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Write a Song To Promote Healthy Decisions

October 29, 2013  /  Sara Bellum

Recently, NIDA met with its Teen Advisory Group—a group of diverse teens from around the country—to talk about pop culture, celebrities, and drugs. Read More »

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Teen Songwriters Honored for National Drug Facts Week

March 07, 2013  /  Sara Bellum

As part of NIDA’s 2013 National Drug Facts Week, the GRAMMY Foundation and MusiCares selected five teens as winners of the “Teens! Read More »

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GRAMMY Contest: Teens Sing Stories of Addiction

November 29, 2011  /  Sara Bellum

Three teens used music to turn the destruction of drug abuse and addiction into music and hope. Read More »

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Singing Out Against Drugs: ROCKSTAR SUPERSTAR PROJECT, Part 1

June 28, 2011  /  Sara Bellum

This is your chance to be a star. Enter the 2011 Teen Substance Abuse Awareness Through Music contest, hosted by the GRAMMY Foundation and MusiCares in collaboration with the National Institute on Drug Abuse. Read More »

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Drug Free State of Mind Stars go Backstage at a GRAMMY Rehearsal

April 28, 2011  /  Sara Bellum

When the first-place prize was announced “you could hear the screams all the way down the hall.” That’s the word from Zac Lovett, Dae’ Vion Caves, Jordan Adkins, and Farrell Terry, who won top prize in the MusiCares® and GRAMMY Foundation's® Teen Substance Abuse Awareness through Music Contest. Read More »

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