Where:2413 North Front St
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
When: January 26, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 40 events. Organization will send out media release about NDFW to all PA SADD Chapters and report activities.

The Council Rock Coaltion for Healthy Youth

Where:The Chancellor Center
Newtown, Pennsylvania
When: January 27, 2015, January 28, 2015, January 29, 2015, January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 7 events. Students will participate in the Drug Facts Chat. Morning announcements will be made daily during the week and posters with facts will be posted.

Kacie's Cause Parkesburg Chapter

Where:Octorara Middle School
Atglen, Pennsylvania
When: January 29, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 3 events. Kacie's Cause has shown Octorara High School and Middle School students videos on drug abuse and followed through by handing out the Shatter The Myths book to the students. We have also had assemblies for the students and then for the parents. For National Drug Facts Week, we will have 5th and 6th grade students make up teams and perform Truth or False Skits about drugs information they read from Shatter The myths and then have someone explain why it is true or false.

Wallenpaupack SADD

Where:2552 Rt 6
Hawley, Pennsylvania
When: January 26, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 2 events. Our SADD chapter is using our SADD Kiosk to show videos and provide information regarding the dangers of drug use. We also had a project in all health classes to make an anti-drug song and fact sheet.

SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions)

Where:North Allegheny Senior High School
Wexford, Pennsylvania
When: January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 3 events. Awareness through sidewalk chalk and bake sale; possibly also a social media campaign.

Cean Teens

Where:2601 Grandview Blvd. 1960
West Lawn, Pennsylvania
When: January 26, 2015, January 27, 2015, January 28, 2015, January 29, 2015, January 30, 2015
Brief Description: Hosting 5 events. Clean Teens members will video tape drug facts PSA's and televise on morning announcements. Spirit week Mon-Fri for all high school students.