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Tweet from: NU HPaW

Tweet from: NU HPaW

Vaping is NOT a risk-free alternative to smoking. #ndafw #vaping #wellness

Tweet from: County of Sussex

Tweet from: County of Sussex

The National Institute on Drug Abuse has extensive resources and articles listed related to substance abuse/recovery and coronavirus. COVID-19 is another very good reason to stop vaping. Check out their webpage at https://drugabuse.gov/related-topics/covid-19-resources… Stay well, stay safe, stay home #NDAFW

Tweet from: Guide Inc. & GTI

Tweet from: Guide Inc. & GTI

Underage drinking is risky because the brain is not yet finished developing. As a result, teens may act impulsively and do things they would not do under normal circumstances. To learn more about alcohol’s effects on the brain, visit http://savebrains.org. #NDAFW

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Tweet from: Live Free! Pinellas

Tweet from: Live Free! Pinellas

Check out another great resource! Empowering Teens: NIDA Toolkit for Out of School Time #NDAFW

Tweet from: Drug Free Charlotte County

Tweet from: Drug Free Charlotte County

 

Not only is it #NDAFW, today marks the beginning of #alcoholawareness Month. For more facts about alcohol, check out the link provided by @NIAAAnews

Tweet from: Vols Help Vols

Tweet from: Vols Help Vols

Mixing these can mask the effects of the other making it difficult to measure intoxication level. Reduce unwanted outcomes of substances by avoiding mixing. #NDAFW #CHEWonThis

Tweet from: UWBC Commission

Tweet from: UWBC Commission

Let's "Shatter the Myths". There are many activities that teens, parents and teachers can do that don't involve leaving the house. Join in the #NDAFW fun by participating in sharing the facts on social media. 

Tweet from: GloucesterTwpPolice

Tweet from: GloucesterTwpPolice

Day 2 of the National Drug and Alcohol Facts Week® Challenge is underway! Hey Teens- Print & take a picture holding the poster. Then email it to: communityrelations@gtpolice.com **pictures will be posted on social media! *** #NDAFW #TogetherWeCan #COVID #GTPD

Tweet from: Fisher Health

Tweet from: Fisher Health

One of the biggest myths related to drugs and alcohol is the notion that, “everyone is doing it.” According to the latest data from the Monitoring the Future Survey, we know that’s just not true for college students. #NDAFW

Tweet from: Dr. Emmeline Edwards

Tweet from: Dr. Emmeline Edwards

I pledge to #ShatterTheMyths because addiction is not a moral failing. Addiction impairs specific brain circuits resulting in clinical and behavioral consequences. #NDAFW @NIDAnews

Tweet from: Beyond Belief

Tweet from: Beyond Belief

While Social Distancing - Stay Healthy and Make Good Choices #TBBBF #NDAFW #InspireChange #Refuse

Tweet from: Minority Health

Tweet from: Minority Health

It’s National Drug and Alcohol Facts Week! Take some time to test your knowledge with the National Drug and Alcohol Quiz with your teens and learn something new together! https://bit.ly/3du5M86 #NDAFW #Opioids

Tweet from: Dr. David Shurtleff

Tweet from: Dr. David Shurtleff

I want to #ShatterTheMyths because natural does not necessarily mean safer or better. Even drugs derived from plants can contain chemical compounds that may be addictive or toxic. #NDAFW @NIDAnews

Tweet from: Health World

Tweet from: Health World

NIDA Director Dr. Nora Volkow celebrates 10 years of #NDAFW and shares how you can get involved online as we go virtual for #SocialDistancing.

Tweet from: DCCCA

Tweet from: DCCCA

Teens that drink alcohol have an increased risk of developing alcohol disorder later in life. National Drug and Alcohol Facts Week. #NDAFW

Tweet from: Montcalm Prevention

Tweet from: Montcalm Prevention

It's officially National Drug & Alcohol Facts Week! SADD and NIDAnews both have an incredible lineup of virtual #NDAFW opportunities to take advantage of all week long!

Tweet from: MCDAC Youth Advisory

Tweet from: MCDAC Youth Advisory

It’s National Drug & Alcohol Facts Week! We will be tweeting facts all week so stay tuned & become INFORMED! #ndafw

Tweet from: BHAP

Tweet from: BHAP

It's National Drug and Alcohol Facts Week #NDAFW #Addiction #treatment

Tweet from: McAlister Institute

Tweet from: McAlister Institute

Today marks the start of @NIDAnews' National Drug and Alcohol Facts Week! #DidYouKnow that the percentage of teens who drink has decreased over the last 10 years? #NDAFW. To learn more, visit https://teens.drugabuse.gov...

Tweet from: CPYD Coalition

Tweet from: CPYD Coalition

NDAFW is a national health observance linking teens to science-based facts about drugs and alcohol. Stay tuned next week for more! #ShatterTheMyths #PreventionWorks #NationalDrugAndAlcoholFactsWeek

Tweet from: CRDC Prevention

Tweet from: CRDC Prevention

Next week is National Drug and Alcohol Facts week. Join us along with hundreds of others working in Prevention starting March 30. Follow #NDAFW on Twitter all week #crdcprevention

Tweet from: Kahoot!

Tweet from: Kahoot!

National Drug and Alcohol Facts Week® (#NDAFW) is just around the corner. Help your teens at home learn the facts about drugs and alcohol with this collection of thought-provoking kahoots from @NIDANews #distancelearning

SADD Nation 2020

Tweet from: SADD Nation

#NDAFW is a week where we do our part to SHATTER THE MYTHS® about substance use & addiction with our partners, @NIDAnews. This year's events may look different as we host events virtually, but #COVID19 cannot stop our advocacy efforts!

Tweet from: TN Together

Tweet from: TN Together

#Students, parents & caregivers! This year National Drug & Alcohol Facts Week will be hosting a number of activities that can be done from home! NDAFW begins on March 30th kicking off the event with a #Tweetstorm.

Tweet from: Drug Free Youth DC

Tweet from: Drug Free Youth DC

#NDAFW: Prescription Drug misuse has increased over the past few years. This trend has been affecting adults, teens & young adults. It’s important to have open conversations about the risks associated with prescription pills and opioids.

Tweet from: DEA HQ

Tweet from: DEA HQ

Join us and @NIDAnews next week for National Drug and Alcohol Facts Week! #NDAFW will provide facts about helping teens fight drug and alcohol temptation. Learn more. https://justthinktwice.gov/article/ndafw-march-30-april-5-2020

Tweet from: NNPHI

Tweet from: NNPHI

Register your National Drug and Alcohol Facts Week activities and get free resources from @NIDAnews to help with planning. #NDAFW is March 30–April 5, 2020. http://bit.ly/3aErlke

Tweet from: 3rd Mil Classrooms

Tweet from: 3rd Mil Classrooms

Register now for the National Drugs & Alcohol Chat Day on Wednesday, April 1, 2020. It’s part of National Drug and Alcohol Facts Week® (NDAFW) and conducted by the National Institute on Drug Abuse.

Tweet from: Informed Families

Tweet from: Informed Families

#Teachers: are you looking for #lessonplans for National Drug & Alcohol Facts Week? @NIDAnews has got you covered: https://hubs.ly/H0nHYrT0. #NDAFW #prevention

Tweet from: TC-DFCC

Tweet from: TC-DFCC

While NIDA has cancelled Web Chat Day on April 1 because of COVID-19, there are still lots of online activities available for schools that are closed or operating remotely, including new Kahoot! games. Visit the NDAFW website for a complete list.

Tweet from: Prescription Drug Safety Network

Tweet from: Prescription Drug Safety Network

This #NDAFW, equip students with the facts and kickstart their health and wellness journey.

Tweet from: Natural High

Tweet from: Natural High

According to NIDA, 128 people die from an opioid overdose every day in the United States...
#drugfacts #NIDAteens #NDAFW #livenaturallyhigh

Tweet from: Addiction Policy Forum
Facebook post from: NE Prevention Resource Center

Facebook post from: NE Prevention Resource Center

Join us and @NIDANIH to help teens SHATTER THE MYTHS about drugs and alcohol... #NDAFW is March 30–April 5, 2020.

Facebook post from: Turning Point CT

Facebook post from: Turning Point CT

Join NIDA for teens National Drug and Alcohol Facts Week (NDAFW), on March 30 - April 5, 2020 to SHATTER THE MYTHS about drugs and alcohol. Check out their events map to find a location near you!

Tweet from: HC Coalition

Tweet from: HC Coalition

National Drug Facts Week is March 30 - April 5, 2020. National Drug and Alcohol Facts Week® (NDAFW), an annual health observance week, connects teens with experts to SHATTER THE MYTHS® about drugs and alcohol...

Facebook post from: Ohio Mental Health & Addiction Services

Facebook post from: Ohio MHAS

... (#NDAFW) 2020! NDAFW is a week-long health observance dedicated to providing youth with the facts about how drugs and alcohol affect the brain, body, and behavior.

Tweet from: Mt Vernon Family Therapy

Tweet from: Mt Vernon Family Therapy

Some people laugh about being drunk or high. But making fun of drug and alcohol abuse overlooks real suffering... Learn the facts during National Drug and Alcohol Facts Week so you can stay happy and healthy #NDAFW

Tweet from: TASC

Tweet from: TASC

Every year, the National Institute on Drug Abuse for Teens hosts National Drug and Alcohol Facts Week® (NDAFW) in order to raise awareness about teen drug and alcohol abuse...

Tweet from: Youthdotgov

Tweet from: Youthdotgov

Myth or fact? Marijuana today is stronger than it was in the past.@NIDAnews@NIAAAnews#NDAFW

Tweet from: ASCA

Tweet from: ASCA

Register your National Drug and Alcohol Facts Week activities and get free resources from @NIDAnews to help with planning. #NDAFW is March 30–April 5, 2020.

Tweet from: ASHA

Tweet from: ASHA

Did you know National Drug and Alcohol Facts Week® (NDAFW) is coming up? Whether this is your first time participating or you’re looking for new ideas to enhance your event, join @NIDAnews on Feb. 26th for a webinar on planning your #NDAFW activities.

Facebook post from: HELP Committee of Havre

Facebook post from: HELP Committee of Havre

Be a part of National Drug & Alcohol Facts Week March 30-April 3. For fun and FREE content for your class or program, or to find educational events happening in our community click here: https://www.drugabuse.gov/…/national-drug-alcohol-facts-wee…

Facebook post from: Project Stomp

Facebook post from: Project Stomp

Let’s Put Iowa on the Map for National Drug and Alcohol Facts Week (NDAFW)! Project STOMP Affiliates can be the first to put Iowa on the NDAFW event map by registering community events!... 

Tweet from: The Partnership

Tweet from: The Partnership

Be a Part of National Drug and Alcohol Facts Week March 30 - April 5! #NDAFW

Tweet from: MHHS

Tweet from: MHHS

Register your National Drug and Alcohol Facts Week activities and get free resources from NIDAnews to help with planning. #NDAFW is March 30–April 5, 2020.

Tweet from: SAE & Associates

Tweet from: SAE & Associates

Register Now for National Drug and Alcohol Facts Week® (NDAFW) in March