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Our 2020 Events Map features all of the events and activities taking place during National Drug and Alcohol Facts Week® to SHATTER THE MYTHS® of drugs and drug use.

The orange icon orange circles indicate organizations that are holding multiple events. The green icon green circles indicate organizations that are holding single events. Click on the circle in your state to see event details or use the [+/- bar image here] to zoom in.

Events Registered: 2,732


Alabama

Council On Substance Abuse-NCADD

Where: 828 Forest Ave
Montgomery, Alabama
Brief Description: A faculty/parents vs students basketball game for middle school. Students will get information all week long on drugs and alcohol then get a chance to win prizes.
Number of Events: 5

Zion Fountain African Methodist Episcopal Church Brewton, Al. 36426

Where: 505 Sowell Road
Brewton, Alabama
Brief Description: A day of panel discussion. Booths with handouts. Event speakers. 1. Professional Speaker. 2. A person in Recovery. From 5th graders to adults. We will partner with the Drug Education Council Mobile AL. The city of Brewton. thamesministries@gmail.com. PROS Inc.
Number of Events: 3

Partnership for a Drug-Free Community

Where: 2201 Clinton Ave W.
Huntsville, Alabama
Brief Description: We will be working with teens to spread the word about Partnership programs, based on the Shatter the Myths information.
Number of Events: 1

JBS Mental Health Authority- Hillcrest Youth Peer Program

Where: 6869 5th Avenue South
Birmingham, Alabama
Brief Description: Distribution of pamphlets and brochures as well as setting up an informational table with information about national drug and alcohol week and general information regarding alcohol and other drugs and their affect on distinct populations for the purpose of informing and educating those we serve in addition to staff.
Number of Events: 2

Baldwin County Community Alliance

Where: 372 S Greeno Rd
Fairhope , Alabama
Brief Description: The BCCA will host a contest for Baldwin County students to create posters, power point presentations, fact pages, dances, videos, etc to learn Facts vs Myths related to ATOD. All entries will be entered into a drawing to win a prize pack. The BCCA will also organize a fact scavenger hunt The BCCA will post facts and questions daily on our Facebook page
Number of Events: 3

SpectraCare Health Systems

Where: 440 Honeysuckle Rd
Dothan, Alabama
Brief Description: We will post on Facebook three drug facts a day, Monday through Sunday of that week. The posts will be set to post at breakfast, lunch, and dinner time. We are calling the campaign "Mealtime Moments."
Number of Events: 21

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Alaska

VOA Alaska in collaboration with Covenant House Alaska

Where: 755 A Street
Anchorage, Alaska
Brief Description: We will do an assembly style type project where we build 250 - 500 Narcan Kits (however many we can construct in the 2 hours). After the build, we will present how to use the Narcan when a circumstance arises.
Number of Events: 1

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Arizona

Yavapai

Where: 1100 E Sheldon Street
Prescott, Arizona
Brief Description: We plan on holding a mini half day Conference with a speaker and a presentation, from about 12-4. We also plan on have a promotional chalk wall that students can write different facts on, with posters and other information on this wall as well.
Number of Events: 2

Chandler High School

Where: 350 N Arizona Ave
Chandler, Arizona
Brief Description: We set up lunch tables during both lunches and have kids fill out papers about why they want to shatter the myths about drugs and alcohol.
Number of Events: 2

Northland Pioneer College

Where: 4 Campuses, 5 Centers
Holbrook, Arizona
Brief Description: Exhibits at each campus library and center library provide educational materials and referral listing for assistance in the communities we serve
Number of Events: 9

Arizona SADD

Where: Address not known yet
Phoenix, Arizona
Brief Description: Social media posts, social media influencer, Share Rise of Vaping, and Participate in the SADD/NIDA chat.
Number of Events: 3

Yavapai College

Where: 1100 E Sheldon Street
Prescott, Arizona
Brief Description: We plan to have a 3 day "graffiti wall" on campus with fact cards, local & national resources.
Number of Events: 2

Arcadia High School

Where: 4703 e indian school rd
phoenix, Arizona
Brief Description: 9-12th graders will receive facts, information, and resources throughout the week. We will have a health resource fair with outside community members coming to a lunch time activity to help share with students the resources available to them in the community and how to get involved. Facts will be presented every morning during morning announcements. Lunch time activity.
Number of Events: 2

LPKNC

Where: 3980 e. Columbia St
Tucson, Arizona
Brief Description: Still working on this
Number of Events: 4

Amistades, Inc.

Where: 5501 N. Oracle Rd.
Tucson, Arizona
Brief Description: Amistades staff will be organizing and facilitating a series of substance abuse prevention workshops and activities for youth and parents in the Tucson community. Parents will receive information and tools for the prevention of alcohol and drug use among youth. Youth in high and middle school will participate in substance abuse prevention jeopardy and loteria during their sessions. Amistades has partnered with Sunnyside Unified School District and Tucson Unified School District to implement these activities.
Number of Events: 8

Native Americans for Community Action Youth DIS (Diversity of Individual Self) Collective

Where: 2717 N. Steves Blvd. Suite 11
FLAGSTAFF, Arizona
Brief Description: Social Media campaign on prevention material with the topic of addiction science and the developing teen brain.
Number of Events: 7

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Arkansas

Crowley's Ridge Development Council

Where: Harrisburg High School Fine Arts Center
Harrisburg, Arkansas
Brief Description: Community awareness meeting to discuss drugs affecting youth and families in the county. As a public meeting, it is open to everyone. We are holding it in an auditorium at the high school and also inviting students to bring their parents. We are partnering with local law enforcement and the Hometown Health Coalition to sponsor this event.
Number of Events: 1

Fordyce High School

Where: 100 Redbug Blvd
Fordyce, Arkansas
Brief Description: Students 7-12 Information given during life skills class for this week Games, activities
Number of Events: 1

Community Service inc.

Where: 1505 S Oswego Avenue
Russellville, Arkansas
Brief Description: Social media campaign
Number of Events: 1

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Armed Forces Europe

SHAPE American International School

Where: The High School
Mons, Armed Forces Europe
Brief Description: We will be having daily activities during the lunch hour on site at the High School
Number of Events: 4

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California

Plumas County Public Health Agency

Where: 270 County Hospital Road, Suite # 206
Quincy, California
Brief Description: We will play Jeopardy and do a campaign against vaping.
Number of Events: 4

Steele Canyon High School Friday Night Live

Where: 12440 Campo Road
Spring Valley, California
Brief Description: We will reach campus wide and community via Instagram and school website and the school broadcast
Number of Events: 2

Sierra Community Medical Foundation

Where: 4220 Rocklin Road
Rocklin, California
Brief Description: We plan to have guest speaker whom will provide education prevention and Naloxone distribution. Also, there will be a booth at the event handing out educational fliers and pamphlets. Both Middle and High School students will attend the event. We will try and collaborate with Tahoe Truckee Future Without Drug Dependence.
Number of Events: 2

Crittenton Services for Children and Families

Where: 801 E. Chapman Ave. #203
Fullerton, California
Brief Description: We plan to be a committed social media partner for National Drug & Alchohol Facts Week by actively promoting the observation, chat day and all other online activities associated with the observation. This is a perfect opportunity to create continued awareness about these issues with our social media followers. We also plan to conduct internal educational events with all of our current clients (youth and their families) using our residential treatment and outpatient mental health programming and collect photography from those sessions to help promote the weeklong social media campaign.
Number of Events: 5

San Benito County Opioid Task Force

Where: 351 Tres Pinos Road
Hollister, California
Brief Description: We plan to hold a social media campaign geared towards parents for information on drugs, addiction science and the developing brain, and opioids and other Rx pain relievers.
Number of Events: 5

VICTORY CHAPEL YOUTH

Where: 4206 WEST DAKOTA
FRESNO, California
Brief Description: YOUTH EDUCATION PROGRAM, CHURCH BASED GROUP. TEENAGE CHURCH. AGE 14 -20
Number of Events: 2

Crittenton Services for Children and Families

Where: 801 E. Chapman Ave
Fullerton, California
Brief Description: This will be a weeklong social media campaign. So our social reach totals about 5,000 on all of our channels. All age ranges and different stakeholder groups follow and engage with us on a daily basis.
Number of Events: 1

SADD California

Where: 540 N Central Avenue
Glendale, California
Brief Description: On 3/30/2020 thru April 5th, participate in the SADD #MyHigh challenge by stating ways to have fun without alcohol and drugs. Audience is students, parent, other subject matter organizations.
Number of Events: 6

Carmel High School

Where: PO Box 222780
Carmel, California
Brief Description: Still working this out. Right now it will be a campaign and activities in my classes but hope to at least bring facts and awareness to the entire school and community. Hopefully an art contest.
Number of Events: 3

SADD SLC

Where: 17230 Ardath Ave
Torrance, California
Brief Description: Participating in three activities. (1) SADD/# MyHigh Challenge. (2) Social media influencer - sharing all SADD social media posts during the week. (3) Participating in the SADD SADD/NIDA chat on April 5th.
Number of Events: 3

Mt. Carmel High School

Where: 9550 Carmel Mountain Road
San Diego, California
Brief Description: Grades 9-12, Educational information provided to staff for sharing with students, communications with Parents via email messages.
Number of Events: 6

Juniper Elementary

Where: 375 Ellis St
Reddding, California
Brief Description: I will make drug facts the focus of our morning rally and assign various assignments throughout the week, while holding space and time for classroom discussions
Number of Events: 20

SADD

Where: 3620 W 182nd
Torrance, California
Brief Description: This is a town hall event which will be held at our chapter meeting, however the whole school will be invited to come. It will address the vaping crisis our students face by educating them on effects and hidden costs.
Number of Events: 1

Students Against Destructive Decisions

Where: 28004 S Western Ave
San Pedro, California
Brief Description: Participating in three activities.  (1) SADD/# MyHigh Challenge. (2) Social media influencer -  sharing all SADD social media posts during the week.  (3) Participating in the SADD SADD/NIDA chat on April 5th.
Number of Events: 3

Students Against Destructive Decisions

Where: 3620 W 182nd
Torrance , California
Brief Description: (1) SADD/# MyHigh Challenge. (2) Social media influencer -  sharing all SADD social media posts during the week.  (3) Participating in the SADD SADD/NIDA chat on April 5th.
Number of Events: 3

Students against destructive decisions

Where: 17651 Loganberry Rd
Carson, California
Brief Description: (1) SADD/# MyHigh Challenge. (2) Social media influencer -  sharing all SADD social media posts during the week.  (3) Participating in the SADD SADD/NIDA chat on April 5th.
Number of Events: 3

Students Against Destructive Decisions

Where: 18567 Ermanita Ave
Torrance, California
Brief Description: Participating in three activities.  (1) SADD/# MyHigh Challenge. (2) Social media influencer -  sharing all SADD social media posts during the week.  (3) Participating in the SADD SADD/NIDA chat on April 5th.
Number of Events: 3

Students Against Destructive Decisions

Where: 17107 Illinois Court
Torrance, California
Brief Description: Participating in three activities.  (1) SADD/# MyHigh Challenge. (2) Social media influencer -  sharing all SADD social media posts during the week.  (3) Participating in the SADD SADD/NIDA chat on April 5th
Number of Events: 3

Students Against Destructive Decisions

Where: 3902 W 178th St
Torrance, California
Brief Description: Participating in three activities.  (1) SADD/# MyHigh Challenge. (2) Social media influencer -  sharing all SADD social media posts during the week.  (3) Participating in the SADD SADD/NIDA chat on April 5th
Number of Events: 3

Students Against Destructive Decisions

Where: 17230 Ardath Ave
Torrance , California
Brief Description: Participating in three activities.  (1) SADD/# MyHigh Challenge. (2) Social media influencer -  sharing all SADD social media posts during the week.  (3) Participating in the SADD SADD/NIDA chat on April 5th
Number of Events: 3

Students Against Destructive Decisions

Where: 17230 Ardath Ave
Torrance , California
Brief Description: Participating in three activities.  (1) SADD/# MyHigh Challenge. (2) Social media influencer -  sharing all SADD social media posts during the week.  (3) Participating in the SADD SADD/NIDA chat on April 5th.
Number of Events: 3

Students Against Destructive Decisions

Where: 3901 W 187th Sta
Torrance , California
Brief Description: Participating in three activities.  (1) SADD/# MyHigh Challenge. (2) Social media influencer -  sharing all SADD social media posts during the week.  (3) Participating in the SADD SADD/NIDA chat on April 5th.
Number of Events: 3

Students Against Destructive Decisions

Where: 24848 Cassia Ct
Corona , California
Brief Description: Participating in three activities.  (1) SADD/# MyHigh Challenge. (2) Social media influencer -  sharing all SADD social media posts during the week.  (3) Participating in the SADD SADD/NIDA chat on April 5th.
Number of Events: 3

Mountain Empire Athletic League

Where: 2795 La Posta Rd
CAMPO, California
Brief Description: Substance abuse of awareness opivids, RX pills Heroin, marijuana
Number of Events: 4

Fullerton College SOBER Club

Where: Fullerton College
Fullerton, California
Brief Description: SOBER Club will have a table with information. I am planning to partner with our campus health center and an organization called Way Makers.
Number of Events: 1

El Centro Police Department

Where: 1194
EL CENTRO, California
Brief Description: daily fact rollout with regard to drug and alcohol awareness, education and prevention.
Number of Events: 7

Joan MacQueen Middle School

Where: 2001 Tavern Rd.
Alpine, California
Brief Description: Lunch information table and game.
Number of Events: 1

Natural High

Where: 7881-A Drury Lane
La Jolla, California
Brief Description: Natural High’s Award-Winning content features free Common Core-aligned curriculum to engage students in critical dialogues about the importance of making positive life choices and avoiding drug and alcohol abuse. We’ve curated 6 storyteller videos from our library of celebrity influencers, and 7 student activities to help your students build a strong foundation for prevention. Our program is evidence-based and makes use of current, scientific findings on youth behavior, brain development, social norming, and substance abuse prevention. And, it’s always free!
Number of Events: 1

Natural High

Where: http://bit.ly/NIDAlink2020
La Jolla, California
Brief Description: Natural High’s Award-Winning content features free Common Core-aligned curriculum to engage students in critical dialogues about the importance of making positive life choices and avoiding drug and alcohol abuse. We’ve curated 6 storyteller videos from our library of celebrity influencers, and 7 student activities to help your students build a strong foundation for prevention. Our program is evidence-based and makes use of current, scientific findings on youth behavior, brain development, social norming, and substance abuse prevention. And, it’s always free!
Number of Events: 7

Trinity Christian School

Where: 5225 Hilldale Blvd
Sacramento, California
Brief Description: Grades 6-12; Drug awareness- vaping, marijuana, alcohol
Number of Events: 1

walnut park middle school/social justice academy

Where: 7500 Marbrisa Ave
Walnut Park, California
Brief Description: graffitti wall for students, classroom presentations, carnival with games promoting resiliency and drug prevention knowledge, daily announcements of drug facts over the intercom,
Number of Events: 4

Steele Canyon High School

Where: 12440 Campo Road
Spring Valley, California
Brief Description: Our SCHS Chapter of San Diego County Friday Night Live, AKA Club Rise - is promoting Tobacco-Free Kids with our own annual “Cougars Kick Ash” this week! Check out the daily SCTV Broadcast for educational and prevention centered information. Students will also participate in a dress up spirit week as well as lunchtime activities in the quad. SD Nights will be on campus Thursday 3/12 afterschool for another SAFE Tailgate for students with FREE food, fun and a video game truck. There will be Natural High activities in Cougar Den as well as a finale on Friday with lunchtime performances. Check out our instagram: @club.rise #takedowntobacco #novape #FlavorsHookKids
Number of Events: 3

Bridgeville Elementary

Where: 38717 Kneeland Road
Bridgeville , California
Brief Description: The in class activities will consist of the many games and videos available on the NIDA website. Students will review reading materials and compare and discuss information provided to their prior knowledge. We will generate questions and contact NIDA on chat day. We will hang the posters in the community center and cafeteria. Students will construct drug awareness related infographics. Considering these events: Sidewalk Art Contest, Slam Poetry, Lunch n' Learn, Drug Facts Challenge, Chat Day, Addiction and Art, Teens Speak out, Virtual game
Number of Events: 4

Mission Neighborhood Resource Center

Where: 165 Capp St.
San Francisco, California
Brief Description: Health Fair on June 6th to inform our population (mainly the homeless) about taking better care of themselves.
Number of Events: 27

UCSD Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Where: Access, Inc.
San Diego, California
Brief Description: 1) An opening play about alcohol and drug addiction 2) A presentation on alcohol and underage drinking 3) Volunteer-facilitated discussion of the media’s depiction of alcohol use and abuse 4) Jeopardy game to facilitate learning and explain the difference between myths and facts 5) Ending discussion session where audiences can share their thoughts/opinions about the event and potentially how this exposure may help them personally. 1) Provide the connection between science and teens to invalidate the myths about alcohol and drugs represented by the media 2) Provide knowledge and answer questions about the uses and effects of alcohol and drugs 3) Educate local teenagers, their friends and families on alcohol and drug abuse to feel empowered to take preventive actions against alcohol or drug abuse, and spread the word in the community.
Number of Events: 2

Shasta Union High School District Health & Wellness Center

Where: 2500 Eureka Way
Redding, California
Brief Description: We have held "Mental Health Week" for the past 3 years for our student body in conjunction with our HOSA club and Public Health. This would be a great event for our new Wellness Club to hold during the week(s) prior to mental health week. We have several TV's at our disposal all over campus that can run educational materials and have several students who can run challenges, hang posters, etc.
Number of Events: 3

Redwood Prep Charter School

Where: 1480 Ross Hill Rd
Fortuna, California
Brief Description: We want to host an assembly with guest speakers and information for the students.
Number of Events: 1

Bernardo Heights Middle School

Where: 12990 Paseo Lucido
San Diego , California
Brief Description: We are still In the planning phase, but we intend on conducting a couple of different activities on campus that way for our middle school students. We have an anti-drug alcohol and tobacco club on campus that will host a guest speaker for their club after school that week. We also plan to partner with the high school next-door to have some fun activities during lunch that will include games and trivia to bust current myths.
Number of Events: 5

Bernardo Heights Middle School

Where: 12990 Paseo Lucido
San Diego , California
Brief Description: We are still In the planning phase, but we intend on conducting a couple of different activities on campus that way for our middle school students. We have an anti-drug alcohol and tobacco club on campus that will host a guest speaker for their club after school that week. We also plan to partner with the high school next-door to have some fun activities during lunch that will include games and trivia to bust current myths.
Number of Events: 5

Pueblo Y Salud, Inc

Where: 1024 N Maclay Ave
San Fernando , California
Brief Description: We will have several social media posts with facts and stats related to substance use among youth. Will have a high on life campaign showcasing ways youth can relieve stress and pass time.
Number of Events: 5

CSUN iSTART Program

Where: 18111 Nordhoff St
Northridge, California
Brief Description: We will be compiling posts (factual and preventative) regarding alcohol, nicotine, marijuana, prescription drugs, and illicit drugs and posting them on our Instagram page with the NIDA logo, our iSTART logo, the SAMHSA logo, and CSUN's logo. This will be a social media campaign targeting CSUN students with the aim of raising awareness of substance use issues on campus and in the college student population in general.
Number of Events: 14

Beach Cities Partnership for Youth Campaign

Where: 1200 Del Amo St.
Redondo Beach, California
Brief Description: The #EscapetheVape Campaign is a peer-to-peer effort to encourage students against vaping and e-cigarette use. Beach Cities Health District Youth Advisory Council developed and voted on funny, eye-catching slogans to expose the ugly truths about vaping. The Youth Advisory Council selected the top 4 slogans, and researched evidence to support them. The slogans were printed on small post cards to be shared throughout the middle and high school campuses in Hermosa Beach, Manhattan Beach and Redondo Beach. All four slogans were printed on a large poster for classrooms, bathrooms, office doors and other locations. In addition to the poster and post card campaign, members of the Youth Advisory Council gave a PhotoVoice presentation to members of the Redondo Beach and Manhattan Beach Parent Teacher Associations. We also hosted a speaker series event for parents titled "Vaping in 2020: What Parents Need to Know" in partnership with South Bay Families Connected. A local pediatrician hosted a training for Nurses and Health Aides on vaping nicotine and marijuana.
Number of Events: 8

Mothers Against Drunk Driving & Friday Night Live

Where: Instagram @MADDCalifornia and @LACountyFNL
Los Angeles, California
Brief Description: MADD California is going live on Instagram with LA County Friday Night Live (FNL) and Whittier High School FNL President Johnathan Saca to test you drug IQ and give you some afternoon tunes.
Number of Events: 1

Day One

Where: 175 N Euclid Ave
PASADENA, California
Brief Description: Social Media campaign to educate youth about AOD.
Number of Events: 1

Center for Scholars and Storytellers

Where: University of California, Los Angeles
Westwood, Los Angeles, California
Brief Description: Our event will engage adolescents and content creators using informational videos about the dangers of vaping and quizzes to test the knowledge of our viewers. https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1Jt57olFpodYlzSWSd6BKDqY19CL_aPIfghLAdrVDC6g/edit?usp=sharing
Number of Events: 1

Rethinking Access to Marijuana

Where: 4626 N. Grand Ave.
Covina, California
Brief Description: This will be an Online Social Media Campaign, developed by the coalition Rethinking Access to Marijuana (RAM). RAM is a coalition made up of community members and prevention providers all throughout LA county. This campaign is targeting youth in Los Angeles County. Youth will be able to view and share a variety of different social media posts that aim to share prevention and educational information around marijuana, alcohol, and other drugs. The primary platform this information will be shared is on Instagram @LACountyRAM and Facebook @LACountyRAM
Number of Events: 1

CHAT North County San Diego

Where: 465 La Tortuga Drive
Vista, California
Brief Description: We plan on posting relevant information on our Instagram regarding the common misconceptions about drugs/alcohol used by teens. These posts focus on debunking the myths with facts and highlighting the harm they can produce.
Number of Events: 7

San Fernando Valley Partnership

Where: 1131 Celis Street
San Fernando, California
Brief Description: We are focused on teens and families for our online presentation and Q&A portion of the presentation.
Number of Events: 5

San Fernando Valley Partnership

Where: 1131 Celis Street
San Fernando, California
Brief Description: The San Fernando Valley Partnership will be hosting a number of social media events throughout the week .
Number of Events: 5

BHS South Bay Prevention

Where: 15519 Crenshaw Boulevard
Gardena, California
Brief Description: Healthy Alternatives: Better Living Through Prevention will focus on identifying trends that lead to marijuana abuse. We will also highlight healthy alternatives to substance abuse. This event will have a virtual discussion, a presentation with marijuana abuse facts, and resources for healthy alternatives. RSVP: https://forms.gle/D7fFbaBTdFDvHWFa6 Say No To Drugs TikTok Challenge is a challenge for all Torrance Unified Middle and High School students to create a TikTok video that show us how they stay drug free. RSVP: https://forms.gle/TY9BZH2cwn3YxWer8 BHS South Bay Prevention Daily Mythbuster is a social media campaign that will consist of daily uploads debunking common drug and alcohol misconceptions . These will be posted on our Facebook page.
Number of Events: 3

North Coastal Prevention Coalition

Where: 1000 Vale Terrace
Vista, California
Brief Description: We are looking for opportunities everyday to promote drug-free campaigns on our social media platforms now more than ever as stress continues to grow in the US and around the world and to help parents and teens have those conversations with one another to prevent drug use.
Number of Events: 7

North Coastal Prevention Coalition

Where: 1000 Vale Terrace
Vista, California
Brief Description: We are looking for opportunities everyday to promote drug-free campaigns on our social media platforms now more than ever as stress continues to grow in the US and around the world and to help parents and teens have those conversations with one another to prevent drug use.
Number of Events: 7

Day One

Where: 175 North Euclid
Pasadena, California
Brief Description: SHATTER THE MYTHS campaign on Social Media via Instagram
Number of Events: 1

Special Angel Inc.

Where: www.facebook.com/SpecialAngelinc
Beverly Hills, California
Brief Description: Will post a link to the National Drug& Alcohol IQ Challenge on our Facebook page. ongoing post over 5 days boosted to reach over 1,000 teens and parents This is excellent information for teens and parents.
Number of Events: 5

Natural High

Where: Join Zoom Meeting: https://zoom.us/j/272787260?pwd=Ym9EQkh2VTluUDE2UjBSWTVwdjJZZz09
La Jolla, California
Brief Description: In honor of NDAFW we are hosting a webinar to share the Natural High content. This will be a how-to for educators and parents who find themselves in a new role as facilitator for distance learning. The webinar will outline content, curriculum and best practices, highlighting what can be used easily for remote education.
Number of Events: 1

National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence of East San Gabriel Valley, Inc.

Where: 4626 N. Grand Ave
Covina, California
Brief Description: Due to coronavirus and local schools being on spring break, we are hosting social media campaigns and zoom presentations.
Number of Events: 5

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Colorado

SADD Colorado

Where: 11455 PARTRIDGE LANE
PEYTON, Colorado
Brief Description: Colorado SADD will be conducting a strong Social Media Campaign addressing NADFW topics, while supporting the SADD Chapters - grades K-College - from all over CO in their efforts to raise awareness and SHATTER THE MYTHS!
Number of Events: 8

Noeticus Counseling Center and Training Institute

Where: PO Box 7040
Denver, Colorado
Brief Description: We have a NAADAC-approved continuing education program at our center that offers an Addiction Counselor Clinical Training Program. We want to run an essay writing campaign for newly graduated therapists as part of this campaign. The winner will receive all the classes necessary to become a certified addiction counselor in Colorado. It is part of how we are increasing both awareness of and capacity for addiction treatment in our area. Thanks in advance for your consideration.
Number of Events: 2

Alamosa High Schools SADD

Where: 805 Craft Dr.
Alamosa, Colorado
Brief Description: We will share SADD's social media posts all week. And we will hold a SADD chapter meeting to watch Rise of Vaping from the Campaign for Tobacco Free Kids.
Number of Events: 2

Douglas County School District

Where: 620 Wilcox St.
Castle Rock, Colorado
Brief Description: This will be an awareness and educational campaign
Number of Events: 4

Boys & Girls Clubs of Pueblo County

Where: 635 W. Corona Ave. Suite 201
Pueblo, Colorado
Brief Description: Hold a NDAFW poster creating contest where the poster's contain a drug and or alcohol fact the week before the day of the event have members walk around and read the facts and vote on the posters. Also to display them during our parent night that week, where we will announce a winner at each clubhouse during parent Night.
Number of Events: 4

SADD SPEAKs

Where: 805 Craft Dr.
Alamosa, Colorado
Brief Description: My sadd chapter is going to do a social media campaign and post facts about dangers or drug use.
Number of Events: 3

SADD SPEAKs

Where: 805 Craft Dr.
Alamosa, Colorado
Brief Description: We will post statistics about tobacco, vaping, etc.
Number of Events: 3

SADD SPEAKs

Where: 805 Craft Dr.
Alamosa, Colorado
Brief Description: My SADD group will host a week of us posting facts about drugs and alcohol.
Number of Events: 3

SADD SPEAKs

Where: 805 Craft Dr.
Alamosa, Colorado
Brief Description: We will post facts about drugs and alcohol on social media, and watch a video on vaping.
Number of Events: 3

SADD SPEAKs

Where: 805 Craft Dr.
Alamosa, Colorado
Brief Description: My SADD chapter is going to spend the week posting facts about drugs and alcohol.
Number of Events: 3

Alamosa SADD

Where: 805 Craft Dr.
Alamosa, Colorado
Brief Description: We are going to have a virtual meeting where we will watch the rise of vaping, play a kahoot, and take the IQ challenge. We will also be making memes to enter in the End Vaping Contest. Throughout the week we will also post facts on social media handles, do the #myhigh challenge, and participate in national chat day.
Number of Events: 8

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Connecticut

SOUTHINGTON DRUG TASK FORCE**PEER ADVOCATES

Where: 385 PLEASANT STREET
SOUTHINGTON, Connecticut
Brief Description: STUDENTS WILL SHOOT A VIDEO AND PUT IT ON OUR LOCAL CHANNEL. ALSO A POSTER CAMPAIGN
Number of Events: 2

Marci A. McNicol, psychiatric APRN

Where: 62 Broadway Street
Norwich, Connecticut
Brief Description: I plan to work with the Community of Norwich to educate teens parents and others who are interested. Currently I am not involved with other organizations however would advertise at local substance abuse and mental health centers as well as the probation department in Norwich. .
Number of Events: 3

SADD SPEAKS

Where: 80 High School Lane
Darien, Connecticut
Brief Description: Throughout the week, I will be sharing all posts from SADD nation regarding NDAFW.
Number of Events: 1

Durham MIddlefield Local Wellness Coalition

Where: 405 Main Street
Middlefiled, Connecticut
Brief Description: For National Drug & Alcohol Facts week we will be working with our Student run coalition group called EDGE, Excellent Decisions Guiding Everyday. They will be choosing facts and tips that stand out to them and what will make an impact on their peers. Our priority substances will include alcohol, marijuana, tobacco and vaping. These facts will be made into social media posts, read on the morning and afternoon announcements and made into a news letter for parents. Our audience will be students grader 7-12 in our school system and their parents.
Number of Events: 10

SADD

Where: 388 Danbury Road
New Milford, Connecticut
Brief Description: We are will be making and posting fact posters that will be displayed around the school. We will also have a pledge table and local resources available in the cafe during student lunch waves.
Number of Events: 1

SADD SPEAKS

Where: 57 Coachlamp Ln
Darien, Connecticut
Brief Description: We will have an information session with parents (friends) about drunk driving with our kids.
Number of Events: 2

SADD SPEAKS

Where: 57 Coachlamp Ln
Darien, Connecticut
Brief Description: We will be discussing mental health (informal discussion, thoughts) with other parents from the community and how high school creates problems for kids health.
Number of Events: 1

SADD SPEAKS

Where: 57 Coachlamp Ln
Darien, Connecticut
Brief Description: I wanted to post on Instagram and share stats about stress for high school kids my age to spread the message.
Number of Events: 1

SADD SPEAKS

Where: 57 Coachlamp Ln
Darien, Connecticut
Brief Description: I will call my friends and colleagues over and have an informal talk about the effects of vaping and share some facts, stories, and thoughts.
Number of Events: 1

SADD SPEAKS

Where: 57 Coachlamp Ln
Darien, Connecticut
Brief Description: Will be posting on facebook about the effect of drugs on a teenage brain and why they shouldn't be doing it.
Number of Events: 1

Darien SADD

Where: 80 High School Lane
Darien, Connecticut
Brief Description: It will be an informal discussion with the other students and staff about vaping and using drug products. In addition, we will have people talk about their personal encounters with drugs, alcohol, and vaping in the high school environment and our thoughts about it.
Number of Events: 1

Groton Alliance for Substance Abuse Prevention

Where: 216 Broad St.
New London, Connecticut
Brief Description: #NDAFW2020 Social Media Blitz
Number of Events: 1

Recognizing and Eliminating disparities in Addiction through Culturally Competent Healthcare

Where: N/A
New Haven , Connecticut
Brief Description: This will be a social media campaign running through the week with each topic covered on a specific day; it will include infographics, polls and Q and A sessions via twitter chats. Audience is general public
Number of Events: 7

Woodbury-Bethlehem Advocates for Substance Abuse Prevention

Where: Main Street
Woodbury, Connecticut
Brief Description: All online
Number of Events: 1

Hartford Public High School

Where: 55 Forest St.
Hartford, Connecticut
Brief Description: I am a health teacher. We are not physically in school. I want to use our digital platform to create a community of lifelong learners and growers! It starts with my health class and getting the proper knowledge to my students!
Number of Events: 10

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Delaware

The Hockessin Montessori School

Where: 1000 Old Lancaster Pike
Hockessin, Delaware
Brief Description: Middle school event to educate our elementary students, teachers, staff and parents about drugs and alcohol subjects researched by our Middle School students.
Number of Events: 1

West end Neighborhood House

Where: 710 North Lincoln Street
Wilmington, Delaware
Brief Description: West End Neighborhood House will host an event centered around Substance abuse prevention. We will hold an open Forum, a panel discussion and watch a movie called Basketball Diaries which depicts a youth who is a basketball star but falls victim to heroine due to the pressure. We plan to invite youth ages 9 to 18 and their parents. We will also partner with Bellevue Community Center.
Number of Events: 5

4-H Cooperative Extension UD

Where: 16483 County Seat Highway
Georgetown, Delaware
Brief Description: 4-H clubs are encouraged to host an event, man a table, do posters or create videos related to NSFW
Number of Events: 5

Latin America community center

Where: 403 N Van Buren St
Wilmington, Delaware
Brief Description: we are planning to make more free event for the community about addiction.
Number of Events: 5

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District Of Columbia

SADD

Where: Capitol Hill
Washington, District Of Columbia
Brief Description: Congressional Briefing.
Number of Events: 1

DC Prevention Center Wards 1 & 2

Where: 1419 Columbia Rd. NW
Washington, District Of Columbia
Brief Description: We will offer different activities to include: Bingo, National Drug and Alcohol IQ Challenge, Photo Booth, and Chat with Scientists. It will be hosted at the Latin American Youth Center and will be open to community members interested in having a good time and learning facts about drugs. (Raffles will also be provided).
Number of Events: 1

UPO Youth Services Division, POWER Program

Where: Friendship Tech Prep Southeast Academy
Washington, District Of Columbia
Brief Description: Students will be broken up into 3 or 4 teams and will compete for prizes and pride. We will introduce students to the NIDA website and will conduct monthly workshops during the school year and work with The Ward 7/8 Drug Prevention Center/BRIC to provide summer workshops with our teens.
Number of Events: 1

UPO Youth Services Division, POWER Program

Where: Friendship Tech Prep Southeast Academy
Washington, District Of Columbia
Brief Description: Students will be broken up into 3 or 4 teams and will compete for prizes and pride. We will introduce students to the NIDA website and will conduct monthly workshops during the school year and work with The Ward 7/8 Drug Prevention Center/BRIC to provide summer workshops with our teens.
Number of Events: 1

Ward 5 DFC

Where: 1375 E St NE
WASHINGTON, District Of Columbia
Brief Description: Due to given necessary health guidelines on the COVID-19, we plan on hosting a Live version of drug facts trivia for youth grade 4-12
Number of Events: 2

EVERFI

Where: 2300 N St NW
Washington, District Of Columbia
Brief Description: EVERFI is providing high school educators with a virtual health and wellness activity that students can complete independently at school or online. Students will receive their Health and Wellness Journey, and are prompted to complete EVERFI and NIDA lessons related to prescription drugs, alcohol, vaping, and mental health.
Number of Events: 3

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Florida

Ocps Apopka middle

Where: 425 n park ave
Apopka, Florida
Brief Description: Anti vaping
Number of Events: 1

Manatee High School

Where: 903 33rd st ct w
Bradenton, Florida
Brief Description: Using traffic Wrong way signs to signify going the wrong way using drugs. Drug and Alcohol kahoots trivia Vision goggles drunken simulation Drug and alcohol fact table with treats and novelties
Number of Events: 4

Olympia HS Peer Counselors

Where: 4301 S Apopka vineland road
Orlando, Florida
Brief Description: PSA's on the school news program. Posters, and information/game table at lunch
Number of Events: 1

American Senior HS

Where: 18350 NW 67th Ave
Hialeah, Florida
Brief Description: We would like to have an assembly style presentation. Audience would be a mix of 9th-12th grade classes
Number of Events: 2

SAFE: Youth Ambassadors

Where: 425 N Park Ave
Apopka, Florida
Brief Description: Facts & brochures presented guest speaker trivia games posters
Number of Events: 3

Webber International University

Where: 1201 N. Scenic Hwy
Babson Park, Florida
Brief Description: Campaign to get information to the students about responsible use and effects of each
Number of Events: 1

Clay County School District

Where: 23 Green St south
Green Cove SPrings, FL, Florida
Brief Description: 300
Number of Events: 3

University of Miami School Health Initiative

Where: 1601 NW 12th Avenue
Miami, Florida
Brief Description: We will be conducting an event during National Drug and Alcohol Facts Week as a campaign to provide preventive education to middle and high school students on drug and alcohol use. We will conduct these events in at least 4 different schools.
Number of Events: 4

AMMS SAFE: Youth Ambassadors

Where: 425 N Park Ave
Apopka, Florida
Brief Description: The SAFE: Youth Ambassadors will be sharing facts and information about the dangers of marijuana during the lunch periods for 6th-8th grade students.
Number of Events: 4

Guardian Recvoery Network

Where: 3333 S Congress Ave
Delray Beach, Florida
Brief Description: We plan on posting substance abuse facts for the month of March, approximately 35 posts. The facts will be around the correlation and rates of recreational drug use turning into addiction which will be targeted towards students and those just beginning to try drugs and alcohol. We have around 20,000 followers across all our social media pages for our facilities.
Number of Events: 35

Broward Math an Science Schools

Where: n_joy7@hotmail.com
Margate, Florida
Brief Description: We will conduct a preventive campaign by providing meaningful information to the students in our K- 8 grade school. We will have a guest speaker and a variety of interactive and hands-on activities.
Number of Events: 13

Eckerd Connects

Where: 2226 Sarno Rd.
Melbourne, Florida
Brief Description: I am planning a large scale, interactive event where students middle to high school age will have to opportunity to play drug education games such as JeaPARODY, take the Drug IQ quiz, partner with our local Sherriff's office to simulate drunk driving, and use fatal vision goggles to simulate intoxication while trying to walk an obstacle course. I also envision having a few speakers to present about opioids, vaping, and alcohol. I will also feature some relevant community resource tables with supportive information on recovery, treatment, and healthy alternatives.
Number of Events: 1

Hialeah High School

Where: 251 East 4th st
Hialeah, Florida
Brief Description: Assembly
Number of Events: 1

The Pregnancy and Family Life Center of Citrus County

Where: 317 W Tomkins St
Inverness, Florida
Brief Description: Pregnant and parenting womens education about dangers of drugs and alcohol.
Number of Events: 1

SADD SLC

Where: 15402 Linn Park Ter
Lakewood Ranch, Florida
Brief Description: (1) SADD/# MyHigh Challenge. (2) Social media influencer - sharing all SADD social media posts during the week. (3) Participating in the SADD SADD/NIDA chat on April 5th.
Number of Events: 3

SADD SLC

Where: 5506 SW 11th Ave
Cape Coral, Florida
Brief Description: (1) SADD/# MyHigh Challenge. (2) Social media influencer - sharing all SADD social media posts during the week. (3) Participating in the SADD SADD/NIDA chat on April 5th.
Number of Events: 3

SADD

Where: Vero Beach High School
Vero Beach, Florida
Brief Description: SADD Chapter meeting held to watch and discuss "The Rise of Vaping."
Number of Events: 1

Marion County Childrens Alliance

Where: 3482 NW 10th street
Ocala, Florida
Brief Description: Classroom presentations in classrooms in our local middle and high schools. Projected reach is 500 youth. Presentation topic will be general ATOD education and resistance skills.
Number of Events: 10

Crossing Bridges of the Palm Beaches

Where: 1100 North Main Street, Suite C
Belle Glade, Florida
Brief Description: Drug facts trivia with youth program
Number of Events: 1

ECMC Champions for Change

Where: 350 Sombrero Beach Rd.
Maratnon , Florida
Brief Description: Week long activities as checked off above. On the school campuses
Number of Events: 3

SADD CAC

Where: Facebook
Gainesville, Florida
Brief Description: Webinar
Number of Events: 1

The Lee County Coalition for a Drug-Free Southwest Florida

Where: Lehigh Acres Boys and Girls Club
Lehigh Acres, Florida
Brief Description: The Lee Health Trauma Prevention Department will present a program on the dangers of underage drinking to the participants at the Boys and Girls Club of Lehigh Acres, FL.
Number of Events: 1

SADD SLC- Cameron Bender

Where: 16904 1st Avenue East
Bradenton, Florida
Brief Description:  (1) SADD/# MyHigh Challenge. (2) Social media influencer -  sharing all SADD social media posts during the week.  (3) Participating in the SADD SADD/NIDA chat on April 5th.
Number of Events: 3

SADD SLC- Cameron Bender

Where: 16904 1st Avenue East
Bradenton, Florida
Brief Description:  (1) SADD/# MyHigh Challenge. (2) Social media influencer -  sharing all SADD social media posts during the week.  (3) Participating in the SADD SADD/NIDA chat on April 5th.
Number of Events: 3

SADD SLC

Where: 614 147th St E
Bradenton, Florida
Brief Description: Participating in three activities.  (1) SADD/# MyHigh Challenge. (2) Social media influencer -  sharing all SADD social media posts during the week.  (3) Participating in the SADD SADD/NIDA chat on April 5th.
Number of Events: 3

ADD SLC- Parker Venuto

Where: 13328 Purple Finch Circle
Bradenton, Florida
Brief Description: Participating in three activities.  (1) SADD/# MyHigh Challenge. (2) Social media influencer -  sharing all SADD social media posts during the week.  (3) Participating in the SADD SADD/NIDA chat on April 5th.
Number of Events: 3

SADD SLC Lakewood Ranch High School

Where: 6315 Tanager Cove
Lakewood Ranch , Florida
Brief Description: Participating in three activities.  (1) SADD/# MyHigh Challenge. (2) Social media influencer -  sharing all SADD social media posts during the week.  (3) Participating in the SADD SADD/NIDA chat on April 5th.
Number of Events: 3

SADD SLC

Where: 6947 Winners Circle
Bradenton , Florida
Brief Description: Participating in three activities.  (1) SADD/# MyHigh Challenge. (2) Social media influencer -  sharing all SADD social media posts during the week.  (3) Participating in the SADD SADD/NIDA chat on April 5th. For Number of Events use: 3
Number of Events: 3

FFU, Inc. in partnership with the Orange County Drug Free Coalition

Where: Orange County Fl
Orlando, Florida
Brief Description: During National Drug and Alcohol Facts Week. FFU, Inc. and The Orange County Drug Free Coalition will host several events in Orange County Public Schools and in partnership with our Community Based Organizations. We will have activities during student lunches, afterschool programs and in our Orange County Recreational Centers. We will distribute information to students and parents. In addition we will also have an essay contest for our students.
Number of Events: 7

Drug Free Hendry

Where: 1140 Pratt Blvd
LaBelle, Florida
Brief Description: Due to Covid-19 we plan to host a week long NDAFW even on facebook. We hope to engage all of our members of both our Task Force Page and our Drug Free Page
Number of Events: 10

Project Bridge

Where: 6213 Presidential Court, Suite 130
Fort Myers, Florida
Brief Description: Teens from ages 14-19 will be exposed to useful information to help spread awareness and possibly prevent use
Number of Events: 3

Lee County Coalition for a Drug-Free SWFL

Where: 3763 Evans Avenue
Fort Myers, Florida
Brief Description: We are promoting "Prevention Parents" through our Newsletter to support prevention as our students are home because of COVID-19
Number of Events: 1

Coalición de Esperanza

Where: 550 nw 42nd avenue
Miami, Florida
Brief Description: An interactive Drugs Facts quiz using the poll features on social media. This will test the knowledge of participants and provide them with the facts.
Number of Events: 30

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Georgia

Learn To Grow, Inc.

Where: 859 Cascade Ave.
Atlanta, Georgia
Brief Description: Anti-Tobacco and Anti Juuling Prevention Symposium.
Number of Events: 1

Washington County Regional Medical Center

Where: 610 Sparta Road
Sandersville, Georgia
Brief Description: To make teens aware of the dangers with information.
Number of Events: 1

Kennesaw State University Center for Young Adult Addiction and Recovery

Where: 1085 Canton Place NW
Kennesaw, Georgia
Brief Description: This is a collaborative event between KSU's Center for Young Adult Addiction and Recovery and Health Promotion and Wellness Department in which college students can stop by tables set up in various locations across campus over three days to play drug and alcohol trivia for giveaways, participate in pour demonstrations and standard drink size education, and get information about substance use and campus resources for student wellness.
Number of Events: 3

Drug Free Paulding

Where: 1 Duncan Way
Dallas, Georgia
Brief Description: Engaging our 8th graders thru our school system, social media and an event at Big Air
Number of Events: 5

Family Connection of Warren County, Inc.

Where: 1253 Atlanta Hwy
Warrenton, Georgia
Brief Description: Family Connection of Warren County, Inc. plan to set up a table and disseminate information to both the middle and high schools about alcohol, marijuana and opioids.
Number of Events: 2

SADD SLC

Where: 298 Lumpkin Rd E
Leesburg, Georgia
Brief Description: (1) SADD/# MyHigh Challenge. (2) Social media influencer - sharing all SADD social media posts during the week. (3) Participating in the SADD SADD/NIDA chat on April 5th.
Number of Events: 3

SADD SLC

Where: P.O. Box 1164
Leesburg, Georgia
Brief Description: Participating in three activities. (1) SADD/# MyHigh Challenge. (2) Social media influencer - sharing all SADD social media posts during the week. (3) Participating in the SADD SADD/NIDA chat on April 5th.
Number of Events: 3

SADD SLC

Where: P.O. Box 1164
Leesburg, Georgia
Brief Description: Participating in three activities. (1) SADD/# MyHigh Challenge. (2) Social media influencer - sharing all SADD social media posts during the week. (3) Participating in the SADD SADD/NIDA chat on April 5th.
Number of Events: 3

SADD SLC

Where: 1 Trojan way
Leesburg, Georgia
Brief Description: (1) SADD/# MyHigh Challenge. (2) Social media influencer - sharing all SADD social media posts during the week. (3) Participating in the SADD SADD/NIDA chat on April 5th.
Number of Events: 3

Lee County SADD

Where: 1 Trojan Way
Leesburg, Georgia
Brief Description: We held a TextLess Live More event during lunch in which students signed the pledge to text less and to not drive distracted.
Number of Events: 2

Lee County SADD

Where: 1 Trojan Way
Leesburg, Georgia
Brief Description: We revealed student parking lot distracted driving awareness signs.
Number of Events: 1

Lee County SADD

Where: 1 Trojan Way
Leesburg, Georgia
Brief Description: Cinema Drive Program which was an assembly event and contest were students learned about distracted driving and driving impairment.
Number of Events: 1

Lee County SADD

Where: 1 Trojan Way
Leesburg, Georgia
Brief Description: A Large event ran throughout the school day that educates students on the consequences of distracted driving and gives students hands on experiences with driving impairment
Number of Events: 2

Lee County SADD

Where: 1 Trojan Way
Leesburg, Georgia
Brief Description: Held a social media weekly campaign where we talked about different destructive decisions
Number of Events: 1

Lee County SADD

Where: 1 Trojan Way
Leesburg, Georgia
Brief Description: Held a Suicide Prevention Training that educated students about mental health, treatment, and what to do
Number of Events: 1

Lee County SADD

Where: 1 Trojan Way
Leesburg, Georgia
Brief Description: Handed out flyers and spoke with students about the dangers of vaping.
Number of Events: 1

Lee County SADD

Where: 1 Trojan Way
Leesburg, Georgia
Brief Description: Gave morning announcements each day for National Teen Driver Safety Week
Number of Events: 1

Lee County SADD

Where: 1 Trojan Way
Leesburg, Georgia
Brief Description: Hung Vaping Prevention Posters and Signs in the Hallway and Bathrooms
Number of Events: 1

Lee County SADD

Where: 107 Walnut Avenue N
Leesburg, Georgia
Brief Description: Getting the Mayor to sign a proclamation for Drugs and Alcohol Facts Week.
Number of Events: 2

Lee County SADD

Where: 1 Trojan Way
Leesburg, Georgia
Brief Description: Participating in three activities. (1) SADD/# MyHigh Challenge. (2) Social media influencer - sharing all SADD social media posts during the week. (3) Participating in the SADD SADD/NIDA chat on April 5th.
Number of Events: 3

Lee County SADD

Where: 1 Trojan Way
Leesburg, Georgia
Brief Description: Participating in three activities. (1) SADD/# MyHigh Challenge. (2) Social media influencer - sharing all SADD social media posts during the week. (3) Participating in the SADD SADD/NIDA chat on April 5th.
Number of Events: 3

Lee County SADD

Where: 1 Trojan Way
Leesburg, Georgia
Brief Description: Participating in three activities. (1) SADD/# MyHigh Challenge. (2) Social media influencer - sharing all SADD social media posts during the week. (3) Participating in the SADD SADD/NIDA chat on April 5th.
Number of Events: 3

Lee County SADD

Where: 1 Trojan Way
Leesburg, Georgia
Brief Description: Participating in three activities. (1) SADD/# MyHigh Challenge. (2) Social media influencer - sharing all SADD social media posts during the week. (3) Participating in the SADD SADD/NIDA chat on April 5th.
Number of Events: 3

Lee County SADD

Where: 1 Trojan Way
Leesburg, Georgia
Brief Description: Participating in three activities. (1) SADD/# MyHigh Challenge. (2) Social media influencer - sharing all SADD social media posts during the week. (3) Participating in the SADD SADD/NIDA chat on April 5th.
Number of Events: 3

Lee County SADD

Where: 1 Trojan Way
Leesburg, Georgia
Brief Description: Participating in three activities. (1) SADD/# MyHigh Challenge. (2) Social media influencer - sharing all SADD social media posts during the week. (3) Participating in the SADD SADD/NIDA chat on April 5th.
Number of Events: 3

Lee County SADD

Where: 1 Trojan Way
Leesburg, Georgia
Brief Description: Participating in three activities. (1) SADD/# MyHigh Challenge. (2) Social media influencer - sharing all SADD social media posts during the week. (3) Participating in the SADD SADD/NIDA chat on April 5th.
Number of Events: 3

Lee County SADD

Where: 1 Trojan Way
Leesburg, Georgia
Brief Description: Participating in three activities. (1) SADD/# MyHigh Challenge. (2) Social media influencer - sharing all SADD social media posts during the week. (3) Participating in the SADD SADD/NIDA chat on April 5th.
Number of Events: 3

Lee County SADD

Where: 1 Trojan Way
Leesburg, Georgia
Brief Description: Participating in three activities. (1) SADD/# MyHigh Challenge. (2) Social media influencer - sharing all SADD social media posts during the week. (3) Participating in the SADD SADD/NIDA chat on April 5th.
Number of Events: 3

Crawford County Middle School

Where: 401 Lowe Road
Roberta, Georgia
Brief Description: Morning announcement with drug facts. Classroom discussion boards. Participate in chat day. Potentially hold an assembly with local law enforcement.
Number of Events: 15

Boys & Girls Clubs of North Georgia

Where: 1559 South Main Street
Ellijay, Georgia
Brief Description: Hand out brochures to parents
Number of Events: 1

Center for Maternal Substance Abuse and Child Development

Where: Cobb Galleria Centre
Atlanta, Georgia
Brief Description: The event is a large multicultural expo with multiple providers, focused on women of child bearing age.
Number of Events: 1

Brenau PsyClub

Where: 500 Washington St SE
Gainesville, Georgia
Brief Description: As president of the Brenau University psychology club, PsyClub, I wanted to put together an awareness event for the students of Brenau and the surrounding Gainesville community. We plan on hosting several speakers from various backgrounds including a law enforcement officer who runs addiction recovery groups, a peer support specialist, a counselor who works with mandated populations, and a counselor who works in a methadone clinic. Each speaker will have an allotted time frame to present followed by a panel Q & A session. The audience will be primarily Brenau University students, but we intend on publicizing the event to local high schools and the general Gainesville community as well. Currently, the event does not involve any other organizations.
Number of Events: 1

GUIDE, Inc.

Where: 750 S. Perry St.
Lawrenceville , Georgia
Brief Description: We will be hosting an online trivia game running the month of April. We email out the answers after someone submits.
Number of Events: 1

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Guam

GUAM DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION - ASTUMBO MIDDLE SCHOOL

Where: 389 CHALAN HACHON
DEDEDO, Guam
Brief Description: This is the first time that I will be hosting such event for our school. I am planning on conducting an educational and interactive experience for all my middle schoolers as well as school faculty and staff in order to address this teen issue on underage drinking and substance abuse
Number of Events: 6

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Hawaii

City and County of Honolulu

Where: 1505 Dillingham Blvd, Suite 206
Honolulu, Hawaii
Brief Description: Post daily to social media. Provide facts on the above topics with posts aimed at educating youth and their parents.
Number of Events: 7

Waianae Coast Comprehensive Health School Base Health Clinics

Where: 86-260 Farrington HWY
Waianae , Hawaii
Brief Description: "What do you do instead of use?" Post on instagram doing healthy coping skills and enter for a drawing; pledge to stop using or not use , share a teen created video on drugs and alcohol, post treatment centers and resources. Provided health teachers in class curriculums. Most will be interactive and on our instagram
Number of Events: 5

Maui Coalition for Drug-Free Youth

Where: 244 Papa Pl
Kahului, Hawaii
Brief Description: Using communication materials provided, we will hold an awareness week focusing on alcohol facts to complement the National Drug and Alcohol Facts Week. We will engage our Youth Council and Exec Committee of our full community coalition to create and/or approve messaging to be posted throughout the week by staff. We will also send daily emails this week to coalition members with facts, urging them to write op-eds about supporting underage alcohol prevention work in Maui county.
Number of Events: 5

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Idaho

Bonneville Youth Development Council, Inc.

Where: 245 N Placer Ave
Idaho Falls, Idaho
Brief Description: We will be holding a luncheon to educate the community on the four substances that our local youth are abusing. We will also be awarding local youth and adults who have been champions and supporters of substance abuse prevention.
Number of Events: 1

Drug & Alcohol Trends Education

Where: Virtual
Cottonwood, Idaho
Brief Description: Sharing extra education on our FB page relating to drugs and alcohol and sharing posts that gain more community involvement and awareness.
Number of Events: 1

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Illinois

Our Redeemer Church Good Way Group

Where: 1320 S. Blackhawk Ave.
Freeport , Illinois
Brief Description: 150 minute coffee house social event along with 60 minute presentation on realities of substance use and abuse, especially alcohol and marjuana via Powerpoint, personal testimony and group discussion. Audience is grades 8 - 12. No other organizations involved, but A.A. and N.A. material also made available.
Number of Events: 1

It's From The Heart n.f.p.

Where: 1639 Center Ave
Chicago Heights, Illinois
Brief Description: My plan is deliver chemical dependency and mental health to community and church members in the Chicago Heights area through interactive activties and open disussion. intergration of other organizations are pending
Number of Events: 4

U.E.B.C. Special Needs Ministry

Where: 1625 Center Avenue.
Chicago Heights, Illinois
Brief Description: Annual Luncheon: Theme; When Mental Health collide with drug addiction. Professional speaker and posters, literature and information on the subject. Event is open to the public.
Number of Events: 2

Glenn Raymond School

Where: 101 W. Mulberry St.
Watseka, Illinois
Brief Description: I am still working to determine exactly what and how I would like to get the information out about this. I've ordered materials from NIDA Drugpubs which will be used throughout the week. Other events will include but are not limited to morning announcements, an informational school wide bulletin board, small groups, class discussions grades 5-8 during this week and also during grade level monthly counselor classroom lessons, an informational booth during lunch hours throughout the week (either a specific drug each day as a focus or information provided each day- ex. day 1-How drugs hurt your body, etc), locker signs on each locker, posters throughout the school, NIDA Bingo during directed studies, send home information for parents, and I will also see if the art classes would do posters as a class project.
Number of Events: 10

S.A.D.D club

Where: 201 Colorado Ave
Frankfort, Illinois
Brief Description: Driving and driving education pledge, door decorating contest, & rise of vaping screening
Number of Events: 3

National Youth Advocant Program(NYAP)

Where: 1902 WestCermak Road
Chicago, Illinois
Brief Description: To informed at risk youths and young adults of the dangers with mixing drugs with psychotropic medciation/health medications.
Number of Events: 4

VKMI Models of Christ Teen Summit

Where: 5217 W. 149th Street
Oak Forest, Illinois
Brief Description: The event is a Teen Summit: theme: “I Am a Chosen Generation” to help bring awareness to mental health, substance abuse & ways yo Model Christ!
Number of Events: 5

SADD SPEAKs

Where: 201 Colorado Ave
Frankfort , Illinois
Brief Description: MYHIGH Challenge, social media influencers, and twitter trivia
Number of Events: 3

SADD SPEAKs

Where: 201 Colorado Ave
Frankfort, Illinois
Brief Description: MyHigh Challenge, Twitter battle, social media campaign
Number of Events: 3

SADD SPEAKs

Where: 201 Colorado Ave
Frankfort, Illinois
Brief Description: MyHigh Challenge, Twitter battle, social media campaign
Number of Events: 3

SADD SPEAKs

Where: 201 Colorado Ave
Frankfort , Illinois
Brief Description: My high challenge, social media campaign, twitter ndafw
Number of Events: 3

Sparta District 140

Where: 203 B Dean Ave
Sparta, Illinois
Brief Description: Sending daily communication facts to families every day of the event.
Number of Events: 5

SADD SPEAKS

Where: 201 Colorado Ave
Frankfort , Illinois
Brief Description: Myhigh challenge, Social Media influencer, SADD twitter trivia
Number of Events: 3

Illinois Liquor Control Commission

Where: 100 W Randolph; Suite 7-801
Chicago, Illinois
Brief Description: Lunch and Learn to discuss Social Hosts Laws in Illinois based on our Don't Be Sorry campaign brochure, "A College Parent's Guide on Underage Drinking". Audience: Attorneys, parents
Number of Events: 3

Renz Addiction Counseling Center

Where: 1 American Way
Elgin, Illinois
Brief Description: Social media campaign using NIDA campaign materials
Number of Events: 5

Community Health & Education, Inc./ C/O Dr. Siddiqui ofc

Where: 6307 South Stewart Ave.
Chicago , Illinois
Brief Description: This event will be apart of Healthy Communities Project. Focus: Sober, making healthy decisions for myself and my community!!
Number of Events: 2

Maine Community Youth Assistance Foundation

Where: 1131 South Dee Road
Park Ridge, Illinois
Brief Description: Prescription drug bottles were filled with information on 4 substances Adderall, Xanax, oxycodone, and Ecstasy and will be distributed to High school students at school during the school day.
Number of Events: 1

Cook County Government

Where: 3150 W Flournoy
Chicago, Illinois
Brief Description: Community outreach and partner with Chicago Police CAPS
Number of Events: 1

Lake View High School

Where: 4015 N. Ashland Ave
Chicago, Illinois
Brief Description: Email blasts to students and teachers prior to and everyday of Facts week.
Number of Events: 7

Asian Health Coalition

Where: 5841 S Maryland Ave
Chicago, Illinois
Brief Description: We are hosting a Meme contest for middle and high school students. Students have to look at the DRUGS: Shatter the Myths booklet and find information about the dangers of substance use (alcohol, e-cigarettes, marijuana, etc.) and create a meme(s) that convinces students not to use drugs using the information they find. They will email their memes to us and we will select the top 5-10 best memes to submit to NIDA. We are collaborating with our partner organizations Chinese American Service League, Pui Tak Center, and Project Vision for this event.
Number of Events: 1

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Indiana

YouthQuake

Where: 1 Wildcat Lane
Brookville, Indiana
Brief Description: We will host online trivia questions each day through school email. Students who correctly answer the questions will be entered to win prizes.
Number of Events: 7

Coalition for a Drug Free Batesville

Where: 132 S. Main Street
Batesville, Indiana
Brief Description: Still in Planning!
Number of Events: 3

PATH, Inc.

Where: Duneland Falls Banquet Center
Chesterton, Indiana
Brief Description: American Teens in Crisis is a conference designed to equip, empower and encourage parents, educators, counselors, youth workers, clergy and anyone who is a part of a youth support system. Be equipped and empowered with up to date information on current topics of concern and take away practical tools of implementation. Be encouraged to continue the positive and important work that you are doing. You are making a positive impact! Together we can make a difference one child at a time. This year's focus will be around trauma informed care, adolescent brain development and the effects of marijuana on the adolescent brain.
Number of Events: 1

Greensburg SADD Club

Where: 1000 E Central Ave
Greensburg, Indiana
Brief Description: For three events. Event one the MyHigh Challenge, the event will have students explain how to have fun without drugs or alcohol. This event will be geared towards students. Event number two will include sharing all social media posts all week. The SADD/NIDA chat on April 5th will consist of discussion on drugs and alcohol use, again targeted at students/
Number of Events: 3

GCHS SADD

Where: 1000 E Central Ave
Greensburg, Indiana
Brief Description: Have our SADD chapter play a Kahoot! during our meeting time to learn about statistics and facts about drugs
Number of Events: 2

GCHS SADD

Where: 1000 E Central Ave
Greensburg, Indiana
Brief Description: Have our SADD chapter play a Kahoot! during our meeting time to learn about statistics and facts about drugs
Number of Events: 2

SADD SLC

Where: 821 West 11th Street
Greensburg, Indiana
Brief Description: (1) SADD/# MyHigh Challenge. (2) Social media influencer - sharing all SADD social media posts during the week. (3) Participating in the SADD SADD/NIDA chat on April 5th.
Number of Events: 3

YouthQuake

Where: 1 Wildcat Lane
Brookville, Indiana
Brief Description: We will host drug fact trivia online every day at the high school. Students can answer trivia questions for their chance to win prizes.
Number of Events: 1

Gary Common Council

Where: 3503 Martin Luther King Drive
Gary, Indiana
Brief Description: Community Meeting with local law enforcement explaining facts on drugs and alcohol
Number of Events: 1

Rockville IN Police Department

Where: 416 S Jefferson St
Rockville, Indiana
Brief Description: Addressing all residents in Rockville area to include Parke Heritage HS and Rockville ES students where Officers work on their off duty days.
Number of Events: 4

GCHS SADD

Where: 1000 E. Central Ave.
Greensburg , Indiana
Brief Description: Have SADD members write brief description of how they will have fun without any use of drugs.
Number of Events: 1

GCHS SADD

Where: 505 E. Central Ave.
Greensburg , Indiana
Brief Description: Raise awareness about alcohol abuse through Instagram posts.
Number of Events: 1

GCHS

Where: 1000 e central ave
Greensburg , Indiana
Brief Description: Having fun hanging out with friends playing video games instead of using drugs and alcohol
Number of Events: 1

GCHS SADD

Where: 505 E Central Ave
Greensburg, Indiana
Brief Description: people describe what makes them happy without drugs or alcohol, ill share SADD social media, and ill will participate in the trivia
Number of Events: 3

Greensburg SADD

Where: 1000 E Central Avenue
Greensburg , Indiana
Brief Description: A proclamation community engaged activity promoting the NDAFW mission.
Number of Events: 1

Greensburg

Where: 1000 E Central Avenue
Greensburg , Indiana
Brief Description: I will be participating in the MyHigh Challenge, being a social media influencer, and I will be participating in the SADD/NIDA twitter trivia on April 3rd!
Number of Events: 3

Jasper Middle School

Where: 3600 Portersville Road
Jasper, Indiana
Brief Description: Student assembly, daily information during announcements, activities to bring awareness, videos from Drug Free World. Ages 11-14, Grades 6,7,& 8
Number of Events: 1

Decatur Central SADD Club

Where: 5251 KENTUCKY AVE
INDIANAPOLIS, Indiana
Brief Description: Our High School SADD Club will present to our elementary students about the effects and dangers of using marijuana and opiods
Number of Events: 2

Greensburg SADD

Where: 1000 E central avenue
Greensburg , Indiana
Brief Description: All social media virtual alcohol drugs and fact week challenges.
Number of Events: 10

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Iowa

West Sioux 6th & 7th graders with PROSPER team

Where: 1300 Falcon Drive
Hawarden, Iowa
Brief Description: The 6th and 7th grade health classes will present information through games during lunch. Daily facts will be read during school announcements. Prizes will be given to those in 6-12th grades who answer the daily fact correctly.
Number of Events: 3

Iowa State University Extension & Outreach Dickinson County

Where: 1600 15th Street
Spirit Lake, Iowa
Brief Description: We are holding a Poster Contest for the Spirit Lake Middle School 5-8th grade with categories of Tobacco-Nicotine-Vaping/Alcohol/Drugs with prizes for 1-3rd. The Public Health Educator will also be doing classroom lessons on Vaping to all 7th & 8th grade students. There will be morning announcements during the week with facts on the subjects. On Friday of the week we will have a Spinner Wheel set-up during the lunch hours with facts and prizes for 5-8th grade. This is a partnership with the Spirit Lake Middle School, Public Health-Tobacco Public Health Educator, and ISU Extension Dickinson County
Number of Events: 4

Gateway ImpACT Coalition

Where: 250 20th Ave. North
Clinton, Iowa
Brief Description: We'll be promoting a social media campaign detailing the facts about drug and alcohol use. Our campaign will be on Facebook, and our target audience will be parents.
Number of Events: 1

ISU Extension and Outreach in O'Brien County

Where: 340 2nd St. SE
Primghar, Iowa
Brief Description: The National Drug and Alcohol Facts Week TikTok contest is open to grades 6-12. Prizes will be awarded to the top 3 videos. The contest will run Monday, March 30 to Friday, April 3. To enter the contest your video must be posted to TikTok by Friday at 3pm with #NDAFWOBrienCo . In order for videos to be reviewed, videos must be posted on a public account or emailed to kstewart@iastate.edu. Sign our photo release form so we can share your video. Winners will be announced on ISU Extension and Outreach O’Brien County’s Facebook page at noon on Monday, April 7.
Number of Events: 1

ISU Sioux County PROSPER team

Where: 400 Central Ave NW
Orange City, Iowa
Brief Description: Event #1: Daily Social media posts on Facebook. Events #2&3 for youth: Students in grades 6-12 post something they want to tell other that helps friends learn what's true and what's false about Drugs and Alcohol OR they create a TIKTOK video to share the info. Prizes awarded. #NDAFWSiouxCo
Number of Events: 3

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Kansas

Kansas Prevention Collaborative

Where: 238 N Mead
Wichita, Kansas
Brief Description: The KPC will across Kansas host mini events and raise awareness on social media. Our audience with be small rural communities including adults and children and some urban settings with smaller groups of students.
Number of Events: 6

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Kentucky

Frederick Douglass High School

Where: 2000 Winchester Rd
Lexington, Kentucky
Brief Description: Morning announcements and Academy of Health Sciences project based learning
Number of Events: 2

Addiction Recovery Care

Where: tim.price@intern.arccenters.com
Morehead , Kentucky
Brief Description: Recovery
Number of Events: 2

Carl D. Oerkin Job Corps

Where: 478 Meadows Branch
Prestonsburg, Kentucky
Brief Description: Students will have the option of several substance abuse themed movies and documentaries throughout the week in the movie room. Treats with substance abuse hotline and suicide prevention hotline numbers attached will be given in the Wellness Center. TEAP students will do outreach activities.
Number of Events: 5

RiverValley Behavioral Health Regional Youth Council

Where: RiverValley Behavioral Health
Owensboro, Kentucky
Brief Description: We will have a social media campaign to run on individual youth sites, as well as the Agency platforms. This is a collaborative effort of the 12 high schools in the Green River Region. The target audience is primarily middle/high school youth.
Number of Events: 4

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Louisiana

Goldonna Elementary/Jr. High

Where: 248 Ash Street
Goldonna, Louisiana
Brief Description: this is the first time I have put together an event like this. I am not sure what I plan to do
Number of Events: 1

Bunkie High School

Where: 435 Evergreen St
Bunkie, Louisiana
Brief Description: We will make different posters and display them around the school for the entire week about mental illness.
Number of Events: 1

Buckeye High School Healthy Living Club

Where: 715 Hwy 1207
Deville, Louisiana
Brief Description: Students will have alcohol, and drug facts read over the intercom during school. They will also be shown a video during homeroom. The video will be of a parent of one of our former students that was killed , because of drinking and driving. Students will also display educational posters about drug and alcohol facts around campus. The audience will be 1001 students (6th - 12th grade), and local community.
Number of Events: 3

Kaplan High School FCCLA

Where: 200 E Pirate Lane
Kaplan , Louisiana
Brief Description: A week long event promoting awareness of the dangers of drunk/impaired driving
Number of Events: 7

Partners in Prevention

Where: 706 E MAIN STREET
OAK GROVE, Louisiana
Brief Description: Not sure yet - probably a contest for all school grades.
Number of Events: 25

Living Healthy Club / Lakeview High School / The Rapides Foundation

Where: 7305 La-9
Campti, Louisiana
Brief Description: Students will dress different everyday of the week to show their appreciation to saying no to alcohol and drugs. Students that are in the Living Healthy Club will help with morning announcements each morning and give a fun fact about drugs and alcohol to raise awareness to all the students.
Number of Events: 5

Alexandria Middle Magnet School

Where: 122 Maryland Avenue
Alexandria, Louisiana
Brief Description: display of posters and questions will be asked during morning announcements
Number of Events: 1

Denham Springs High School SADD

Where: 1000 North Range Ave
Denham Springs, Louisiana
Brief Description: Throughout the week, I will share all posts from SADD Nation regarding NDAFW.
Number of Events: 1

Natchitoches Magnet

Where: 800 Koonce St.
Natchitoches, Louisiana
Brief Description: will show the class videos of how different drugs affect their body and brain
Number of Events: 2

Denham Springs High SADD- Hannah Rende

Where: 1000 N Range Ave
Denham Springs, Louisiana
Brief Description: I will share the posts from SADD Nation on Social Media.
Number of Events: 1

Denham Springs High SADD- Gwendolyn Van Oss

Where: 1000 N Range Ave
Denham Springs, Louisiana
Brief Description: I will be a social media ambassador and reshare SADD’s posts.
Number of Events: 1

Denham Springs High SADD- Alexis Guinn

Where: 1000 N Range Ave
Denham Springs, Louisiana
Brief Description: I will bring vaping awareness with posting SADD’s posts on my profile.
Number of Events: 1

Denham Springs SADD- Madison Miller

Where: 1000 N Range Ave
Denham Springs, Louisiana
Brief Description: I will spread awareness for drug and alcohol use in reposting SADD Nation’s posts during the week.
Number of Events: 1

Denham Springs High School SADD- Ian Crawford

Where: 1000 N Range Ave
Denham Springs, Louisiana
Brief Description: I will post posts from SADD Nation during the week.
Number of Events: 1

Healthy Living Club

Where: 2363 Stillwell Avenue
Hornbeck , Louisiana
Brief Description: Hornbeck High School's Healthy Living Club will be hosting National Drugs and Alcohol Awareness Week by creating posters to be displayed throughout the school and sharing information with all students regarding drug prevention over the intercom for morning announcements. All students will also watch a JUUL prevention video.
Number of Events: 1

New Orleans Addiction Professional Association (NOAPA)

Where: 3600 Manhattan Blvd.
Harvey, Louisiana
Brief Description: We will aim to advocate, encourage and promote the profession of these professionals to substantially increase the visibility and recognition as well as the accountability and credibility of Addiction Professionals at the city and state levels.
Number of Events: 2

West Carroll Partners in Prevention

Where: 706 # Main
OAK GROVE, Louisiana
Brief Description: Multiple events including contests, displays, speakers, etc. Includes students, faculty, public as appropriate to activity
Number of Events: 10

Old Harvey Civic Assoc

Where: 1501 Estalote Ave
Harvey, Louisiana
Brief Description: Community health fair
Number of Events: 1

Louisiana SADD

Where: 115A S Hummell St
Denham Springs, Louisiana
Brief Description: Social media posts during the week regarding alcohol on the Louisiana SADD FB and Twitter Pages.
Number of Events: 5

Tangipahoa Parish SADD

Where: 28635 Lindsey Erin Ln
Albany, Louisiana
Brief Description: Social media posts everyday.
Number of Events: 5

St. Helena SADD Coalition

Where: 115A S Hummell Street
Denham Springs, Louisiana
Brief Description: Think Don't Drink is a media campaign that empowers young people to protect the developing brain, understand the negative effects of alcohol, and the importance about positive decisions.
Number of Events: 4

Gardere Youth Coalition

Where: 8435 Ned Avenue Apt A
Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Brief Description: Information about the harmfulness of marijuana appropriated for Grades 6-12 and for parents. Stakeholders
Number of Events: 5

Imperial Calcasieu Human Services Authority

Where: 1 Lakeshore Drive
Lake Charles, Louisiana
Brief Description: The event will be a social media campaign sharing the resources from NIDA with facts and include some GenRX information as well.
Number of Events: 5

Jefferson Davis Prevention Coalition

Where: Hwy 90
Jennings, Louisiana
Brief Description: Social media campaign sharing facts about underage drinking
Number of Events: 5

West Carroll Partners in Prevnetion

Where: 706 # Main
Oak Grove, Louisiana
Brief Description: At this time, our offices are closed and we are working from home. We will use Facebook to communicate as well as radio and newspaper.
Number of Events: 4

Beauregard Prevention Coalition

Where: 106 West Port Streety
DeRidder, Louisiana , Louisiana
Brief Description: We will use social media to do our campaign.
Number of Events: 4

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Maine

Pequawket Valley Health Initiatives at Fryeburg Academy

Where: Main Street
Fryeburg, Maine
Brief Description: School based activities to culminate with an assembly
Number of Events: 3

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Maryland

Motor Vehicle Academy, LLC

Where: 1398 Cape St Claire Rd
Annapolis, Maryland
Brief Description: Anti Drinking and Driving campaign
Number of Events: 1

HC DrugFree

Where: 5305 Village Center Dr., Suite 206
Columbia, Maryland
When: December 31, 1969
Brief Description: Continue educating the community
Number of Events: 1

Redland Middle School

Where: 6505 Muncaster Mill Road
Rockville, Maryland
Brief Description: Information table, posters, a poster contest, daily announcements focusing on a different drug or alcohol each day of school. Our audience is middle school students.
Number of Events: 4

CADRE

Where: 3624 Rexmere
BALTIMORE , Maryland
Brief Description: UN member
Number of Events: 2

Sudbrook Magnet Middle School

Where: 4300 Bedford Road
Baltimore , Maryland
Brief Description: Providing education during our health classes to our 7th and 8th graders, and having information displayed throughout the school, along with daily announcements facts for 6-8th grader to hear.
Number of Events: 11

Meadowood Education Center

Where: 1849 Gwynn Oak Avenue
Baltimore, Maryland
Brief Description: I am a nurse in an alternative middle school. We have students come and go from our school every 45 days. Therefore, I was thinking a information table would be the best for this setting.
Number of Events: 1

Walter Johnson High School

Where: 6400 Rock Spring Drive
Bethesda, Maryland
Brief Description: Drug Chat Day
Number of Events: 1

Owings Mills High School

Where: 124 S Tollgate Rd
Owings Mills, Maryland
Brief Description: Will be presenting materials in my health room (bulletin board) and providing materials for senior Health classes.
Number of Events: 1

Somerset County Health Department

Where: 8928 Sign Post Road Ste 2
Westover, Maryland
Brief Description: We will offer different activities to include drug and alcohol trivia, opioids jeopardy style games and tobacco IQ challenge. The students will have a good time learning facts about drugs as they challenge their knowledge on all the topics listed. Incentives will be provided.
Number of Events: 2

Danya Institute

Where: 8737 Colesville Rd Ste L-203
Silver Spring, Maryland
Brief Description: Post multiple social media messaging
Number of Events: 1

Drug Free Cecil Youth Coalition (DFCYC)

Where: 140 Maffitt Street
Elkton, Maryland
Brief Description: At least 20 high school youth will hold three conversations with different people (peers/siblings/parents) every day for seven days during the National Drug and Alcohol Facts Week. The conversations will be about the fact or prevention message for the day. Facts and messages will revolve around general ATOD as well as having positive relationships. Youth will have seven fact sheets to fill out, one per day and three spaces to check off each of the three conversations they hold. Once the youth complete all seven fact conversation sheets, they will turn in them into the YES agency for a prize. This NDAFW event is taking place in a format that has been altered to fit the current Coronavirus pandemic situation with schools being closed during the NDAFW week. DFCYC @ YES youth will be mailed an envelope with the seven fact sheets. The youth will mail the completed sheets back to the YES agency. Youth will also post the facts on social media to spread awareness to more youth and adults in our county. This project was planned by a DFCYC youth along with two adults, the DFCYC Youth Advisor and the Cecil County Health Department Drug Prevention Specialist.
Number of Events: 1

Maryland Coalition of Families

Where: 10632 Little Patuxent Parkway
Columbia, Maryland
Brief Description: We are a youth advisory board that plans to share this information with a group of young adults ages 18-26.
Number of Events: 1

Carroll County Health Department

Where: 290 S. Center St.
Westminster, Maryland
Brief Description: Our online NDAFW campaign will include social media posts and emails providing substance use prevention strategies and science-based info on different drugs each day, as well as links to SAMHSA's educational resources and tools for parents to engage teens in conversation about the risks of alcohol and other drug use. The social media content posted on our "Not In Carroll" Facebook page will be shared by the Carroll County Health Department social media accounts, and emails will be shared by our community partners.
Number of Events: 10

Eleanor Roosevelt High School SADD Chapter

Where: 7503 Ridgewell Court
Beltsville, Maryland
Brief Description: This event is being planned by our SADD officers. I will ask them to explain it to your organization
Number of Events: 1

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Massachusetts

West Springfield CARE Coalition

Where: 26 Central St
West Springfield, Massachusetts
Brief Description: TBD
Number of Events: 5

The Redeemed Church

Where: 85 Bishop Allen Dr.
Cambridge , Massachusetts
Brief Description: For parents and children education and awareness
Number of Events: 3

Southbridge Academy

Where: 25 Cole Ave
Southbridge , Massachusetts
Brief Description: Event will take place in an alternative school (30) students and (10) staff. These are low-income students facing behavioral issues, substance abuse and mental health concerns.
Number of Events: 1

Substance Abuse Prevention Collaborative

Where: 365 Lindell Ave
Leominster, Massachusetts
Brief Description: To educate youth of the dangers that drugs and alcohol have on your overall well being. It does involve other community organizations, the audience goal is to have 13-18 year olds attend, and we plan on holding where teens are already. We plan on having something simple, where the youth would create a kahoot game and also a presentation on alcohol and drugs.
Number of Events: 1

H-W Partners for Youth

Where: Thornton W. Burgess Middle School
Hampden, Massachusetts
Brief Description: Our youth will be helping to organizing an event within our school and community - still in development phase. We will also participate in National Chat Day.
Number of Events: 5

Miss Hall's School

Where: 492 Holmes Road
Pittsfield, Massachusetts
Brief Description: We plan to provide visual information supplemented with email communication to the students of Miss Hall's on the topic of drug and alcohol use/abuse, how and where to seek help, and how to help a friend.
Number of Events: 2

The Redeemed Christian church of God

Where: 171 COLONEL BELL DR
BROCKTON, Massachusetts
Brief Description: Educational and informational
Number of Events: 2

SALSA (Students Advocating Life without Substance Abuse)

Where: 609 Webster St.
Needham, Massachusetts
Brief Description: Distracted Driving Awareness Quiz Vaping Awareness Campaign (posters & resources) "Talk About It"- Communication vehicle for students to contact high school guidance department dept. to request help for self/friend Audience includes 1700 NHS students (grades 9-12) Program support from Needham Public Health Division & SPAN Coalition
Number of Events: 3

Brien Center

Where: 251 Fenn St
Pittsfield, Massachusetts
Brief Description: We work in several schools in our county. I would like to have information tables available during lunches this week.
Number of Events: 4

Bristol County District Attorney's Office

Where: 31 Hampshire St.
Mansfield , Massachusetts
Brief Description: We will be hosting a Teen Safety Summit. This FREE conference will highlight and bring education & awareness to many topics that are important to teens such as mental health & wellness, substance use, discrimination, vaping, cyber safety, healthy relationships and more. Who: This summit is geared toward middle/high school students, college students, law enforcement, court personnel, youth-based organizations, healthcare providers, social service providers, prevention specialists, school personnel, college administrators, public officials, lawyers and parents
Number of Events: 1

South High Community School

Where: 170 Apricot St
Worcester, Massachusetts
Brief Description: My students in health class will be fully researching a chosen topic under the umbrella of substance use. They will collaborate to create a newsletter/website that will be shared with the whole school. We have recently begun working with the Herren Project and will continue to include their incredible message throughout our future work. We will of course be referencing many materials from NIDA as well. Lastly, our local health department will help guide our local focus.
Number of Events: 10

Martha's Vineyard Regional High Schoo

Where: 100 Edgartown Road
Oak Bluffs, Massachusetts
Brief Description: In our Health classes we will generate a myth busters campaign in our school library to ask and receive answers as part of our education ATOD unit.
Number of Events: 2

Project Here

Where: 2 Boylston Street
Boston, Massachusetts
Brief Description: Middle school students in grades 6, 7 and 8 can play the interactive web-app Project Here Games at www.projectheregames.org ! Project Here Games is an interactive educational tool to teach middle school students about the risks of substance use and how to make healthy decisions. The web-based app is free to use, does not require downloading, and is accessible on computers, tablets, and smartphones. Project Here Games was designed based on the latest research on substance use prevention and social-emotional learning. In Project Here Games, students will complete fun quizzes and short games to earn skills and unlock the “Scenarios” section of the app. In the scenarios, students can apply the information they have learned and the skills they have learned to make the best decisions in challenging real-life situations. The object of Project Here Games is to earn three stars on all eighteen scenarios.
Number of Events: 1

Sullivan Middle School

Where: 140 Apricot St Worcester, MA
Worcester, Massachusetts
Brief Description: invitation to student on-line participation (due to Covid-19)
Number of Events: 1

Brockton Area Prevention Collaborative

Where: 10 Meadowbrook Road
Brockton, Massachusetts
Brief Description: The Brockton Area Prevention Collaborative will launch a comprehensive social media campaign on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to share facts, online activities for parents and youth to engage in, as well as local resources on substance use prevention.
Number of Events: 1

Somerville Dept. of Health and Human Services

Where: 50 Evergreen Ave.
Somerville, Massachusetts
Brief Description: Our plan is to post to Instagram about twice a day with data from our surveys detailing drug and alcohol use of high schoolers and middle schoolers within this city. Our main focus is that most don't use these substances and will lead into our future posts for alcohol awareness month (April).
Number of Events: 12

Natick 180

Where: natick180@natickma.org
Natick, Massachusetts
Brief Description: We will be using social media to promote facts. We will post at least 1 each day.
Number of Events: 7

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Michigan

The Coalition for Urban Youth and Family Development

Where: 18700 James Couzens Fwy
Detroit, Michigan
Brief Description: Youth leadership training, Underage Drinking, and Youth Marijuana Use Prevention Townhalls
Number of Events: 1

The Center for Urban Youth and Family Development

Where: 18700 James Couzens Fwy
Detroit, Michigan
Brief Description: Youth leadership training, Underage Drinking, and Youth Marijuana Use Prevention Townhalls
Number of Events: 2

Lansing Young Marines

Where: 102 N. Oakland St.
Saint Johns , Michigan
Brief Description: Inform kids and parents about drug user and abuse and how to get help by passing out information and talking to them.
Number of Events: 4

Houghton-Keweenaw Communities That Care

Where: 47431 M-26 Unit 5B
Houghton, Michigan
Brief Description: I will be visiting 9 Teen Outreach Program clubs in the area, which is an evidence-based after school club in the area that teaches kids lessons in life skills. I will be playing the NDAFW Bingo game with them and emphasizing the dangers of using alcohol and other substances. The club is a mixture of middle and high school students.
Number of Events: 9

Gogebic County Communities That Care

Where: P.O. Box 63
Ramsay, Michigan
Brief Description: We would like to do assemblies in the schools and look at bringing in resources to interact with each school, like a resource fair for students, giving them opportunities to talk with each and interactive tables about different alcohol or drugs facts. We will look at presenting to 6th-12th, also inviting families in. We will look at working with the Hidden in Plain sight trailer, and also local organizations for tables of resources or interactive tables.
Number of Events: 4

Chippewa County Health Department

Where: 508 Ashmun Street Suite 120
Sault Sainte Marie, Michigan
Brief Description: During the week of March 30th through April 3rd our coalition will have a daily events table with educational materials and a sign up for a social media contest throughout the week for undergraduate students
Number of Events: 2

Chippewa County Health Department

Where: 508 Ashmun Street Suite 120
Sault Sainte Marie, Michigan
Brief Description: Our Coalition will be partnering with the high school youth engagement to create a trivia game for local middle School Students with a poster contest on any of the information that was provided on the social media sites during the week of Drug and Alcohol Fact Week.
Number of Events: 1

Dickinson County Communities That Care

Where: 301 Kent St
Iron mountain, Michigan
Brief Description: Students will come for food, dancing, and games large prizes will be given a drug and alcohol free night . 7th to 10th grade students in all school districts
Number of Events: 1

Luce County Communities that Care

Where: 405 Newberry Ave
Newberry , Michigan
Brief Description: I will do radio ads and newspaper articles along with small blurbs on social media and have our youth participate in writing the blurbs, ads and social media posts
Number of Events: 4

Delta County Communities That Care

Where: 2920 College Avenue
Escanaba, Michigan
Brief Description: We typically work with local restaurants by printing the NDAFW quiz on placements. The local restaurants use them throughout NDAFW instead of their normal place-mats. Families.
Number of Events: 1

Communities that Care of Marinette & Menominee Counties

Where: 1201 41st Avenue
Menominee, Michigan
Brief Description: We will be releasing facts on our social media pages, website and within the local schools that we are active in!
Number of Events: 4

Iron County CTC

Where: 305 west genesee st
Iron River, Michigan
Brief Description: A scavenger hunt (educational) in the morning with an open house with informational packets/take home flyers afterwards
Number of Events: 2

Citywide mentoring

Where: 18498 Edinburgh rd
Detroit, Michigan
Brief Description: Went into host Community Event open house with information provided and other activities an art contest speakers panelist
Number of Events: 3

Mackinac Communities That Care

Where: West 443 Portage Road
St. Ignace, Michigan
Brief Description: We plan to do a school wide scavenger hunt with raffle prizes along with a sober spring break social media campaign. We will target 9th-12th graders.
Number of Events: 3

Drug Free Northern Michigan Coalition Alliance

Where: 1999 Walden Dr.
Gaylord, Michigan
Brief Description: All coalitions covering 21 counties will be posting a topic each day on social media.
Number of Events: 5

Ontonagon County Communities That Care

Where: Ontonagon Area School District
Ontonagon, Michigan
Brief Description: Present addiction science and the developing brain to 6th - 10th grade students in the classroom.
Number of Events: 10

Chippewa County Communities That Care

Where: Minneapolis Street
Sault Sainte Marie, Michigan
Brief Description: Students from SHACC Youth Advisory and Youth Engagment groups with create a chalenge using NIDA information, creating questions for Students will engage in a trivia challenge and will have handout information in grades 5-8th grades on specific topics that our local area has shown a need for increased education
Number of Events: 1

Citywide mentoring

Where: 18498 Edinburgh rd
Detroit, Michigan
Brief Description: To educate the community at Large
Number of Events: 3

Baraga County Communities That Care

Where: 201 N. 4th Street
LAnse, Michigan
Brief Description: We will be playing a drug/alcohol bingo game with the students in both Baraga and L'Anse Teen Outreach Program. They are 9-12th grade students.
Number of Events: 1

Aandaajimo

Where: 12099 West Lakeshore Drive
Brimley, Michigan
Brief Description: We will have guest speakers at our Boys & Girls Club teen nights and a resource table
Number of Events: 3

Marquette County Cares Coalition

Where: 319 E Division St
Ishpeming, Michigan
Brief Description: A trivia question will be read using the announcement speaker and students can submit their answers in a jar by the office. There will be trivia questions Monday through Thursday and on Friday we will draw names out of the correct answers for prizes. This event will be done at two different schools and both of them have students grades 6-12.
Number of Events: 2

Alger County Communities that Care

Where: Falling Rock Cafe
Munising , Michigan
Brief Description: Falling rock cafe is hosting our recruitment event for our organization. At this event we will also have an information table about drugs and alcohol. We are also hoping to send out information to the schools to put on the t.v.
Number of Events: 1

Schoolcraft County Communities That Care Collaborative

Where: 100 N. Cedar Street
Manistique, Michigan
Brief Description: We are having a "Safety Day" at our local private school. We will have a panel of presenters including local prevention educators, a representative from Michigan Sate Police, a local mindfulness instructor, and a QPR instructor. Each will present to students in grades 6th, 7th, and 8th. During lunch that day we will have a "Lunch and Learn" event where we will quiz students and they will have the chance to answer trivia questions for a chance to win a gift card. We will distribute "Shatter the Myth' Booklets during this event. At our public middle/ high school we will be doing trivia questions nad facts on the morning announcements. Students will recieve a trivia question each day and students will bring their answer to our table that will be set up during lunch hour. They will submit their answers for a chance to win a gift card. We will information to distribute on our table as well as a window display in the cafeteria.
Number of Events: 2

Bay Mills Successful Youth Allinace

Where: 12099 West Lakeshore Drive
Brimley, Michigan
Brief Description: We will target ages 13-18 and parents through a social media campaign utilizing Bay Mills Indian Community, Boys & Girls Club of Bay Mills, I-LEAD Aandaajimo, and Bay Mills new facebook pages.
Number of Events: 1

Genesee Health System

Where: 420 W. Fifth Avenue
Flint, Michigan
Brief Description: • Quiz for staff with small prizes for compliance/participation • Keyrings that say “don’t drink and drive” with dual logos for individuals coming into our lobbies that week. • Resources/Information in the lobbies • Logo’d backdrops for selfies with appropriate props – such as a frame with National Drug and Alcohol week’s logo in the corner – or an appropriate hashtag, etc.
Number of Events: 3

Calhoun Area Career Center

Where: 475 EAST ROOSEVELT AVE
Battle Creek, Michigan
Brief Description: Students will choose their event type and topic
Number of Events: 10

Lakeshore Regional Entity

Where: 5000 Hakes Dr. Ste. 250
Norton Shores, Michigan
Brief Description: We will host a total of 8 hours of consumer engagement during spring break at the Grand Rapids Children's Museum - their highest attended window of time (two week period of late March/early April). The Museum attracts parents/grandparents of youth ages 0- 10 - high concentration, and our goal is to share a free website and app, www.talksooner.org, providing tools and tips for parents in how to navigate the "drug talk" with their child(ren), at any age/stage of development
Number of Events: 2

The Wayne Focus

Where: 4526 South John Hix Road
Wayne, Michigan
Brief Description: We will have a half day event a local park to which the community will be invited. There will be a two to three hour event hosted at a local library and open to the public. During the week messages and information will be distributed to local, statewide and other school locations including age specific materials for elementary school children, high schools and colleges.
Number of Events: 2

Springport police

Where: 300 w main st
Spribgport, Michigan
Brief Description: Middle school kids and dangers
Number of Events: 7

The Center for Urban Youth and Family Development

Where: 15827 Indiana St.
Detroit, Michigan
Brief Description: We'll be conducting a social media campaign using our own PSAs regarding substance abuse prevention.
Number of Events: 1

The Coalition For Urban Youth & Family Development

Where: 15827 Indiana St.
Detroit, Michigan
Brief Description: Social media campaign using our own PSAs
Number of Events: 1

The Empowerment Zone Coalition

Where: 5555 Conner St
Detroit, Michigan
Brief Description: Presenting facts and information about substance abuse prevention on our social media platforms.
Number of Events: 1

Changing Lives and Staying Sober

Where: 17405 Lahser
Detroit, Michigan
Brief Description: Since the youth are out of school, we have turned our social media campaign into a service learning project where all youth participate by posting a minimum of 5 drug facts, 1 each day, that also includes hashtags and other tags.
Number of Events: 25

Cruz Clinic

Where: 17177 N Laurel Park Dr
Liviona, Michigan
Brief Description: Will post on line since we are remote only at this time. It will be sent out to all of our patients and the geneal public. It will involved eduation. We normally have items in our waiting room and online. This year obviously will be a little different.
Number of Events: 7

Genesee County Prevention Coalition

Where: G4428 Fenton Rd.
Flint, Michigan
Brief Description: Different social media posts each day during National Drug Facts Week. Target audience includes high school students and parents of youth ages 12-17.
Number of Events: 5

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Minnesota

Kato Public Charter School

Where: 110 North 6th Street
Mankato, Minnesota
Brief Description: Students will walk around as ghosts during the day related to how they died based on the drug or alcohol abuse. At the end the class will present on drugs and alcohol.
Number of Events: 1

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Mississippi

Grace Outreach Communty Developement Center

Where: 1633 Broadway Extended
Greenville, Mississippi
Brief Description: We are educating our community on epidemic of vaping, tobacco products, and marijuana which is very prevalent in our area. We plan to invite other faith based organizations, community members and leaders to come get educated on vaping, tobacco products, and marijuana which is very prevalent in our area. We will also invite with our local substance abuse office and local tobacco project director to assist us with this forum to educate our target office. We will also have testimonies from people in our community that have overcame and answer questions from the audience.
Number of Events: 1

Jackson State University Metro Jackson Community Prevention Coalition

Where: 1400 John R. Lynch Street
Jackson, Mississippi
Brief Description: MJCPC and the JSU Junior Class will co-host the Glowstick Party which will feature free non-alcoholic beverages, snacks. The DJ will make alcohol and prevention announcements during the party. There will be an information table with pamphlets and fact sheets on the dangers of underage drinking and marijuana use. All university students are invited to attend.
Number of Events: 1

Jackson State University Metro Jackson Community Prevention Coalition

Where: 1400 John R. Lynch Street
Jackson, Mississippi
Brief Description: JSU MJCPC will set up an anti-marijuana information "hot spot" booth during the JSU Student Government Association Election Day to select SGA officers for the 2020-21 academic year.
Number of Events: 1

Ninth Grade Academy

Where: 634 Finney Road
Canton, Mississippi
Brief Description: We are having a Take Down Tobacco event for the students and the parents.
Number of Events: 1

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Missouri

Avila University

Where: 11901 Wornall Rd
Kansas City , Missouri
Brief Description: I am wanting to set up an information table with facts and statistics with both teen and adult drug and alcohol abuse. We have college students of all ages. I would like to do a trivia night as well in which I would be for college students, mostly 18-22 year olds.
Number of Events: 2

COMMUNITY BEHAVIOR HEALTH

Where: 11897 BENHAM RD
St. Louis, Missouri
Brief Description: THE REASON FOR THE EVENT IS TO COMTINUE TO BRING AWARDENESS ABOUT THE HARMFUL AFFECTS OF DRUGS AND ALCOHOL.
Number of Events: 1

Washington Police Department

Where: 301 Jefferson St
Washington, Missouri
Brief Description: We are hosting a social media campaign on facebook to raise awareness. along with a drawing contest for our Dare students.
Number of Events: 5

Boys and Girls Clubs of Springfield

Where: 1410 N Fremont Ave
Springfield, Missouri
Brief Description: Each of our Boys and Girls Club Units will participate in various NDAFW activities of their choice with our members (K-12) throughout the week of April 6-10
Number of Events: 15

Southeast Missouri Behavioral Health

Where: Online
Online, Missouri
Brief Description: Southeast Missouri Behavioral Health will be posting social media posts during Drugs Facts Week for every day of the event about alcohol, tobacco, and prescription drugs.
Number of Events: 7

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Montana

Western Montana Mental Health

Where: 34169 US Hwy 2
Libby, Montana
Brief Description: Rock Lincoln County
Number of Events: 3

Eastern Montana Community Mental Health Center

Where: 119 South Kendrick
Glendive , Montana
Brief Description: Multiple events at the school and community level. SAMSA Public service announcements playing all week long over the local radio stations. Facts read by student daily during home room announcements. Display set up at the high school with books and handouts on drugs and alcohol. Mural created by high school students in support of National Drug and Alcohol fact week and Alcohol Awareness month in April to be display in the community. Hosting a Hidden In Plain Sight room spreading awareness about drug paraphernalia to parents, teachers, law enforcement, and community members (21 and older).
Number of Events: 5

Eastern Montana Community Mental Health Center

Where: 119 South Kendrick
Glendive, Montana
Brief Description: 1. Public Service Announcements played over the local public radio all week long. 2. Daily facts read over school announcements systems by students. 3. Mural created by the high school art class displaying their views on the abuse of drugs and alcohol within the community. 4. Hidden in plain sight display room set up all week long for teachers, law enforcement, local government officials, parents, health department personnel, hospital staff, and any other interested parties within the community. The room will help people who go through learn to identify drug paraphernalia and other products encouraging drug use. 5. Informational center set up at high school with books, handouts, and fact sheet on drugs and alcohol. Available for students to look through and get materials on their own time.
Number of Events: 1

Boys & Girls Club of the Hi-Line

Where: 500 1st Avenue
Havre, Montana
Brief Description: Bingo Coloring Coffee Sleeves & Coffee shop bags with facts & having them distribute Let's Talk Drugs & Alcohol Chapters
Number of Events: 3

EMCMHC Prevention Services

Where: 2508 Wilson St
Miles City, Montana
Brief Description: Will be setting up the "Hidden In Plain Site" mock youth bedroom and inviting parents, teachers, professionals and anyone over 21 interested in learning drug references that youth are aware of and may have in their possession. The event will be fulfilled with NIDA Handouts - Drugs: Shatter the Myth - Family Checkup - Marijuana: Facts Parents Need to Know - BINGO game and Vocabulary and ParentingMT.org .
Number of Events: 2

EMCMHC

Where: Fallon County
Baker, Plevna, Montana
Brief Description: Fallon county along with the help of local businesses will be hosting, SADD luncheon for the students that are members, at this event we will be doing NIDA Bingo, We also have planned a coloring/poster contest for elementary, middle and high school, and one contest open to the general public for the most realistic motivational poster. Along with posting posters around local businesses & schools. An informative table will be set up a couple days before @ the parent teacher conferences.
Number of Events: 5

EMCMHC

Where: Fallon County
Baker, Plevna, Montana
Brief Description: Fallon county along with the help of local businesses will be hosting, SADD luncheon for the students that are members, at this event we will be doing NIDA Bingo, We also have planned a coloring/poster contest for elementary, middle and high school, and one contest open to the general public for the most realistic motivational poster. Along with posting posters around local businesses & schools. An informative table will be set up a couple days before @ the parent teacher conferences.
Number of Events: 5

Boys & Girls Club of the Hi-Line

Where: 500 1st Ave
Havre, Montana
Brief Description: Boys & Girls Club will be holding a week of activites in all our centers focused on Shattering the Myths about Drugs & Alcohol. Our teen youth coalition will help host events including games and activities, a visit by the Border Patrol Drug dog. Our activates are for Club members age 6-18.
Number of Events: 5

Annual March Against Drugs and Violence (MADV)

Where: Yellowstone County Courthouse Lawn
Billings, Montana
Brief Description: We host several educational events that lead to an annual event on topics of substance abuse and violence prevention at the local Courthouse Lawn (city center of Billings, MT). Main event every 2nd Saturday of June from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. We have local leadership speak, Mayor, Chief of Police, guest speakers, give away 300 tee shirts, free BBQ, information bags working with several non profits (Boys and Girls Club of Yellowstone County, Passages, RimRock Foundation, Yellowstone Boys and Girls Ranch, DEA, TumbleWeed Runaway Program, Yellowstone County DUI Taskfoce, Global Peace Foundation MT, Friendship House, United Way of Yellowstone County, Community Leadership Development Inc., and Elks Lodge #394.
Number of Events: 7

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Nebraska

Lincoln County Youth Leaders

Where: 121 N. Dewey
North Platte, Nebraska
Brief Description: We are still planning our events. We will have events at both our high school and our middle school. Stay tuned for more info!
Number of Events: 6

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Nevada

Church of Christ

Where: 480- Clear Creek Avenue Carson City, NV 89701
Carson City, Nevada
Brief Description: Church missionizing event, goal to help educate the public where to go and when to seek help.
Number of Events: 1

Lahontan Paramedical

Where: http://www.lahontanparamedical.com
Yerington, Nevada
Brief Description: we want to educate our small community on the danger of DRUGs , Vaping and Alcohol
Number of Events: 1

Reno-Sparks Indian Colony

Where: 1900 Prosperity Street
Reno, Nevada
Brief Description: Place posters aroud the community. Bring a group of 10 youth to the Tribal COurt and talk to them about their brain development and drug use. One afternoon on April 3rd.
Number of Events: 1

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New Hampshire

Dover Youth to Youth

Where: Alumni Drive
Dover, New Hampshire
Brief Description: Speaker at the high school for at least the junior class, combined with follow up poster/ info tent campaign and radio PSAs on local stations that reinforce the messages of teh presentation.
Number of Events: 2

Kearsarge Regional High School

Where: 457 North Rd.
N. Sutton, New Hampshire
Brief Description: KRHS Graphic Design students will research and design posters highlighting specific drug and alcohol facts, the Drawing class will create original drawings depicting an aspect of addiction and our Wellness classes will participate in the Chat Day.
Number of Events: 3

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New Jersey

Union City Public Schools: Alcohol & Drug Prevention (ADP)

Where: 2500 Kennedy Blvd
Union City , New Jersey
Brief Description: Student will facilitate workshops to health classes on E-Cigs/ Vaping
Number of Events: 5

Summit High School

Where: 125 Kent Place Blvd
Summit, New Jersey
Brief Description: We have many different events going on: Morning announcements with data and impact Visual display with resources for addiction and mental health Assembly OM3D (similar to Every 15 Minutes) with 11 and 12 grade experiencing a mock accident and the aftermath of the accident due to drug, drunk or distracted driving Health classes teachable moments Mental Health Awareness Club doing an activity with concurring conditions
Number of Events: 5

Union City Board of Education

Where: 318 18th Street
Wood Ridge, New Jersey
Brief Description: School-wide campaign to promote drug and alcohol education and prevention.
Number of Events: 2

Bernards Township Health Department

Where: 262 South Finley Ave
Basking Ridge, New Jersey
Brief Description: Social media campaign for our Facebook followers
Number of Events: 5

High Point Regional High School

Where: 299 Pidgeon Hill Rd
Sussex, New Jersey
Brief Description: Our students will complete the IQ Challenge and we are hoping to attend Chat Day. Flyers will be posted around the building
Number of Events: 1

School Based Youth Services- Hunterdon Central Regional High School

Where: 84 Route 31
Flemington, New Jersey
Brief Description: Set up Information Tables with Psycho-Ed materials specifically on Prevention of Drug and Alcohol abuse for grades 9-12
Number of Events: 2

Jefferson Township Municipal Alliance Committee

Where: 1010 Weldon Rd.
Lake Hopatcong, New Jersey
Brief Description: Our Jefferson Township Municipal Alliance Committee students will be hosting the National Chat Day program at the Middle School.
Number of Events: 5

SADD WDHS

Where: 1600 Crown Point Road
West Deptford, New Jersey
Brief Description: We plan on setting up an information table during lunches, giving away items, having students complete a pledge, handing out information packets on statistics, effects and places they can get help.
Number of Events: 5

Kearny Prevention Coalition

Where: 645 Kearny Ave
Kearny, New Jersey
Brief Description: As a part of our Teen coalition, we will be hosting a game night.
Number of Events: 1

Summit High School

Where: 125 Kent Place Blvd
Summit, New Jersey
Brief Description: Facts sent out to community each day about drug and alcohol misuse, Chat Day in all grade 9 health/PE classes - using materials on website, Gallery set up with damage caused by drug and alcohol misuse, resources for students / families struggling with drug and alcohol misuse, OM3D (One Moment 3 Decisions) two day assembly program on the dangers of driving under the influence of alcohol, drugs or distracted driving (modeled after the Evcery 15 Minutes Program)
Number of Events: 5

Hunterdon County Youth Coalition

Where: 85 Voorhees Corner Road
Flemington, New Jersey
Brief Description: presenting on current drug trends in our area and showing our coalition's new documentary, "Fentanyl Factor" to youth.
Number of Events: 1

Schuyler-Colfax Middle School

Where: 1500 Hamburg Turnpike
Wayne, New Jersey
Brief Description: Students will be sharing facts/statistics about addiction, vaping, drugs and alcohol during morning announcements each day, Facts/posters and a bulletin board will be posted around the school, 8th graders will participate in drug fact BINGO during lunches, 7th graders will be learning about the teen brain and addiction in health classes and hosting a class discussion, 6th graders will be writing letters to their families informing them about vaping and the dangers, then they will take a stand against vaping and make a promise to themselves not to ever participate in such risky behaviors and hosting a class discussions
Number of Events: 5

McManus Middle Schol

Where: 300 Edgewood Road
Linden, New Jersey
Brief Description: A school wide poster contest about the effects/dangers about vaping.
Number of Events: 2

Garifeld Prevention Coaliition

Where: VFW Post
Garfield , New Jersey
Brief Description: Panelist include Mayor, Police Lt., Recovery Specialist, RN and Mom, Youth Coalition Member
Number of Events: 1

Garfield Prevention Coalition

Where: GPD Community Affairs Office
Garfield, New Jersey
Brief Description: Hidden in Plain Sight is a set up of teen's room with potential signs of alcohol, nicotine or drug use items parents might find. We will have the luxury of having an entire apt to set up in this format, with an information power point running on a continuous loop.
Number of Events: 2

Warren County Community College

Where: 475 Route 57 West Washington NJ 07882 (908) 835-WCCC (9222)
Washington, New Jersey
Brief Description: My name is Dr. Alessandre Singher. I teach the addiction curriculum and Sociology. We will have a booth at the college entrance
Number of Events: 1

Matawan Regional High School

Where: 405 Atlantic Ave
Aberdeen, New Jersey
Brief Description: Our Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) club will be have a table at lunches with informational flyers each day in lunches for students to stop by to receive information on Monday - vaping Tuesday - alcohol Wednesday - marijuana Thursday - opioids/prescription drugs Friday - driving under the influence
Number of Events: 5

Sussex County Office of Substance Abuse and Alcohol Services

Where: One Spring Street
Newton, New Jersey
Brief Description: We will post something on twitter for five days during National Drug and Alcohol Fact Week. We have already posted an article in the County Newsletter
Number of Events: 5

Recovery Support Specialist , Integrity House

Where: 415 Speedwell Ave.
Morris Plains, New Jersey
Brief Description: educate clients through out the week on the facts behind the opiate epidemic
Number of Events: 5

Delaware Valley Regional High School

Where: 19 Senator Stout Road
Frenchtown, New Jersey
Brief Description: Since we are currently out of school for the Covid 19, I will be disseminating information to staff and students via email. All students, grades 9-12 will receive daily emails from me.
Number of Events: 1

MMAC

Where: 201 Sagamore Road
Millburn, New Jersey
Brief Description: Since we are out of school we will be doing an online campaign for students in middle and high school.
Number of Events: 5

One Community One Family Coalition

Where: 250 2nd Street
Elizabeth, New Jersey
Brief Description: The event will mostly focus on using the social media Facebook page. This will include Test your IQ Monday, Trivia Tuesday, Did You Know and Fact Friday.
Number of Events: 1

Join Together Atlantic County

Where: 626 N. Shore Road
Absecon, New Jersey
Brief Description: Facebook Posts for National Drug Facts Week
Number of Events: 4

Northern Valley Regional HS

Where: 100 Central Ave
Old Tappan, New Jersey
Brief Description: Sharing information via social media and student email. Audience is HS students
Number of Events: 5

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New Mexico

University of New Mexico Campus Office of Substance Abuse Prevention (COSAP)

Where: 1 University of New Mexico
Albuquerque, New Mexico
Brief Description: Tabling event and explaining the effects of drugs and alcohol. College students passing by can stop by and take a Narcan training to learn how to administer it.
Number of Events: 2

Capacity Builders, Inc.

Where: 414 W Broadway
Farmington, New Mexico
Brief Description: The Navajo Youth Builders Coalition will conduct a social media campaign. Posting facts about Drugs and Alcohol on the NYBC facebook page.
Number of Events: 10

Native Connections Project with Navajo Technical University

Where: P.O. BOX 849
Crownpoint, New Mexico
Brief Description: Raise awareness on suicide prevention to our community youth and community adult members.
Number of Events: 4

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New York

Septa

Where: 42 Shore Road
Babylon, New York
Brief Description: Help others
Number of Events: 1

Health Education Programs

Where: 20 Pierces Road
Newburgh, New York
Brief Description: Gotta meet with other community organizations to determine this.
Number of Events: 1

SUNY Orange Wellness Center

Where: 115 South Street, Middletown, NY, United States 10940
Middletown, New York
Brief Description: We will play a game of Wellness Jeopardy! Drug Facts Edition as well as provide informational tabling. We will invite a drug prevention agency in our area to table alongside us. Our audience is community college students.
Number of Events: 2

Ossining Union Free School District

Where: 29 S. Highland Ave
Ossining, New York
Brief Description: We plan to host a week long awareness campaign at the High School. Our Y2Y Club will take on a big role in carrying this event out. Our audience will be their peer students, and faculty who would like to be involved. Our plan does not involve other organizations.
Number of Events: 5

Binghamton University

Where: 4400 Vestal Parkway East
Binghamton, New York
Brief Description: Binghamton University is a public university in New York that serves a diverse population of students ages 18-24. For National Drug Facts Week 2020 we plan to release promotional information on top drugs of concern (Alcohol, marijuana, adderall, and e-cigs) as well as a tabling/informational event during that week. At the event we will have trivia questions for students to answer.
Number of Events: 1

West Valley Central School

Where: 5359 School St
West Valley, New York
Brief Description: An opportunity to have our SADD Chapter educate our youth grades PreK-12
Number of Events: 1

CAPE at Linden Avenue Middle School

Where: 65 W Market Street
Red Hook, New York
Brief Description: As the prevention counselor in our school, I would like to host a lunch table/awareness event during all three lunch periods (6th-8th grade) and allow students to take the NDAFW quiz with an opportunity to test their knowledge and be entered to win prizes. I will also display posters on the risks of various drugs and be available to answer any questions.
Number of Events: 1

RyeACT Coalition

Where: Rye Community (multiple locations)
Rye, New York
Brief Description: The RyeACT Youth Action Team (youth leaders from the high school) will work with students from the middle school and adult members of the coalition's communications team and substance-specific action teams (subcommittees) to create a series of facts/data points to "shatter the myths" about our 4 substances of focus: alcohol, marijuana, e-cigs/vaping, and Rx drugs. Youth will select the messages (a series of 5-7 per substance), and generate the designs. Facts will be displayed throughout the middle school (grades 6-8) and high school (grades 9-12) during NDAFW. Images will also be shared with the larger community through social media posts (rotating), print ads in the local newspaper, and student newspaper, and presentations to community leaders. "Research" to identify and select messages will be done by students (HS youth coalition members and 8th graders in the middle school health classes). Students will also work with the coalition's graphic designer to create the designs, and will be responsible for presenting the information to community leaders, and sharing it with youth on social media. We are also working on a possible component for elementary school youth that is still TBD. Adult coalition members will disseminate messages to adults on the RyeACT website and social media, and via print ads in the local newspaper.
Number of Events: 5

Herkimer County Prevention Council - Herkimer County Community College

Where: 100 Reservoir Road
Herkimer, New York
Brief Description: I will be setting up a table in the college's main campus center, featuring drug fact posters and informational brochures. I will be seeing college students, primarily ages 18-21. For those that wish, they can participate in a scavenger hunt.
Number of Events: 1

NYS SADD

Where: State St
Albany, New York
Brief Description: #MyHigh Challenge for social media
Number of Events: 1

NYS SADD

Where: Erie St
Buffalo, New York
Brief Description: SADD/NIDA Twitter Chat
Number of Events: 1

NYS SADD

Where: Carleton Ave
Central Islip, New York
Brief Description: Be a social media influencer and share SADD’s social media posts all week.
Number of Events: 1

Roy C. Ketcham High School

Where: jessica.sirianni@wcsdny.org
Wappinger Falls, New York
Brief Description: Lunch tables, bulletin boards, video of awareness, etc.
Number of Events: 1

Community Parent Center

Where: cpc1260@hotmail.com
North Merrick, New York
Brief Description: Getting Ready for Middle School is a program to ease the transition from elementary school to middle school for 6th grade students and their parents. The goal of the program is to help the students and their parents understand the challenges that they will encounter in the middle school environment. The program addresses the academic, social and emotional changes faced by adolescents; thereby helping them become more confident, resilient and independent individuals. It promotes positive changes for the family, provides the students with the skills they need for their personal and academic success and promotes drug, alcohol, tobacco and violence prevention.
Number of Events: 2

Prevention Network

Where: 906 Spencer St
Syracuse, New York
Brief Description: We will hold an agency open house during Drug and alcohol facts week including games of jeopardy, educational resources, presentations, agency tour,and more information on services offered. Stop by anytime between 4-7PM on 3/31!
Number of Events: 1

Nopiates Committee, Inc.

Where: Averill Park High School
Averill Park, New York
Brief Description: Nopiates Committee has partnered with Averill Park High School, Averill Park Educati0n Foundation, and Sand Lake Center for the Arts to Promoting a weeked of awareness. On April 3rd, community partners are bringing former NBA basketball player Chris Herron to share his journey with substance use disorder with the entire student body at Averill Park High School. Then on Saturday April 4 & 5 will be the presentation of the play (In)Dependent. This play follows the life of Ryan, who suffered with a substance use disorder and currently in recovery. We follow Ryan as he struggles to maintain his relationships with friends and family. Within the play we bring a face to the disease of addiction, and prove that addiction doesn't discriminate and recovery is possible. We see this as another way that we reach out to community members and promote awareness, prevention and support. We will be having prevention and recovery support agencies tabling at both showings of the play. Our audience will be community members, parents, students
Number of Events: 3

Pittsford Mendon High School

Where: 472 Mendon Rd
Pittsford, New York
Brief Description: Hold a lunch time event focusing on vaping/e-cigarettes. There are 2 high schools in the district so will hold 2 total with one at each high school each grades 9-12.
Number of Events: 2

Beacon High School

Where: 101 Matteawan Rd
Beacon, New York
Brief Description: Every morning during the daily announcement, the speaker will say a fact about either drugs or alcohol to the whole school, while they are all listening to the morning announcements. This is an effective way to present information to the whole school while they are listening.
Number of Events: 5

Beacon High School

Where: 101 Matteawan Rd
Beacon, New York
Brief Description: We will create eye-catching posters that will be displayed throughout the middle school so all the students are able to learn the facts about drugs and alcohol at a young age and be caution of the choices they make when they are older.
Number of Events: 6

Special Music School

Where: 122 Amsterdam Ave
New York, New York
Brief Description: We are looking to do events during the lunch periods of our school time as well as two after school events. We are getting student volunteers to help put two posts into place for lunch time as many of our kids don't go to the cafeteria. We have your NIDA Drug Jeopardy one day, I'm putting together a scavenger hunt another day, a wellness walk for the entire week, an Anti Drug Graffiti Wall, Resource Day - Local and National Resources to get help,Drug and Alcohol IQ challenge from your site, a poster contest and working on other events/items. We are looking to reach 9-12 graders. We are a small school with about 40 kids per grade. As this is my first event, I'm doing the best with the time and resources I have available right now.
Number of Events: 5

Student Assistance Services

Where: 840 King Street
Rye Brook, New York
Brief Description: We will be providing information to students about the dangers of different drugs, specifically ones that are used most commonly in out community. We will be doing programming for grades 6-12.
Number of Events: 5

Septa

Where: 42 Shore Road
Babylon, New York
Brief Description: Help others with disability
Number of Events: 3

Madison Square Boys and Girls Club

Where: 543 east 189th Street
Bronx, New York
Brief Description: Our organization runs a drug prevention program for teens between the ages of 14-18 years of age. At the end of the program members can choose a form of community service project to help teach other teens about the effects of substancea and drug use. This is the community service project teens chose this year. To host this event.
Number of Events: 5

chittenango high school

Where: 150 genesee street
chittenango , New York
Brief Description: SADD students will post alcohol facts and messages on a bulletin board in the main lobby of the HS
Number of Events: 1

Valley Central Middle School

Where: 1189 Route 17K
Montgomery, New York
Brief Description: Cleassroom presentations
Number of Events: 1

Orchard View Alternative High School SADD

Where: 25 Corporate Park Drive
Hopewell Junction, New York
Brief Description: We will be focusing on a Social Media campaign that will culminate with signage around our building with anti-vaping and "my high" themes. We will be sharing the #myhigh message as well as posting daily to social media during the entire week to raise awareness.
Number of Events: 1

Center For Family Life and Recovery

Where: 502 Court St
Utica , New York
Brief Description: Social Media posts on the agency facebook page for NDAFW.
Number of Events: 5

Collegiate Recovery Program

Where: Tompkins Cortland Community College 170 North St.
Dryden, New York
Brief Description: movie screening of "Anonymous People" with resource centers from around the surrounding communities coming to table. Tabling a science experiment for how drugs interact in your brain. Tabling a fiction vs nonfiction drug facts. Drug Facts Trivia night. A paint and sip social event with mocktails. Tabling for mental illness and substance abuse. All done at the campus in various locations
Number of Events: 6

Massapequa Takes Action Coalition

Where: 75 Grand Avenue
Massapequa, New York
Brief Description: Since 1997, MTAC has collaborated with Massapequa Public Schools, parents, residents, law enforcement, clergy, private and non-profit agencies, businesses and federal, state and local governments to enhance efforts to prevent substance misuse and to promote a healthy Massapequa. Working together, MTAC and the Massapequa community promote a healthy Massapequa by addressing drug misuse, underage drinking and addiction so our youth grow up drug free. Working with Facebook and Instagram, social media posts will include facts and data to "shatter the myths" about alcohol, marijuana, e-cigarettes/vaping and prescription drugs.
Number of Events: 15

Drug Policy Alliance

Where: https://www.madeofmillions.com/series/first-of-all
New York, New York
Brief Description: Sasha Simon, Safety First Senior Program Manager at the Drug Policy Alliance, is hosting a livestreamed webseries called First of All, which aims to clear away all the junk science and stigma related to substance use, putting science, dignity and respect first. In this series, Simon brings key components of a harm reduction-approach to drug education to life online so viewers can discover innovative ways to learn about drugs that could save their lives or those of the people they love. Episode 1: What is Harm Reduction? premieres at the start of National Drugs and Alcohol Facts Week. Decades of associating the term “harm reduction” with injection drug use often leaves adults and educators baffled about how the concept is applied in a classroom setting. Consider comprehensive sex ed as an example. We know that by speaking openly and honestly with youth about sex -- and the associated risks -- early on, we can reduce the occurrence of infectious diseases, stigma, teen pregnancy and even adolescent sexual activity. So why aren’t we using the same approach with drug education? Harm reduction recognizes that total, life long abstinence among all people at all times is simply an unattainable goal. Reality-based education is key, and preparing young people to keep themselves and others safe is critical as they inevitably encounter more drugs as they progress into adulthood. This episode explores the impact of Just Say No philosophies and the War on Drugs on the way we understand -- or don’t -- drugs. Learn harm reduction strategies that every teen and adult should know, even if they don’t use drugs.
Number of Events: 1

Beacon High School

Where: 101 Matteawan Road
Beacon, New York
Brief Description: Everyone will play the Kahoot game
Number of Events: 1

Beacon High School

Where: 101 Matteawan Road
Beacon, New York
Brief Description: Taking the National Drug & Alcohol IQ Challenge.
Number of Events: 1

Beacon High School

Where: 101 Matteawan Road
Beacon, New York
Brief Description: Participating in the Drug Facts Challenge!, an interactive game using scientific facts about the brain and addiction, marijuana, vaping, and more.
Number of Events: 1

Chenango Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition

Where: 24 Conkey Ave
Norwich , New York
Brief Description: We will be holding an online Zoom Meeting during our Quarentine with Cards of "Shatter the Myth"
Number of Events: 2

TYSA

Where: 444 Saint Marks Place
Staten Island, New York
Brief Description: We will be posting some of the NDAFW Kahoot games and tweets during this week. We are hoping that are coalition members/partners and their clients participate and interact with the posts and games.
Number of Events: 7

The Council on Addiction Prevention and Education of Dutchess County, Inc. (CAPE)

Where: 807 Route 52
Fishkill, New York
Brief Description: Due to Covid 19 we are going to do a Facebook Campaign with facts, and also post the Drug IQ Challenge. Youth and Families will be our prospective audience
Number of Events: 2

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North Carolina

Jp2 students against destructive decisions

Where: John Paul II Catholic High School 2725 E 14th Street Greenville, NC 27858 US
Greenville , North Carolina
Brief Description: The basic idea of this is the Students Against Destructive Decisions club members will get together on a Saturday to make or put up information posters about the dangers of drug/alcohol especially for teens. We will be putting these up Monday morning at school if we make them if we do not make them ourselves we will put them up Saturday and than watch a informational movie on The dangers of drugs/alcohol. Our targeting audience is teenagers in our school to help inform them on the real dangers of drug/alcohol use.
Number of Events: 1

West Wilkes Middle School

Where: 1677 N. Hwy 16
Wilkesboro, North Carolina
Brief Description: Our prevention team will have a drug facts trivia game set up during the 3 lunches and possible at our end of the year PBIS celebration.
Number of Events: 2

CC Griffin Middle School

Where: Griffins Gate Drive
Concord, North Carolina
Brief Description: During the week we will display informational posters about teen substance use.
Number of Events: 1

UNC Health

Where: 101 Manning Drive
Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Brief Description: We will have registration table with information. Then 3 sessions ongoing during the event. 1) drugs and alcohol and the science behind abuse. Clinical dual diagnosis discussions. 2) Healing for the care giver (family, friends and others). How to set boundaries. How to encourage recovery without enabling. 3). Fun time with those at risk. Replacing old and unhealthy behaviors with healthy and fun activities.
Number of Events: 6

RENEW Bryson City

Where: Slope Street
Bryson City, North Carolina
Brief Description: Work with the high school students, and maybe even the middle schoolers, along with parents and teachers. Other organizations are welcome to help and participate.
Number of Events: 5

RENEW Bryson City

Where: Bryson City, NC
BRyson City, North Carolina
Brief Description: assembly of middle school students and smaller high school groups
Number of Events: 2

CHOICES SA/MH INC

Where: 601 Country Club Drive Suite A
Greenville, North Carolina
Brief Description: Understanding the dangers of smoking marijuana
Number of Events: 2

Coastal Horizons

Where: 615 Shipyard Blvd
Wilmington, North Carolina
Brief Description: training for staff across many disciplines - child to adult, SUD to MH, urban to rural
Number of Events: 1

Community Impact NC

Where: https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/3981081320837106188
Waynesville, North Carolina
Brief Description: This is a webinar which will provide primary prevention related to a person's genetic makeup in relation to risks associated with substance misuse. This is for adults working with youth and prevention specialists. Coalitions from across North Carolina will be included. Registration: https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/3981081320837106188
Number of Events: 1

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North Dakota

Nelson-Griggs District Health Unit

Where: PO Box 365
McVille, North Dakota
Brief Description: Provide facts on alcohol prior to 3 high school proms; provide opioid facts on social media
Number of Events: 6

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Ohio

Catholic Charities Services

Where: 1515 West 29 st
Cleveland, Ohio
Brief Description: I am planning to bring awareness to our community about the heroin epidemic in Ohio. The target are the parents. There will be two presentation one November 12, 2019 in English. November 19, 2019 in Spanish. Both presentation will be hold at St. Michael Church hall in Cleveland Oh.
Number of Events: 2

Ashley Donaugh

Where: 1205 Cambridge Road
Coshocton, Ohio
Brief Description: I will be participating in the Drug week for my Health classes. The grade level range from 8th grade to 10th grade.
Number of Events: 5

Loveland Educating Against Alcohol and Drugs Coalition (LEAAD)

Where: 801 S Lebanon Road
Loveland, Ohio
Brief Description: Social media campaign/posting each day, trivia gift card giveaway by challenging students at Loveland High School and Loveland Middle School to take the myth busting survey, having an information table during lunches at both LHS and LMS (grades 7-12). Youth members of our coalition will staff the booth.
Number of Events: 8

The LCADA Way

Where: 1930 Reid Ave
Lorain, Ohio
Brief Description: Midview Middle School will hold a scavenger hunt. Students will have to find the answer to questions surrounding vaping throughout their school. Once all questions are complete, the student will get a prize.
Number of Events: 1

Everything Recovery

Where: 3300 Wooster Rd
Rocky River, Ohio
Brief Description: I would like to have an information table and engage students in scavenger hunt.
Number of Events: 1

Ohio SADD

Where: c/o 2650 Main Street
Millersport, Ohio
Brief Description: Social media campaign
Number of Events: 7

Ohio SADD

Where: c/o 2650 Main Street
Millersport, Ohio
Brief Description: Attempt to get as many proclamations across Ohio including a proclamation from the Governor
Number of Events: 20

Ohio SADD

Where: c/o 2650 Main Street
Millersport, Ohio
Brief Description: Ask students to particiapte in campaign and pledge
Number of Events: 1

Ohio SADD

Where: c/o 2650 Main Street
Millersport, Ohio
Brief Description: Add questions to already established program to highlight NDAFW
Number of Events: 5

Ohio SADD

Where: c/o 2650 Main Street
Millersport, Ohio
Brief Description: Partner with Ohio DRE to give presenation to SADD Chapter/students
Number of Events: 1

Ohio SADD

Where: c/o 2650 Main Street
Millersport, Ohio
Brief Description: SADD/NIDA twitter chat April 5th
Number of Events: 1

SADD SPEAKS

Where: 9105 Harding Hwy
Harrod, Ohio
Brief Description: I will be doing the my high challenge, social media influencer, and the video. I will be doing some of the stuff with my SADD group too.
Number of Events: 3

SADD SLC

Where: 212 South High St.
Lafayette, Ohio
Brief Description: Participating in three activities.  (1) SADD/# MyHigh Challenge. (2) Social media influencer -  sharing all SADD social media posts during the week.  (3) Participating in the SADD SADD/NIDA chat on April 5th.
Number of Events: 3

SADD- Indian Hill High School

Where: 6855 drake road
cincinnati, Ohio
Brief Description: Throughtout the week will share all post from saddnation about NDAFW
Number of Events: 1

Save Our Youth Initiative

Where: 10055 Wayne Avenue
Cincinnati, Ohio
Brief Description: This is goin to be a kind interactive learning, or a talk show, whereby the speaker delivers the talk and participants can ask their various questions. Basically for youth but adults are also welcome
Number of Events: 2

Gabe criblez

Where: 11095 sugar creek road
Harrod, Ohio
Brief Description: Participating in 3 events
Number of Events: 3

SADD

Where: 9105 Harding highway
Harrod, Ohio
Brief Description: SADD/my high challenge, social media influencer sharing SADD social media posts during the week, participating in the SADD/NIDA chat on april 5th
Number of Events: 3

SADD

Where: 9105 Harding Hwy
Harrod , Ohio
Brief Description: My high challenge Social media influencer
Number of Events: 2

Riley Sealscott

Where: 626 Cleveland Ave.
St. Marys, Ohio
Brief Description: Participating in three activities. (1) SADD/# MyHigh Challenge. (2) Social media influencer - sharing all SADD social media posts during the week. (3) Participating in the SADD SADD/NIDA chat on April 5th.
Number of Events: 3

SADD SLC

Where: 212 South High St.
Lafayette, Ohio
Brief Description: I will be hosting a townhall event. I will be presenting a powerpoint to a group of students.
Number of Events: 1

Kevin Sealscott

Where: 212 South High St.
Lafayette , Ohio
Brief Description: Participating in three activities. (1) SADD/# MyHigh Challenge. (2) Social media influencer - sharing all SADD social media posts during the week. (3) Participating in the SADD SADD/NIDA chat on April 5th.
Number of Events: 3

Cheri Mason

Where: 212 South High St
Lafayette, Ohio
Brief Description: Participating in three activities. (1) SADD/# MyHigh Challenge. (2) Social media influencer - sharing all SADD social media posts during the week. (3) Participating in the SADD SADD/NIDA chat on April 5th.
Number of Events: 3

Indian Hill School SADD

Where: 6865 Drake Road
Cincinnati, Ohio
Brief Description: I will have AHA bring education materials, pledge sheets, raffle prizes AHA initiative called #QUITLYING
Number of Events: 1

Never Let Go Ministries

Where: Edgerton Local Schools 111 East River St.
Edgerton, Ohio
Brief Description: We are setting up a table of literature during the lunch periods of our Jr. High and high school students at our local school. We will be available for questions, or to talk to any of the staff or students.
Number of Events: 1

SADD SPEAKs- Rosemary Carman

Where: 9105 Harding Hwy
Harrod , Ohio
Brief Description: My high challenge, social media, and SADD challenge
Number of Events: 30

Cleveland Heights High School SADD Club

Where: 13263 CEDAR RD
CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, Ohio
Brief Description: Through Our SADD club will be making announcements daily at the High school and also will provide an information table during lunch for entire school. Students will earn a treat if they can answer trivia questions correctly.
Number of Events: 3

Kenston Intermediate School

Where: 17419 Snyder Road
Chagrin Falls, Ohio
Brief Description: Informational video will be displayed during 5th grade lunch to review and reinforce the topics that were covered during their Fall D.A.R.E. class.
Number of Events: 1

SADD SPEAKS Olivia Louth

Where: 7801 Ada Rd
Harrod, Ohio
Brief Description: My high, social media influencer, and SADD chat
Number of Events: 3

SADD SPEAKS Katie Binkley

Where: 9105 Harding Hwy
Harrod , Ohio
Brief Description: My high, social media influencer, and SADD Twitter Trivia.
Number of Events: 3

SADD SPEAKS Tori Kersker

Where: 9105 Harding Hwy
Harrod , Ohio
Brief Description: Social Media Influencer, My high challenge, and SADD Trivia on Twitter.
Number of Events: 30

SADD SPEAKS Michaela Cosart

Where: 9105 Harding Hwy
Harrod , Ohio
Brief Description: My High Challenge, Social Media Influencer, and SADD Twitter Trivia
Number of Events: 3

Allen East SADD

Where: 9105 Harding Hwy
Harrod , Ohio
Brief Description: Social media influencer and tips of the day at our school.
Number of Events: 2

Jefferson County Youth Coalition

Where: 1010 N. 6th Street
Steubenville , Ohio
Brief Description: Youth Coalition members will be making morning announcements in their respective school districts every morning during NDAFW. This will take place in all 6 school districts in Jefferson County, OH.
Number of Events: 6

Marion L. Steele High School Medical Health Technology

Where: 450 Washington St
Amherst, Ohio
Brief Description: Throughout the week we will promote drug; alcohol and tobacco awareness; dangers and resources to quit for the high school students
Number of Events: 1

Butler County Ohio (coalition of agencies)

Where: Fairfield Mercy HealthPlex
Fairfield, Ohio
Brief Description: We are initiating our program a few days prior to the start of NDAFW as we are joining forces with an existing mental health series sponsored by a local school system. We expect an audience consisting of parents and children (middle-high school ages) and a number of agencies will provide information booths covering topics of prevention, science of addiction, treatment resources, etc.
Number of Events: 1

ADAMHS Board Adams Lawrence Scioto

Where: 919 7th Street
Portsmouth, Ohio
Brief Description: Social media campaign and outreach programs. Will be distributing information on drugs and alcohol to the public and school systems.
Number of Events: 5

Ontario Local Schools

Where: 457 Shelby-Ontario Rd.
Ontario, Ohio
Brief Description: We are going to host a Trivia Contest for our Middle School students. Students will be invited to participate and will earn prizes.
Number of Events: 1

Heart to Heart Famiy Support Center

Where: 1035 ROSEMARY BOULEVARD
AKRON, Ohio
Brief Description: The impact of drugs and mental health
Number of Events: 1

Community Awareness and Prevention Association - Brecksville-Broadview Heights High School

Where: lazark@bbhcsd.org
Broadview heights, Ohio
Brief Description: NIDA Fact week at Brecksville-Broadview Heights Hogh School is a week-long series of youth-led events and activities.
Number of Events: 5

NAMI Lake County, OH

Where: 1 Victoria Place, 315
Painesville, Ohio
Brief Description: social media posts to educate, support and advocate for our community members on the topics of MHC, SUD, SID, Co-Occurring Disorders, Recovery and Family Recovery
Number of Events: 7

SOLACE/ASCEND Counseling & Recovery Services

Where: 729 6th Street
Portsmouth, Ohio
Brief Description: We will be doing weekly facebook lives from our agency facebook page on drug prevention, myths and facts. This virtual event is for students, parents and community members.
Number of Events: 5

Family Recovery Center

Where: 966 N Market Street
Lisbon, Ohio
Brief Description: With schools being out of session all around the states, we will be using social media to campaign for National Drug and Alcohol Fact Week. Students are making videos of themselves presenting facts about the given topics, and we will review and post on our social media platforms.
Number of Events: 8

Montpelier Schools

Where: 1015 E. Brown Rd.
Montpelier, Ohio
Brief Description: Online and email based dissemination of educational materials to start due to being out of school - but if we go back, we will have a table of resources on factual information and treatment options, as well as trivia questions for students to answer.
Number of Events: 5

Dixie High School

Where: 300 S Fuls Rd.
New Lebanon Schools, Ohio
Brief Description: We have to do online activities. We are using Natural High resources and providing apps that help with quitting. Grades 9-12
Number of Events: 3

Perry Behavioral Health Choices Inc

Where: Ktahyi@perrybhc.org
New Lexington , Ohio
Brief Description: I would like to utilize Facebook and perhaps zoom virtual meetings to reach the youth in my area.
Number of Events: 5

Guernsey Health Choices, Inc.

Where: 927 Wheeling Avenue
Cambridge, Ohio
Brief Description: We plan to post and advertise about National Drug and Alcohol facts week via our agency social media. We plan to share resources, facts, games, and educate our audience, which varies in ages (Mostly teens and adults).
Number of Events: 4

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Oklahoma

Nowata CAN

Where: 111 North Maple Street
Nowata, Oklahoma
Brief Description: Chat day
Number of Events: 3

Asher Public Schools

Where: 201 S Division PO Box 168
Asher, Oklahoma
Brief Description: Poster and essay contest
Number of Events: 1

Moss High School

Where: 8087 E. 135 Rd.
Holdenville, Oklahoma
Brief Description: Grades 7-12, Hopefully will participate in Chat Day, we may partner with National Honor Society and STUCO
Number of Events: 5

ELK CITY FCCLA

Where: 1991 PIONEER ROAD
Elk City, Oklahoma
Brief Description: High School event during the day, with music, games, information, quit smoking kits, ....planning in the process
Number of Events: 1

Duncan Middle School

Where: 601 Chisholm Trail Parkway
Duncan, Oklahoma
Brief Description: Awareness to students and still working on details.
Number of Events: 5

People Inc

Where: 100 maryetta rd
Stilwell, Oklahoma
Brief Description: Literacy night events and in school education
Number of Events: 3

Okmulgee County Consortium

Where: 116 E. 6th St.
Okmulgee, Oklahoma
Brief Description: The Okmulgee County Consortium will post alcohol and drug facts on our Facebook Page during the week.
Number of Events: 10

Creek County Community Partnership

Where: 404 E. Dewey
Sapulpa, Oklahoma
Brief Description: The Creek County Community Partnership will provide alcohol and drug facts on its Facebook page.
Number of Events: 10

Creek County Substance Abuse Prevention Partnership

Where: 404 E. Dewey
Sapulpa, Oklahoma
Brief Description: The Creek County Substance Abuse Prevention Partnership will provide alcohol and drug facts on its Facebook page.
Number of Events: 10

Volunteers for Youth Healthy Community Partnership

Where: 1810 N Sioux
Claremore, Oklahoma
Brief Description: Daily posting of Prevention and Awareness of Opioid Misuse and Underage Drinking
Number of Events: 15

Pawnee County Healthy Coalition

Where: 4806 N Perkins Rd
Stillwater, Oklahoma
Brief Description: We will be using social media platforms to promote alcohol, mental health, opiod ATOD, and substance use prevention in Pawnee County through the coalition FB page, along with community members.
Number of Events: 10

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Oregon

Tualatin Together

Where: 22300 SW Boones Ferry Road
Tualatin, Oregon
Brief Description: We will host in partnership with our school based health center, a school wide health fair.
Number of Events: 1

Hood River County Prevention Department

Where: 1602 May St
Hood River , Oregon
Brief Description: Hood River Middle School Students will participate in NIDA activities
Number of Events: 1

Addiction Hope

Where: www.addictionhope.com
Redmond, Oregon
Brief Description: We will run a series of informative and well-researched articles about opioids and other pain meds across all of our social media and on the AddictionHope.com website. We will feature short videos with each blog or article providing an overview of the topic. This will occur March 30 - April 5, 2020. Our audience is students, parents and treatment professionals.
Number of Events: 5

Community Living Above

Where: 5464 W A Street
West Linn, Oregon
Brief Description: City Officials will read a proclamation, lunch, and students will walk around the school and hang posters.
Number of Events: 1

Addiction Recovery Team

Where: 5350 NE Elam young Parkway
HILLSBORO, Oregon
Brief Description: The Addiction Recovery Team works with DHS Child Welfare case workers and educates them on SUD and how it impacts child safety. There are many layers to the educational trainings that are presented because we talk about drug trends for parents and youth. The ARTeam also works with parents that are Child Welfare involved to get them to treatment to address their SUD in hopes for reunification with their children and ensuring a safe environment upon closure of the case. Each month I host 2 trainings- one in each office in our district for a total of 24 trainings a year but 12 different trainings.
Number of Events: 24

Stand Up Tualatin

Where: Tualatin High School
Tualatin, Oregon
Brief Description: We will create a video showing why people make healthy choices and show it to all students. We will have morning announcements with facts. There will also be posters around the school with facts with the truth about drugs.
Number of Events: 4

Focus Teen Council

Where: 203 SE 9th St
Grants Pass, Oregon
Brief Description: We will play drug facts bingo and have a photo booth. The event will be for middle school students at our local Boys & Girls Club.
Number of Events: 1

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Pennsylvania

Counseling Services and the Alcohol and Other Drug Program

Where: Arcadia University
Glenside, Pennsylvania
Brief Description: information on drugs and alcohol at the event. Main focus will be on marijuana use which is most prevalent on our campus. We will have an interactive game for students to walk over to the table and gift card to raffle off.
Number of Events: 1

Bellefonte Area Middle School

Where: 100 North School Street
Bellefonte, Pennsylvania
Brief Description: Poster Contest Drugs Facts Chat Day
Number of Events: 1

Northern Potter School District

Where: 745 Northern Potter Road
Ulysses, Pennsylvania
Brief Description: I'd like to do 2 events, one for my children's school and one for my high school. I will reach out to PTO and teachers. It will be displays, conversations and posters.
Number of Events: 16

FIRST Center

Where: 909 Moore Street
Huntingdon, Pennsylvania
Brief Description: Dangers of vaping for middle and high school students, parents in conjunction with local school districts. In addition we will explore depression and anxiety in adolescents and promote mindfulness
Number of Events: 2

Dr. Zona's Health Class Lecture

Where: 8353 University Blvd.
Moon Twp., Pennsylvania
Brief Description: I will be presenting a lecture regarding drug use effects to all 10th graders at Moon Area High School. Multiple sessions, 3 combined classrooms at each session, one full day.
Number of Events: 2

Washington Drug and Alcohol Commission

Where: 90 West Chestnut St
Washington , Pennsylvania
Brief Description: SADD creates bulletin board, high school students identify career goals/sign on board. Follow up SADD writes how D&A can negatively impact individual's plans
Number of Events: 1

Pennsylvania SADD

Where: fdebacco@padui.org
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
Brief Description: Social Media Focused on Marijuana.
Number of Events: 1

Arcadia University Wellness Services

Where: 450 south easton road
glenside, Pennsylvania
Brief Description: Drunk Goggle Olympics
Number of Events: 1

Portage Area SADD Club

Where: 84 Mountain Ave
Portage, Pennsylvania
Brief Description: We will hold drug fact announcements every morning. A scavenger hunt will be created using drug facts. An information bulletin board will be displayed in the elementary school. A social media campaign will be instituted. Our audience is our whole high school and elementary school.
Number of Events: 4

Washington School District

Where: 201 Allison Ave
Washington , Pennsylvania
Brief Description: We will be having a Drug week where the health department in grades 7to12 will be doing different activities and lesson and centers on various types of drugs/substance abuse , mental health, and treatment options
Number of Events: 10

Springfield Township Opioid ACTION Committee

Where: NightLight Ice Cream, Erdenheim, Pa
Glenside, Pennsylvania
Brief Description: Sidewalk graffiti, pledge cards and sticky note statementa
Number of Events: 4

Congreso

Where: 2800 N American St
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Brief Description: We will ask internal departments as well as external organizations to partner with the Prevention Program at our agency to provide an Exhibition for the students at our 5 K-12 sites. Each internal and/or External partner will set up a booth/table to provide education on their expertise surrounding Drug and Alcohol substance abuse and how they tie in to their subject matter (i.e. Domestic Violence department will talk about how substance abuse can effect relationships and help identify healthy vs. unhealthy relationships; a pharmacist from neighboring Rite-Aid can talk about prescription drugs and the risks associated with prescribed medicine). Parents/Guardians of Students as well as staff and community members will be invited. Food and giveaways will be provided.
Number of Events: 5

St John Vianney Regional School

Where: 210 North 18th St.
Allentown , Pennsylvania
Brief Description: Week long event to educate parent and students about e cigs, vaping and smoking dangers
Number of Events: 5

sadd club

Where: 84 mountain avenue
portage, Pennsylvania
Brief Description: Multiple activities.
Number of Events: 4

SADD club

Where: 84 mountain ave
portage, Pennsylvania
Brief Description: events will be coordinated with the sadd club
Number of Events: 4

SADD Club

Where: 84 Mountain ave
Portage, Pennsylvania
Brief Description: Events will be coordinated with the SADD Club
Number of Events: 4

SADD Club

Where: 84 mountain ave.
portage, Pennsylvania
Brief Description: events will be coordinated with the SADD club
Number of Events: 4

SADD Club

Where: 84 Mountain ave
Portage, Pennsylvania
Brief Description: Events will be coordinated with the SADD club
Number of Events: 4

LOST DREAMS AWAKENING RCO

Where: 481 FARMHILL COURT
NEW KENSINGTON, Pennsylvania
Brief Description: Recovery - It's A Family Affair Fashion Show & Luncheon
Number of Events: 8

LOST DREAMS AWAKENING RCO

Where: 481 FARMHILL COURT
NEW KENSINGTON, Pennsylvania
Brief Description: Lost Dreams Awakening (LDA), is a registered 501(c) 3 Non-Profit, Recovery Community Organization that empowers Volunteers to provide FREE Recovery Support Services to individuals, families, and communities seeking recovery from substance use disorder. LDA is honored to host the largest family recovery event in Pennsylvania 0 The 8th Annual “Recovery - It’s A Family Affair” Fashion Show & Luncheon, being held on Saturday, April 4, 2020, 11AM-2PM, at the Quality Inn Grand Ballroom, New Kensington, PA.
Number of Events: 8

SADD Bellefonte Area High School

Where: 830 East Bishop Street
Bellefonte , Pennsylvania
Brief Description: Not sure yet.
Number of Events: 7

Counseling Solutions of the Lehigh Valley

Where: 218 N 2nd St
Allentown, Pennsylvania
Brief Description: Classes will be separated by grades, each group will discuss age appropriate information regarding drunk driving and/or drugged driving
Number of Events: 1

Counseling Solutions of the Lehigh Valley

Where: 3800 Mechanicsville Rd
Whitehall, Pennsylvania
Brief Description: Two separate blended 9th-12th grade groups. Each group will discuss age appropriate information regarding drunk driving and/or drugged driving in Spanish.
Number of Events: 2

Armstrong Indiana Clarion Drug and Alcohol Commission

Where: 10829 US-422
Shelocta, Pennsylvania
Brief Description: Our event will be information dissemination in the several schools that we provide services to. Grades range from 5th grade through 12th grade. We are providing information tables.
Number of Events: 20

Cambria County Drug Coalition

Where: 1 Pasquerilla Plaza
Johnstown, Pennsylvania
Brief Description: Social Media Campaign partnering with local TV and Radio media to help spread the word that parents are the #1 protective factor for future substance use disorder. While schools are closed this a perfect time for parents to engage their teens in interactive content on social media.
Number of Events: 1

Congreso

Where: 216 W Somerset St
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Brief Description: We will be hosting week-long events online to spread awareness of ND&AFW, playing the kahoot game virtually, and encouraging people to post "Why they want to SHATTER THE MYTHS" using our social media handles and hashtag the event; our audience is the general public, but specifically communities our organization is connected to, fellow colleagues are connected, to and hopefully the students via communication to our school district partners.
Number of Events: 5

Norristown Area High School

Where: 1900 Eagle Drive
Norristown, Pennsylvania
Brief Description: digital event this week
Number of Events: 1

Retreat Behavioral Health

Where: WEBINAR
Ephrata, Pennsylvania
Brief Description: Many businesses including restaurants, bars, and liquor stores are being forced to close during the COVID-19 Pandemic which will reduce access to alcohol. The restricted access to alcohol creates a dangerous situation for those who are alcohol dependent and go through withdrawal on their own. This presentation will explore alcoholism during the COVID-19 Pandemic by discussing issues including self-medication, the dangers of self-detox/alcohol withdrawal, and the importance of seeking treatment for mental health & substance abuse issues. Register for our webinar here: https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/4511160275126571787?fbclid=IwAR0gHJHbWid1PD4_aH2X-rpl8SLR3phN9SEW7RgyobGJap7xD-iSVyj2H
Number of Events: 1

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Puerto Rico

UPR Aguadilla

Where: PO BOX 6150
AGUADILLA, Puerto Rico
Brief Description: My plans involve talking with the students about what drugs do to the brain. For example, how your brain react with the use of marijuana.
Number of Events: 1

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Rhode Island

Healthy Community Office - City of Providence

Where: 100 Broad St,
PROVIDENCE, Rhode Island
Brief Description: Speaker program for the elderly community about Opioids and Other Prescription Drugs
Number of Events: 1

Students Taking Action Against Negative Decisions

Where: 111 Pilgrim Parkway
Warwick, Rhode Island
Brief Description: We will use a pledge poster to not drink and drive, setting up during our lunch period so students can come and sign it and receive a prize for pledging to not drink and drive! We will order a campaign poster from an organization.
Number of Events: 1

SADD SLC

Where: 114 Round Top rd
Harrisville , Rhode Island
Brief Description: (1) SADD/# MyHigh Challenge. (2) Social media influencer - sharing all SADD social media posts during the week. (3) Participating in the SADD SADD/NIDA chat on April 5th.
Number of Events: 3

STAAND

Where: 240 Custer street
Warwick , Rhode Island
Brief Description: Throughout the week I will share posts from SADD about NDAFW
Number of Events: 1

STAAND

Where: 111 pilgrim parkway
Warwick , Rhode Island
Brief Description: I will attend the SADD/NIDA chat on April 5th. I will also be posting what’s “MyHigh” as a way to demonstrate and empower other students to do something they love to do instead of using drugs.
Number of Events: 2

STAAND

Where: 111 pilgrim parkway
Warwick , Rhode Island
Brief Description: I will attend the SADD/NIDA chat on April 5th. I will also be posting what’s “MyHigh” as a way to demonstrate and empower other students to do something they love to do instead of using drugs.
Number of Events: 2

SADD SPEAKs - Sean P

Where: 235 High St.
Bristol, Rhode Island
Brief Description: Will be holding a screening for any youth prevention groups and any youth who are interested in learning about vaping by showing the Rise of Vaping from the Campaign for Tobacco Free-Kids
Number of Events: 3

SADD SLC

Where: 114 Round Top rd
Harrisville, Rhode Island
Brief Description: (1) SADD/# MyHigh Challenge. (2) Social media influencer - sharing all SADD social media posts during the week. (3) Participating in the SADD SADD/NIDA chat on April 5th.
Number of Events: 3

SADD SLC

Where: 114 Round Top rd
Harrisville, Rhode Island
Brief Description: (1) SADD/# MyHigh Challenge. (2) Social media influencer - sharing all SADD social media posts during the week. (3) Participating in the SADD SADD/NIDA chat on April 5th.
Number of Events: 3

SADD SLC

Where: 114 Round Top Rd
Burrillville, Rhode Island
Brief Description: (1) SADD/# MyHigh Challenge. (2) Social media influencer - sharing all SADD social media posts during the week. (3) Participating in the SADD SADD/NIDA chat on April 5th.
Number of Events: 3

SADD SLC

Where: 114 Round Top Rd
Burrillville, Rhode Island
Brief Description: (1) SADD/# MyHigh Challenge. (2) Social media influencer - sharing all SADD social media posts during the week. (3) Participating in the SADD SADD/NIDA chat on April 5th.
Number of Events: 3

SADD SLC

Where: 114 Round Top Rd
Burrillville, Rhode Island
Brief Description: (1) SADD/# MyHigh Challenge. (2) Social media influencer - sharing all SADD social media posts during the week. (3) Participating in the SADD SADD/NIDA chat on April 5th.
Number of Events: 3

SADD SLC

Where: 114 Round Top Rd
Burrillville, Rhode Island
Brief Description: (1) SADD/# MyHigh Challenge. (2) Social media influencer - sharing all SADD social media posts during the week. (3) Participating in the SADD SADD/NIDA chat on April 5th.
Number of Events: 3

SADD SLC

Where: 114 Round Top Rd
Burrillville, Rhode Island
Brief Description: (1) SADD/# MyHigh Challenge. (2) Social media influencer - sharing all SADD social media posts during the week. (3) Participating in the SADD SADD/NIDA chat on April 5th.
Number of Events: 3

SADD SLC

Where: 114 Round Top Rd
Burrillville, Rhode Island
Brief Description: (1) SADD/# MyHigh Challenge. (2) Social media influencer - sharing all SADD social media posts during the week. (3) Participating in the SADD SADD/NIDA chat on April 5th.
Number of Events: 3

SADD SLC

Where: 114 Round Top Rd
Burrillville, Rhode Island
Brief Description: (1) SADD/# MyHigh Challenge. (2) Social media influencer - sharing all SADD social media posts during the week. (3) Participating in the SADD SADD/NIDA chat on April 5th.
Number of Events: 3

SADD SLC

Where: 114 Round Top Rd
Burrillville, Rhode Island
Brief Description: (1) SADD/# MyHigh Challenge. (2) Social media influencer - sharing all SADD social media posts during the week. (3) Participating in the SADD SADD/NIDA chat on April 5th.
Number of Events: 3

SADD speaks

Where: 111 Pilgrim Pkwy
Warwick, Rhode Island
Brief Description: Students don’t get the help they need many are struggling with getting help. I want to discuss different ways to get help for depression, anxiety and just for anyone who needs it.
Number of Events: 1

SADD speaks

Where: 111 Pilgrim pkwy, Warwick, RI 02888
Warwick, Rhode Island
Brief Description: Mental health and how it affects the everyday life of you and the people around you
Number of Events: 1

SADD Speaks

Where: 111 Pilgrim Parkway
Warwick, Rhode Island
Brief Description: It would start off as an assembly where the crowd of people would be learning about dangers of marijuana, alcohol, and e-cigs/vapes/tobacco products effect ones brain and how it causes them to get addicted to those certain products and how it could danger them further into getting addicted to even worse things and what the outcomes will be and how they can help themselves or a peer out. After that, kids in groups of 3-4 will be called up to play a little game. They will be behind a table with a button behind them. A question will be called out and if they get it correct they get a point. First to 3 wins a prize. it would have multiple rounds with different people
Number of Events: 1

SADD

Where: 240 Custer Street
Warwick, Rhode Island
Brief Description: I will be participating in the #myhigh campaign. I will also put together a virtual pledge campaign for people to sign to pledge to drive drug and alcohol free. I'll participate in the Chalk the Walk event, and post daily facts about drunk driving, stress tips, opioid facts, ecig facts, and mental health!
Number of Events: 4

Sean P - SADD SPEAKs

Where: 199 Chestnut St.
Bristol, Rhode Island
Brief Description: Social media campaign of why you dont need drugs or alcohol to have fun.
Number of Events: 3

SADD St Andrew's

Where: 63 Federal Rd
East Greenwich , Rhode Island
Brief Description: Every student will write about a paragraph abou their dream and we will explain on a poster board that without safe driving on of these dreams could become impossible. We will then provide a stastistic in which this did happen in our state or around the country
Number of Events: 1

Rogers HS

Where: 15 Wickham Road
Newport, Rhode Island
Brief Description: Students in grades 9-12 to do National Fact Challenge & other interactive items on website. Teachers will support. Announced to parents.
Number of Events: 5

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South Carolina

Federation of Families of South Carolina

Where: 810 Dutch Square Blvd.
Columbia, South Carolina
Brief Description: Displays will be set-up at libraries and during trainings/meetings sponsored by our organization. They will also be shared during Parent and Youth Family Support Networks.
Number of Events: 1

Teens for Healthy Youth Bluffton High

Where: 12 H.E. McCracken Circle
Bluffton, South Carolina
Brief Description: Teens for Healthy Youth is going to engage in peer to peer education
Number of Events: 1

Teens for Healthy Youth Hilton Head Christian Academy

Where: 55 Gardner Dr.
Hilton Head Island, South Carolina
Brief Description: Teens for Healthy Youth will engage in peer-to-peer education
Number of Events: 2

Teens for Healthy Youth Hilton Head Prep School

Where: 8 Fox Grape Road
Hilton Head, South Carolina
Brief Description: Peer to peer education and activities.
Number of Events: 3

Teens for Healthy Youth May River High School

Where: 601 New Riverside Road
Bluffton, South Carolina
Brief Description: Teens going to engage in peer to peer education
Number of Events: 5

APhA's Generation Rx

Where: 307 N Broad St
Clinton, South Carolina
Brief Description: We plan to have an informational table at our pharmacy school for students to stop by, information on bulletin boards for undergraduate students, and informational flyers for academic buildings.
Number of Events: 2

Teens for Healthy Youth

Where: 12 H.E. McCracken Circle
Bluffton , South Carolina
Brief Description: Assembly to encourage students to make positive choices during Prom and summer season. Educate on myths and facts related to marijuna and vapes. We will have a victim of drunk driving speak, an attor
Number of Events: 1

Teens for Healthy Youth - HHI chapter

Where: 70 Wilborn
Hilton Head Island, South Carolina
Brief Description: Students will create 30 second ads to run on the school news - this is shown to all students every day. There will be 5 ads - one run each day
Number of Events: 5

Sumter BHS

Where: 115 N Harvin
Sumter, South Carolina
Brief Description: Social Media Awareness campaign
Number of Events: 1

Keystone Substance Abuse Services

Where: 1600 Ebenezer Road
Rock Hill, South Carolina
Brief Description: Keystone, in conjunction with our local coalition All on Board, is preparing to kick off a contest via e-learning with our youth as well as a community wide Social Media Campaign. #Bethekeytochange
Number of Events: 2

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South Dakota

Madison Police Department

Where: 116 W. Center St.
Madison, South Dakota
Brief Description: Community outreach and education to residents. We tie this in with a city wide picnic and other events. We set up static displays and answer questions. We also are in all levels of the public and Christian schools in the area. Additionally we have presentation at the local college and other community organization events.
Number of Events: 5

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Tennessee

Smith County Drug Prevention Coalition

Where: 122 Turner High Circle
Carthage, Tennessee
Brief Description: still in planning stage
Number of Events: 2

Clinton High School SADD club/Youth Ambassadors

Where: Clinton High School
Clinton, Tennessee
Brief Description: Drug facts trivia contest during the lunch periods. Daily announcements, posters, hand outs --9th through 12th grade
Number of Events: 2

Carter County Drug Prevention

Where: 546 E Elk Ave
Elizabethton, Tennessee
Brief Description: We will create a display at the Elizabethton/Carter County Public Library on talking to kids about alcohol, tobacco, drugs and mental health. We will post on social media each day and show the film, “Resilience” to wrap up the week.
Number of Events: 3

DrugFree WilCo

Where: 228 E. Main Street
Lebanon, Tennessee
Brief Description: Candlelight vigil and testimonials in planning stage.
Number of Events: 2

Each One Teach One E1 T1

Where: 2410 Tunnel blvd
Chattanooga, Tennessee
Brief Description: In the Chattanooga, TN area we are seeing our youth /school-aged kids experiment with illicit drugs for the first time. Therefore it is even more urgent that drug education and prevention measures reach kids before start.
Number of Events: 2

Obion County Prevention

Where: 1201 Bishop St 3rd Floor Hospice Hall
Union City, Tennessee
Brief Description: Graffiti wall contest
Number of Events: 4

Obion County Prevention

Where: P.O. Box 483
Union City, Tennessee
Brief Description: Drug jeopardy
Number of Events: 8

Obion County Prevention

Where: 1201 Bishop St 3rd Floor Hospice Hall
Union City, Tennessee
Brief Description: Scavenger hunt with youth coalition
Number of Events: 8

Obion County Prevention

Where: 1201 Bishop St 3rd Floor Hospice Hall
Union City, Tennessee
Brief Description: youth coalition will post facts on their social media
Number of Events: 8

SADD SLC

Where: 632 Magnolia Lane
Henderson, Tennessee
Brief Description: Participating in three activities. (1) SADD/# MyHigh Challenge. (2) Social media influencer - sharing all SADD social media posts during the week. (3) Participating in the SADD SADD/NIDA chat on April 5th.
Number of Events: 3

Teach SADD

Where: 546 E Elk Ave
Elizabethton, Tennessee
Brief Description: For a whole week I will post anything from SADD that has to do with NDAFW
Number of Events: 1

Teach SADD

Where: 546 E Elk Ave
Elizabethton, Tennessee
Brief Description: #MyHigh Challenge is where we will share things that we enjoy without drugs and alcohol
Number of Events: 1

Gibson County High School

Where: 130 Trenton Hwy
Dyer, Tennessee
Brief Description: SADD students will host a Lunch & Learn in the cafeteria as all students are required to go there each day. Information on the dangers of alcohol, drugs, and tobacco will be shared.
Number of Events: 1

South Gibson County High School

Where: 1000 Hornet Drive
Medina, Tennessee
Brief Description: SADD Students will host a Lunch & Learn in the cafeteria as all students are required to go to the lunchroom each day. Information on the dangers of alcohol, drugs, and nicotine will be shared.
Number of Events: 1

Central SADD Chapter

Where: 145 County Road 461
Englewood, Tennessee
Brief Description: SADD members will station themselves at an informational booth during lunches for the week of NDAFW. Our booth will have BINGO, give aways, and booklets as well as posters and handouts. We are targeting 9-12 students, specifically those who use controlled substances.
Number of Events: 5

SADD - Sarah Bashford

Where: 158 E Main Street
Henderson, Tennessee
Brief Description: Participating in three activities. (1) SADD/# MyHigh Challenge. (2) Social media influencer - sharing all SADD social media posts during the week. (3) Participating in the SADD SADD/NIDA chat on April 5th.
Number of Events: 3

SADD-Parker Smith

Where: 158 East Main Street
Henderson, Tennessee
Brief Description: Participating in three activities. (1) SADD/# MyHigh Challenge. (2) Social media influencer - sharing all SADD social media posts during the week. (3) Participating in the SADD SADD/NIDA chat on April 5th.
Number of Events: 3

SADD - Emily Blackmarr

Where: 158 E Main Street
Henderson, Tennessee
Brief Description: Participating in three activities. (1) SADD/# MyHigh Challenge. (2) Social media influencer - sharing all SADD social media posts during the week. (3) Participating in the SADD SADD/NIDA chat on April 5th.
Number of Events: 3

SADD - Hunter Hodge

Where: 158 East Main Street
Henderson, Tennessee
Brief Description: Participating in three activities. (1) SADD/# MyHigh Challenge. (2) Social media influencer - sharing all SADD social media posts during the week. (3) Participating in the SADD SADD/NIDA chat on April 5th.
Number of Events: 1

SADD - Katie Hodges

Where: 158 E Main Street
Henderson, Tennessee
Brief Description: Participating in three activities. (1) SADD/# MyHigh Challenge. (2) Social media influencer - sharing all SADD social media posts during the week. (3) Participating in the SADD SADD/NIDA chat on April 5th.
Number of Events: 3

SADD - Kylie Connor

Where: 632 Magnolia Lane
Henderson, Tennessee
Brief Description: Participating in three activities. (1) SADD/# MyHigh Challenge. (2) Social media influencer - sharing all SADD social media posts during the week. (3) Participating in the SADD SADD/NIDA chat on April 5th.
Number of Events: 3

SADD - Caleb Miller

Where: 158 East Main Street
Henderson, Tennessee
Brief Description: Participating in three activities. (1) SADD/# MyHigh Challenge. (2) Social media influencer - sharing all SADD social media posts during the week. (3) Participating in the SADD SADD/NIDA chat on April 5th.
Number of Events: 1

SADD - Cora Sharp

Where: 158 E Main Street
Henderson, Tennessee
Brief Description: Participating in three activities. (1) SADD/# MyHigh Challenge. (2) Social media influencer - sharing all SADD social media posts during the week. (3) Participating in the SADD SADD/NIDA chat on April 5th.
Number of Events: 3

SADD - Daniel Scott

Where: 158 East Main Street
Henderson, Tennessee
Brief Description: Participating in three activities. (1) SADD/# MyHigh Challenge. (2) Social media influencer - sharing all SADD social media posts during the week. (3) Participating in the SADD SADD/NIDA chat on April 5th.
Number of Events: 3

SADD SLC - Presley Connor

Where: 632 Magnolia Lane
Henderson, Tennessee
Brief Description: Host a Town Hall event with students to raise awareness of the dangers of drugs & alcohol usage/consumption.
Number of Events: 1

SADD - Braxton

Where: 158 East Main Street
Henderson, Tennessee
Brief Description: Participating in three activities. (1) SADD/# MyHigh Challenge. (2) Social media influencer - sharing all SADD social media posts during the week. (3) Participating in the SADD SADD/NIDA chat on April 5th.
Number of Events: 3

SADD - Braxton

Where: 158 East Main Street
Henderson, Tennessee
Brief Description: Participating in three activities. (1) SADD/# MyHigh Challenge. (2) Social media influencer - sharing all SADD social media posts during the week. (3) Participating in the SADD SADD/NIDA chat on April 5th.
Number of Events: 3

Unicoi County High School SADD Club

Where: 700 S Mohawk Dr.
Erwin, Tennessee
Brief Description: Some of our students will designate a graffiti fact wall about Alcohol, Tobacco, Marijuana, and Prescription Drugs misuse and abuses and the real facts about the dangers to body, etc
Number of Events: 1

TEACH

Where: 305 Ferndale Road
Johnson City, Tennessee
Brief Description: I plan to write a story to warn people about drug use. It will go out to our homeschool co-op, to people of all ages.
Number of Events: 1

Carter County Drug Prevention

Where: 201 N Sycamore St
Elizabethton, Tennessee
Brief Description: We will be setting up at our local library to provide information and education on the dangers of tobacco use and e-cigarettes. We will be speaking to children of all ages from preschool through 12th grade as well as their parents. We work with the Carter County Drug Prevention Coalition and SADD Speaks.
Number of Events: 2

Carter County Drug Prevention Coalition

Where: 546 E Elk Ave
Elizabethton, Tennessee
Brief Description: We will run a series of posts across our social media platforms with information about the dangers of tobacco and e-cigarettes. We will aim to reach students of all ages, presumably 13+ because of social media age requirements. Parents will also see the posts but young people are the target audience.
Number of Events: 20

Harold McCormick Elementary

Where: 226 South Cedar Avenue
Elizabethton , Tennessee
Brief Description: To have an informational table set up at the school for the teachers and students. To have a one day event possibly for the school on awareness of proposed topics!
Number of Events: 1

Harold McCormick Elementary

Where: 226 South Cedar Avenue
Elizabethton , Tennessee
Brief Description: To have an informational table set up at the school for the teachers and students. To have a one day event possibly for the school on awareness of proposed topics!
Number of Events: 1

Red Legacy Recovery

Where: 210 South Hills Drive
Elizabethton , Tennessee
Brief Description: An educational table and a series of proposed informational sessions with our client’s children.
Number of Events: 1

Prevention Coalition for Success

Where: 250 Wolverine Trail
La Vergne , Tennessee
Brief Description: Our audience is the community, especially students and parents. It will be held at La Vergne High School. Participants will be able to experience driving stimulation under the influence of certain drugs with virtual reality. A presentation will be given to the attendees. There will be a trivia game with the winner earning a prize. Informational tables about prevention, treatment, etc., will be set up.
Number of Events: 1

Center for Health Education and Wellness

Where: 1800 Volunteer Blvd
Knoxville, Tennessee
Brief Description: We are going to do a social media campaign focusing on a different drug for each day of the week.
Number of Events: 1

Unicoi County Prevention Coalition

Where: 700 S. Mohawk Drive
Erwin, Tennessee
Brief Description: Set up informational booth for students. Will include ATOD and Anxiety, Stress, and Depression Information for Teens
Number of Events: 2

TN SADD Students Against Destructive Decisions

Where: 116 Co Rd 653
Athens, Tennessee
Brief Description: 1.Participate in the SADD #MyHigh Challenge March 30 on social media. We will be encouraging students to participate by telling us things that make them happy and ways they have fun without alcohol and drugs. and use the Tag #MyHigh and #SADD2020. 2.Be a social media influencer and share SADD’s social media posts all week. 3. Participate in the SADD/NIDA Chat on April 5th
Number of Events: 3

Franklin County Prevention Coalition

Where: 900 South Shepherd St
Winchester, Tennessee
Brief Description: We are going to do a social media campaign focusing on substance abuse for drugs and alcohol
Number of Events: 7

ATS The Bridge

Where: P.O. Box 5712
Cleveland, Tennessee
Brief Description: Because our students are not in school, we are planning on doing a social media campaign with facts and selfies using the information you have provided as well as working with the schools to put info on website
Number of Events: 3

Monroe County Prevention & Wellness Coalition

Where: 615 Warren St.
Madisonville, Tennessee
Brief Description: Daily social media (FB and IG) with links and facts
Number of Events: 7

McMinn Central SADD Chapter

Where: 145 County Road 461
Englewood, Tennessee
Brief Description: Chapter wide Kahoot game.
Number of Events: 1

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Texas

Tarrant County College

Where: 2100 SOUTHEAST PKWY
ARLINGTON, Texas
Brief Description: Our campus has a prevention education program called dashh (drugs. alcohol. sex. harassment. hazing) where we talk about and educate our college students on these topics. We host various events from hands-on, and workshops.
Number of Events: 4

HealthQuest CR (Compassionate Care)

Where: 3944 Broadway St Suite B
Houston, Texas
Brief Description: • Increase awareness, understanding, and empathy on the disease of addiction, including the use of VAPING and HOOKAH. • Reduce stigma, distrust, shame, fear, and discrimination. • Encourage and inspire people who need help to seek treatment and recovery supports. Audience - Teens, High School, College student, and Parents
Number of Events: 3

DASHH Prevention Squad

Where: 2100 Southeast Pkwy
Arlington, Texas
Brief Description: Pop-up events including discussions, workshops, and interactive displays along with giveaways to inform community college students and early college high school students who attend this campus.
Number of Events: 2

Community Development Partnerships, Inc.

Where: 10650 Culebra Rd
San Antonio, Texas
Brief Description: Outreach multiple communication events to 6-12 students, parents and community involving other organizations.
Number of Events: 5

West Lake Middle School Student Council

Where: 11810 Madera Run Pkwy
Humble, Texas
Brief Description: We would like to have a Pep Rally on April 3rd. We will have games and fun activities. After each activity, we will share facts about drug use. This event will be for grades 6-8.
Number of Events: 2

The Menninger Clinic

Where: 12301 Main Street
Houston, Texas
Brief Description: During the week we will provide educational presentations to patients, informational tables for staff and patients, and electronic education/awareness for staff
Number of Events: 8

Odom Academy

Where: 2550 West Virginia Ave
Beaumont, Texas
Brief Description: We have had students taking pills. We are having a drug officer come speak to the students. We want to put literature on the wall and around the school to inform students of the dangers of taking others prescriptions.
Number of Events: 3

LifeSteps Council on Alcohol and Drugs

Where: 2021 N. Mays, suite 500
Round Rock, Texas
Brief Description: We'll be setting up booths and presentations in schools, and media campaigns to raise awareness about addiction.
Number of Events: 5

IMPACT Navarro College

Where: 3200 W. 7th Ave
Corsicana, Texas
Brief Description: Students and Staff from the University will walk by the information table which will be setup in the heart of campus. Students and Staff can grab information pamphlets and a chance to get a giveaway item by answering some questions about the truths of Alcohol, Vaping, Marijuana and Prescription Drugs. The website will also be available for students and staff to visit and ask experts any in depth questions that our informational table couldn't fully assist with.
Number of Events: 1

Starr County community Coalition

Where: 6884 E. Hwy. 83
Rio Grande City, Texas
Brief Description: Informa youth and adults about the facts on marijuana. Students can take the Drug IQ quiz to find out how much they know about drugs. They will also be given an information fact sheet to share with peers.
Number of Events: 2

DATCS

Where: 4000 US HWY 259 N
Longview, Texas
Brief Description: Educate the community parents and children about drugs and the signs and symptom,teenagers, parents,youth.
Number of Events: 1

Eagle Pass ISD Police Dept

Where: 1654 South Veterans
Eagle Pass, Texas
Brief Description: Educate the students on the dangers of alcohol and drugs
Number of Events: 6

Brazoria County Community Coalition

Where: 802 S Johnson St
Alvin, Texas
Brief Description: Audience- Students, parents, teachers, and counselors Proposed Events: 1. Good Morning, School! Every morning of National Drug and Alcohol Facts Week®, during school announcements over the PA system, the principal will state a drug fact. This will encourage discussion throughout the day. Coalition Staff will arrange for teachers, counselors, and school nurses to be available for any questions students have. 2. Prevention Video Screening During homeroom on Monday Morning principal/school personnel will highlight a drug prevention video no longer than 10 minutes. 3. Social Media Campaign highlighting drug facts throughout the week
Number of Events: 12

Kountze Elementary School

Where: 565 Park St
Kountze, Texas
Brief Description: We would like to give education in the regular classroom and also during morning announcements. We can hang posters as well.
Number of Events: 5

Shatterproof-Angels Of Addiction

Where: Abilene
Abilene, Texas
Brief Description: Speaking to teens, Booth at conference, lecture and games, Contest, spreading the message, social media campaign
Number of Events: 5

Galveston County Community Coaltition

Where: Santa Fe High School
Santa Fe, Texas
Brief Description: An interactive Health Fair.
Number of Events: 1

Castleberry High School Student Council

Where: 215 Churchill Rd
Fort Worth, Texas
Brief Description: 1.Table set-up at lunch with educational materials about the dangers of vaping. 2.Twitter Campaign with facts about drugs, alcohol and vaping. 3. Drug, alcohol and vaping facts on daily video announcements 4. The end of the week will be wrapped up by announcing winners of poster contest.
Number of Events: 4

Fort Worth Police Department - Northwest Division Crime Prevention Unit

Where: 4651 North Main
Fort Worth, Texas
Brief Description: 3rd Annual Back the Blue Community Block Party. 30+ health and safety vendors, Egg Hunt, bike giveaway and three scholarship awards
Number of Events: 1

The Alcohol and Drug Abuse Council for the Concho Valley

Where: 807 S Concho Ave
Sonora, Texas
Brief Description: We offer an information booth during the students' lunch period and they come one by one and are asked a question about drugs and they get to spin a wheel to receive a prize for participation.
Number of Events: 3

Reach Council

Where: 208 S. 4th St.
Midlothian, Texas
Brief Description: Drug Facts Trivia, Sticker Shock - Underage Drinking Awareness Day, Shatter the Myth, Information Table w/activities, Make & Provide Vaping Quit-Kits, and Stress Kits
Number of Events: 4

BACODA

Where: 136 Scout Rd
Jones Creek, Texas
Brief Description: parenting class (Presentation on drug awarenesses)
Number of Events: 20

BACODA

Where: 136 Scout Rd
Jones Creek, Texas
Brief Description: parenting class
Number of Events: 25

central plains center peer recovery services

Where: 631 Broadway
Plainview , Texas
Brief Description: I will play a fun educated game provided NIDA for teens.
Number of Events: 1

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Utah

Washington County Youth Coalition

Where: 620 S 400 E, St. George, UT 84770
St. George, Utah
Brief Description: Youth coalition makes posters and creates PSA's for their school announcements, they say the drug fact over the announcements each day at school. Kids post posters of facts about drugs and drug trends specifically to our community. High school is the audience, we include local public health department and behavioral health department
Number of Events: 5

Communities That Care

Where: 999 N 550 E St
American Fork, Utah
Brief Description: It will be a 5k organized in the city of American Fork. We expect students of all ages and their parents to attend. We are currently working on finding sponsors for the event to help with funding.
Number of Events: 1

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Vermont

Black River Area Community Coalition

Where: 37 N Depot St
Ludlow, Vermont
Brief Description: BRACC would like to host a community event open to the public at the local town hall during National Drugs and Alcohol Facts Week. We would discuss the topics of drugged driving and Marijuana because marijuana is now legalized medicinally and recreational. So far, we plan on having a panel, information table, and open discussion about the health risks of marijuana. We may try and go into the Ludlow Elementary School and Black River Middle/High School to talk to the students about the health risk of marijuana and drugged driving.
Number of Events: 2

Hartford School District

Where: 37 Highland Avenue
White River Junction, Vermont
Brief Description: Community viewing of "The Other Side of Cannabis"
Number of Events: 2

Canaan Schools

Where: 99 School street
Canaan, Vermont
Brief Description: 7-12 Educate kids
Number of Events: 2

Northeastern Vermont Regional Hospital

Where: 55 Sherman Drive
St. Johnsbury, Vermont
Brief Description: Northeastern Vermont Regional Hospital in partnership with the Northeast Prevention Coalition will use all social media platforms to inform and educate the public about the harms of drugs and alcohol.
Number of Events: 7

Rutland Regional Medical Center

Where: 160 Allen Street
Rutland, Vermont
Brief Description: develop and implement a plan to reach local and state-level decision makers, parents, school personnel, community members, healthcare providers, public health advocates, and others invested of the health and wellbeing of Rutland County youth. Using data from the recently released Youth Risk Behavior Survey several messages focusing on positive behaviors will be created and designed. These developed messages will be shared and distributed through traditional media platforms including print media (flyers, newspapers and agency/school newsletters), social media, listservs, public services announcements and community dialogue.
Number of Events: 1

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Virginia

Family Engagement Services

Where: 2342 Plank Road
Fredericksburg, Virginia
Brief Description: We are training our staff on substance abuse so that they will be able to serve more of our clients. The issue has gotten so big we need to all stand together and make changes.
Number of Events: 2

Louisa County High School

Where: 757 Davis HWY
Mineral , Virginia
Brief Description: Test and guess speakers. This will be a daily thing with the students.
Number of Events: 6

Louisa County Middle School

Where: 1009 Davis Hwy
Mineral , Virginia
Brief Description: Students at the Lousia County Middle school will have the opportunity to learn and shatter the myths about drugs and alcohol. They will also be exposed to information to resist drugs and alcohol.
Number of Events: 5

Hubert H. Humphrey Fellowship Program, Virginia Commonwealth University

Where: Freeman High School, 8701 Three Chopt Road, Richmond, VA 23229
Richmond, Virginia
Brief Description: The event will be held in collaboration with Freeman High School in Richmond, VA. We plan to visit the school and do an interactive lecture about alcohol, nicotine (or tobacco products) and illicit drugs for high school students attending 9th grade. There will be two lecturers (Humphrey Fellows at VCU). In the beginning, we will ask students questions about common alcohol, nicotine, and illicit drugs myths. We will use Kahoot! app and it will be presented as a competition. A student with the most correct and quicker answers will be declared as a winner at the end of the event. After the quiz competition, we will provide students with correct information about the myths we asked previously. We will provide students with "Drugs: Shatter the Myths" book.
Number of Events: 1

SADD

Where: 12611 Moray Firth Way
Bristow, Virginia
Brief Description: I am participating in SADD's #MyHigh Challenge on March 30. I will be posting ways that I have fun without the use of drugs and alcohol and tagging #MyHigh and #SADD2020 in my posts.
Number of Events: 1

SADD

Where: 12611 Moray Firth Way
Bristow, Virginia
Brief Description: Throughout the week I will share all posts from SADD Nation regarding NDAFW.
Number of Events: 1

Central High School -SADD

Where: 1147 Susan Ave.
Woodstock, Virginia
Brief Description: Throughout the week I will share all posts from SADD Nation regarding NDAFW.
Number of Events: 1

Central High School -SADD

Where: 1147 Susan Ave.
Woodstock, Virginia
Brief Description: As a club, we will be doing different events throughout our lunch periods in the cafeteria to educate our fellow peers about the use of these substances. Not only that we will be doing a promise to say no to drugs and alcohol were students can sign their name.
Number of Events: 3

Central High School -SADD

Where: 1147 Susan Avenue
Wooodstock, Virginia
Brief Description: I plan to post on social media on March 30th about ways I can have fun without alcohol. While staying involved with SADD I also plan to take a part in the NIDA chat on April 5th.
Number of Events: 2

Swanson Middle School (Arlington Public Schools)

Where: 2110 Washington Blvd.
Arlington, Virginia
Brief Description: The School Resource Officer and I will be present in the cafeteria during all three school lunch periods. We will give students (grades 6, 7, 8) the opportunity to play trivia.
Number of Events: 2

Central High School

Where: 1147 Susan Avenue
Woodstock, Virginia
Brief Description: A booth will be set up in a central location in the cafeteria of the school during all lunch periods. This booth will have information pertaining to the effects of drugs and alcohol on the body and those around us. We will use virtual sense impairment goggles loaned to us through the police department to have students try on and attempt to walk with to help them understand the impairment drugs and alcohol have on our ability to function normally.
Number of Events: 3

SADD Speaks -Emma Lapp -Central High School

Where: 1147 Susan Ave.
Woodstock , Virginia
Brief Description: I was able to hear through a friend about this event. I would like to participate in the MyHigh Challenge, Social Media Influencer, and SADD/NIDA Twitter Trivia on April 3rd. All of these activities will help me with promoting the bad effects of drugs and alcohol.
Number of Events: 3

SADD Speaks -Lisa Carroll

Where: 1147 Susan Ave.
Woodstock , Virginia
Brief Description: Through these events I will promote NDAFW while educating myself. I would like to participate in MyHigh Challenge, being a Media Influencer, and SADD/NIDA Twitter Trivia on April 3rd. Through these events I plan to target fellow peers and generally teens about these devices because that is where I see them being used the most.
Number of Events: 3

Laurel Holsinger

Where: 1147 Susan Ave.
Woodstock , Virginia
Brief Description: I would like to become more involved and by doing so I would like to participate in the MyHigh Challenge, Social Media Influencer, and SADD/NIDA Twitter Trivia on April 3rd. With these I will educated myself about the effects of drugs and alcohol while telling my peers.
Number of Events: 3

SADD SPEAKS -Haillee Bodge -Central High School

Where: 1147 Susan Ave
Woodstock , Virginia
Brief Description: Through this I will reach multiple people that adults and tens. Educating people on social media will be a great resource. I would like to participate in the MyHigh Challenge, being a Social Media Influencer, and SADD/NIDA Twitter Trivia on April 3rd.
Number of Events: 3

Brianna Cooper -SADD SPEAKS -Central High School

Where: 1147 Susan Ave.
Woodstock , Virginia
Brief Description: I will reach multiple people through my personal social media platforms. Not only that I will be educating others in hope they stand up with me. I would like to participate in the MyHigh Challenge, being a Social Media Influencer, and SADD/NIDA Twitter Trivia on April 3rd. These events will be educational but helpful at the same time.
Number of Events: 3

SADD -Central High School (Virtual)

Where: 1147 Susan Ave Woodstock, VA
WOODSTOCK, Virginia
Brief Description: Through these virtual events I will educate fellow students, peers, and family members about National Drug and Alcohol Facts Week and the effects of Drugs and Alcohol. 1)Be a social media influencer and share SADD’s social media posts all week. 2)Participate in the SADD #MyHigh Challenge March 30 on social media. Tell us things that make you happy and the ways you have fun without alcohol and drugs. Tag #MyHigh and #SADD2020. 3)Participate in SADD & NIDA's Twitter Trivia Challenge on Friday, April 3rd.
Number of Events: 3

Safe Kids Fairfax County

Where: Inova Fairfax Hospital Attn: Trauma Services
Falls Church, Virginia
Brief Description: Since we are teleworking, we will host the event online by posting daily drug facts and utilizing resources that you have on hand due to COVID-19
Number of Events: 5

Prevention Council of Roanoke

Where: Prevention Council of Roanoke Facebook
Roanoke, Virginia
Brief Description: Kahoot: Substance Use and Your Brain: Do You Know the Facts? Students and parents/Our 1st online event
Number of Events: 1

Mentor Foundation USA

Where: 1775 Tysons Blvd
Tysons, Virginia
Brief Description: “Shatter the Myths” Parent Seminar with Dr. Ruben Baler (NIDA). Moderated by Dolph Lundgren Sunday, April 5th 2020 |3pm EST |1pm PDT
Number of Events: 1

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Washington

Centralia Middle School prevention team

Where: 151 Hampe way, suite C-2-1 Chehalis WA. 98532
Centralia, Washington
Brief Description: Prevention engaging with other students and providing information.
Number of Events: 1

Trail Youth Coffee Home

Where: 226 E North Bend Way
North Bend, Washington
Brief Description: CSI crime scene in our coffee home. Teens will view the scene of an overdosed person for 60 seconds and write what they think happened. People who guess what happened correctly will be entered to win a prize. We will cross market this event
Number of Events: 1

Two Rivers School

Where: 330 Ballarat Ave
North Bend, Washington
Brief Description: 1) students participate in CHAT day 2) poster presentation 3) game about drug and alcohol facts 4) Possible presentation on past user and offering hope for recovery
Number of Events: 3

Crescent United Coalition

Where: PO Box 20
Joyce, Washington
Brief Description: We will promote drug and alcohol facts around campus and set up an event each day in the cafeteria with games and education.
Number of Events: 5

Sumner High School

Where: 1707 Main St,
Sumner, Washington
Brief Description: sharing drug facts in morning announcements, educating students on the risks of using substances. setting up a informational table during power hour .
Number of Events: 10

Chehalis Tribe

Where: 420 Howanut Rd
Oakville, Washington
Brief Description: Information Night for youth and parents.
Number of Events: 1

Teen Advocacy Coalition

Where: 1006 Robert Bush Drive W
South Bend, Washington
Brief Description: Daily quizzes on Facebook and Instagram stories
Number of Events: 7

The Healing Lodge of the Seven Nations

Where: 5600 E 8th Ave.
Spokane, Washington
Brief Description: The Residents at the HL7N came together to create a poster with traditional art and list out drug facts for several different drugs and alcohol
Number of Events: 1

SADD

Where: 1440 G Street NW Washington, DC 20005
DC, Washington
Brief Description: Sharing information about drugs with a trivia game
Number of Events: 1

SADD

Where: 1440 G Street NW Washington, DC 20005
DC, Washington
Brief Description: I posted on all my social media platforms facts and information from the website: teens.drugabuse.gov . I did this everyday for the 7 days of drug and alcohol facts week.
Number of Events: 7

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West Virginia

Hundred High School

Where: 3490 Hornet Hwy
Hundred, West Virginia
Brief Description: Educate students about the dangerous effects of underage alcohol consumption.
Number of Events: 3

Youth Health Service, Inc.

Where: 971 Harrison Avenue
Elkins, West Virginia
Brief Description: Youth Health Services AmeriCorps VISTA volunteer will be going to all local middle and high schools in Randolph County to host a Lunch N Learn. Educational materials will be handed out as well as goodies. Additionally, posters about vaping and the Crisis Text Line will be hung up around the schools. On our Facebook page we will also post an informational campaign with current statistics.
Number of Events: 4

SADD Raleigh County Chapter

Where: 1256 North Eisenhower Drive
Beckley, West Virginia
Brief Description: We will host multiple tabling events during the week in schools and high teen traffic community settings (movie theater, library, etc.) Audience would be teens, young adults and parents. We will work in conjunction with ARH Hospital, FMRS, Raleigh County Prevention Coalition, etc. We also have a huge event pop culture convention in our community at the end of April that our members will set up an informational table at. This 3-day event sees an average of 1500 persons and the ages are primarily 13-30.
Number of Events: 5

Community Connections Inc

Where: P.O. Box 151
Green Bank, West Virginia
Brief Description: Set up informational table at High School lobby during lunch
Number of Events: 1

WMS SADD

Where: 11883 Winfield Road
Winfield, West Virginia
Brief Description: There will be daily morning announcements of drug facts - will be pushed out to ~634 students 6-8 grade
Number of Events: 3

Seneca Health Services

Where: Greenbrier East High School
Lewisburg, West Virginia
Brief Description: Set up an information stand with handouts, rack cards and answer any questions that students may have or concerns that they may have regarding drugs, alcohol or vaping.
Number of Events: 1

Mercer County Coalitions for Healthy Families

Where: 215 South Walker St
Princeton, West Virginia
Brief Description: sharing drug facts on our Facebook page
Number of Events: 1

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Wisconsin

American Indian Council on Alcoholism

Where: 6510 W. Layton Ave
Greenfield, Wisconsin
Brief Description: Informational campaign throughout the week with info tables, posters, brief presentations
Number of Events: 2

Drug Free Adams County

Where: 108 E. North Street
Friendship, Wisconsin
Brief Description: Students from the alternative high school will be teaching all 6th grade classrooms about e-cigarettes and JUULs. They will have an educational display with different chemicals that shows that chemicals found in things such as gasoline and nail polish are also found in these products.
Number of Events: 5

Raiders Committed

Where: 1015 W Broadway Ave
Medford, Wisconsin
Brief Description: We will be providing students, community members, and faculty with information pertaining to e-cigarettes/vaping.
Number of Events: 4

Drug Free Adams County

Where: 108 E. North Street
Friendship, Wisconsin
Brief Description: Alternative High School students will present information to all 6th grade homerooms on JUULs, meth, cigarettes and peer pressure.
Number of Events: 5

27th Street West Drug Free Coalition

Where: 2342 N 27th St
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Brief Description: The 27th Street West Drug Free Coalition will partner with Employ Milwaukee to host an evening of professional skills workshops and provide the opportunity to network with employers. Teens ages 14 and up will enjoy dinner with local professionals and coalition members and receive job information and professional resources. The workshops will focus on skills such as professional dress and interview skills, as well as the intersection of substances use and the workplace.
Number of Events: 2

27th Street West Drug Free Coalition

Where: 3334 W. Highland Blvd
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Brief Description: The 27th Street West Drug Free Coalition will partner with Milwaukee District 3 Police Department to host a prescription drug take back at College Court apartments. This will allow elderly residents to properly dispose of their unused prescription medicines.
Number of Events: 2

Indianhead Community Action Agency

Where: 1000 College Ave
Ladysmith, Wisconsin
Brief Description: Drug trends presentation by law enforcement.
Number of Events: 1

Indianhead Community Action Agency

Where: 1000 College Ave
Ladysmith, Wisconsin
Brief Description: Drug trends presentation by law enforcement.
Number of Events: 1

EOTO, LLC

Where: 501 E. Badger Rd
Madison, Wisconsin
Brief Description: parents of youth, community youth workers, youth who have experienced substance use issues and/or juvenile court involvement
Number of Events: 1

Milwaukeee County Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition/Light Unite Red

Where: 2014 W. North Ave
Milwaukee , Wisconsin
Brief Description: This event is aimed at middle and high school aged youth who will participate in a variety of educational breakout sessions and creative prevention related activities. This event is a partnership involving twelve youth serving organizations in Milwaukee County.
Number of Events: 6

COA/Light Unite Red

Where: 2320 W. Burleigh
Milwaukee , Wisconsin
Brief Description: Youth will be using creativity in poetry and music regarding substance abuse prevention.
Number of Events: 5

Safe and Safe/Light Unite Red

Where: 3334 W. Highland BLVD
Milwaukee , Wisconsin
Brief Description: This event will allow community/public to properly dispose of medications that are unused.
Number of Events: 1

Owen's Place/Light Unite Red

Where: Light Unite Red Resouce Fair
Milwaukee , Wisconsin
Brief Description: This event will allow members of the community to receive information pertaining to overall health and wellness.
Number of Events: 5

Safe and Sound Job Fair/Unite Light Red

Where: 2342 N. 27th Street
Milwaukee , Wisconsin
Brief Description: This event will providing employment opportunities for teens.
Number of Events: 4

Addiction Prevention Recovery Coalition/Light Unite Red

Where: 3400 E. Howard Ave
St. Francis , Wisconsin
Brief Description: This event is a public training regarding Opioid Prevention Education, etc.
Number of Events: 5

The House of King and Priests, INC/LIght Unite Red

Where: 4718 W. Garfield Avenue
Milwaukee , Wisconsin
Brief Description: This event will allow parents to recognize signs of drug use which can be hidden.
Number of Events: 2

Healthiest Greenfield Coalition/Light Unite Red

Where: Greenfield Public Library
Greenfield Public Library, Wisconsin
Brief Description: This event is surrounding community conversations regarding tobacco usage/ vaping and childhood experience and trauma
Number of Events: 4

Light Unite Red Phone Bank

Where: 720 E. Capital
Milwaukee , Wisconsin
Brief Description: This event is offering resources for families needing treatment and recovery services.
Number of Events: 1

Light Unite Red Press Release and Kick Off Event/MATC

Where: 700 W. State
Milwaukee , Wisconsin
Brief Description: This event will be informing the public about Light Unite Red week and its purpose.
Number of Events: 2

Marquette University Student Wellness Center

Where: 1102 W Wisconsin Ave
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Brief Description: We will be posting on Instagram and Facebook each day with information about prescription drug abuse, marijuana legalization, and alcohol. At the end of the week, we will be posting trivia questions to our story and the person with the most correct answers will win a prize. Our audience is all students at Marquette University.
Number of Events: 4

Partners for Prevention

Where: 1996 highway 14
Richland Center , Wisconsin
Brief Description: Using social media we will post facts.
Number of Events: 12

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Wyoming

Students 4 Change

Where: 1000 W. Lakeway Rd.
Gillette, Wyoming
Brief Description: We are running a PSA and will plan on hanging posters around the school and maybe have a scavenger hunt planned.
Number of Events: 3

Boys and Girls Club of Cheyenne

Where: 515 W Jefferson Road
Cheyenne, Wyoming
Brief Description: Our teen group will educate our younger members on the 'facts' of drug, alcohol and tobacco through skits, songs and other activities.
Number of Events: 5

Dubois K-12 School

Where: 700 N 1st Street
Dubois, Wyoming
Brief Description: We host a Parent ED night once a month where we talk about different topics. In the month of April we will be discussing drugs and vaping to our parents and community members. Presentations in health classes for middle and high school. I am also a member of our local Boys and Girls club and would work with them to hit other areas of the community.
Number of Events: 15

Johnson County Alternative Treatment Court

Where: 500 W. Lott St.
Buffalo, Wyoming
Brief Description: We are putting together information booths and assemblies at the local schools. We hope to do this with 3 of our schools.
Number of Events: 3

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Outside the US

Associazione "Casa Famiglia Rosetta"

Where: Contrada Bagno, snc
Caltanissetta,
Brief Description: We are planning n. 10 meetings with students (16-18 aged) and teachers starting from 9/03/2020 to 18/03/2020. They will stay in ACFR TC hearing knowledge about Drug and Alcohol with staff and testimonials. They will organize a meeting with students from other schools and local administration representatives, on 2nd and 3rd of march 2020.
Number of Events: 2

Bensther Development Foundation

Where: University Secondary School ,Enugu
Enugu,
Brief Description: the events will involve a prevention campaign with at least 80-100 students per school and school teachers . However the campaign will end with the establishment of School Gold clubs which will serve to sustain prevention activities in the schools and other schools.
Number of Events: 2

Boys and Girls Club of Greater Tarrant County

Where: 608 Main St.
Arlington ,
Brief Description: We will have special speakers, a q and a to follow along with the online q&a you provide.
Number of Events: 2

Bwalo Global Development Trust

Where: Plot 1304 Chila Road
Kafue,
Brief Description: Due to Covid 19 we will restrict entry to our fair to only 40 people
Number of Events: 1

COMMUNITY BASED CORRECTION

Where: panaduracco@gmail.com
panadura, North Central
Brief Description: Our audience is drug addicts. They got a community correction order from the court. So we give them support and conduct awareness programs to help with avoiding drug users.
Number of Events: 5

Calidad de Vida UPRM

Where: University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez Campus
Mayaguez,
Brief Description: 1. Conference: Psychoactive Drugs 2. Social Stigma and Addiction Conference 3. Health Communication Strategies (Social Media)
Number of Events: 3

Centre for Health and Substance Abuse Prevention (CHEASAP)

Where: 19, Olagoke Akano Street
Ibadan, Oyo
Brief Description: 1. Sensitize schools 2. Campaigns 3. Radio and TV interview 4.Press Briefings Students from 8-19 years.
Number of Events: 6

Centre for youths mental health and drug abuse prevention Nigeria.

Where: Suite 3 First Floor Bala Plaza Beside Startimes Office By Ganaja Junction Lokoja Kogi State. Nigeria.
Lokoja,
Brief Description: This is a youths event to educate them on the danger of drug abuse and mental issues resulting from drug abuse
Number of Events: 1

Christ soldiers foundation NGO

Where: BoxAN 13380 Accra north Ghana
Accra,
Brief Description: The event will advocate for social vices in all form to be addressed during the campaign.
Number of Events: 5

Colegio Inglés

Where: Pastoriza 1469
Montevideo, Montevideo
Brief Description: The aim is to include students from the last grade in College, aged between 16-18 years old , and help them to perform a campaign regarding the risks of drug use in adolescence. It is expected that they can show their activities to teachers and parents, as well as interact with younger students.
Number of Events: 5

Crawford International School

Where: Crawford International School
Nairobi,
Brief Description: The Drug & Alcohol Facts Week is scheduled to take place at the Crawford International School from Monday January 27 to Thursday January 30, 2020. The theme of the campaign is “Love Yourself, Don’t Drug Yourself!” The purpose of the campaign is to share information with the students as well as the larger community about drugs and alcohol. The emphatic message is that drugs and alcohol are harmful to them, both physically and psychologically. The campaign has adopted a student-centered approach, with various activities designed to inform them about the risks of alcohol and other drug use, in addition to giving them practical skills to make decisions that minimize harm. The use of an ASK-IT-BASKET will provide students an opportunity to freely ask questions about drugs and alcohol, whilst providing us with baseline information to help us design programs in the future aimed at meeting the students’ needs. To further promote the student-centered approach, the peer mentoring club is taking a leadership role in the week’s activities. The club comprises of Y9-11 students who are passionate about leaders and mentors in the future and what better way to give them visibility. They will be interacting with the entire Crawford community through the various activities in the course of the campaign. The activities that have been lined up for the campaign include wearing red ribbons and smileys, assembly sessions, a puppet show for the younger children (KG-Y3), video clips, and a one-on-one interaction between the guest speaker and peer mentors. Parents will receive either hard or e-copies of an information pack on “What every parent needs to know.” We will be hosting Mr. Denis Omumbwa, a recovering addict who will be sharing his story in both assemblies, on Monday (with Y7-11 students) and on Wednesday (with Y4-6 students). He will also have a one-on-one meeting with the school’s peer mentors. We have two other guests: Ms. Mary Ng’endo, program coordinator at Eden Village, a rehabilitation center based in Lower Kabete, and Mr. Joseph Kabochi, a team member at Teen Challenge and Founder of Reclaimers Foundation. In addition, Ms. Shazma Mukri and Lucinda Ochieng from Premier Academy will be joining us on one of the days for peer-to-peer information sharing. Ms. Mukri is the lead counselor at Premier Academy.
Number of Events: 10

Criminology Association UT

Where: Carr. 189 Km .3.3
Gurabo,
Brief Description: We plan to have an Assembly event. Our purpose is to inform, educate and provide drug prevention information, and the contact of the substance programs that are available for adult teens and adults. We have invited live speakers to talk about: the science of addictology (the addiction science and the developing teen brain) on the drug effects and consequence in the brain. Drug and alcohol prevention specialists, government aid programs for addiction, and many more. Our audience is open to students, students organization, professors, head faculty, and people from the community.
Number of Events: 1

Criminology Association UT

Where: Carr. 189 Km .3.3
Gurabo,
Brief Description: We plan to have an Assembly event on Abril 1, 2020. Our purpose is to inform, educate and provide drug prevention information, and the contact of the substance programs that are available for adult teens and adults. We have invited live speakers to talk about: the science of addictology (the addiction science and the developing teen brain) on the drug effects and consequence in the brain. Drug and alcohol prevention specialists, government aid programs for addiction, and many more. Our audience is open to students, students organization, professors, head faculty, and people from the community.
Number of Events: 1

Dept. of Veterans Affairs Waterloo Outpatient Clinic

Where: 945 Tower Park Drive
Waterloo,
Brief Description: Veterans while waiting for other appointments, will be able to browse the table and take pamplets
Number of Events: 1

Dirección de Prevención y Combate a las Adicciones, Gob de Guadalajara

Where: Pino Suarez 107
Guadalajara, Jalisco
Brief Description: We plan to have in the week: a social media campaing, a photograph exposition, a workshop of stess reduction and game material
Number of Events: 3

Drug Abuse and Mental Health Initiative (DAMI)

Where: KLM 5, Arulogun road, Ojoo, Ibadan
Ibadan,
Brief Description: To equip elementary, middle and high school children with knowledge about drug abuse, dangers of drug abuse and skills for resisting peer pressure to experiment with drugs, alcohol, marijuana and tobacco. To promote awareness and increase communication among young adolescent regarding mental health and mental illness. To broaden the public awareness of suicide and its risk factors. Target group includes: students, teachers and parents
Number of Events: 2

Drug Abuse and Mental Health Initiative (DAMI)

Where: KLM 5, Arulogun road, Ojoo, Ibadan
Ibadan,
Brief Description: To broaden public awareness about the dangers of drug abuse. Audience: Students and parents
Number of Events: 2

Food and Genes Initiative

Where: Ibadan, Oyo State
Ibadan,
Brief Description: Data released by the Nigeria Bureau of Statistics suggested that 14.3 million people in Nigeria are smoking Marijuana with about 75% youths involved. Secondary schools students are highly involved in smoking cannabis due to peer pressure, lack of parental care, occultism and other reasons. Our event will be a 2 days event with the purpose of enlightening students on the effect of marijuana on their health and informing parents on monitoring their children. Assembly Campaign in 5 public secondary schools in Ibadan southwest Nigeria. We will be making use of materials provided by NDAFW to show the students on what marijuana cause to their brain and why they should not go near smoking it. We will be organizing a social media campaign on Twitter, using fliers, quotes, and information obtained from the materials provided by NDAFW. The purpose of this is to enlighten parents on monitoring their children against smoking marijuana and engaging in abusing drugs.
Number of Events: 5

Food and gene initiative

Where: Abuja
Abuja,
Brief Description: we are looking into engaging about 4,000 student through Class Engagements ,Meet them in class and teach them about facts related to drug abuse. Make it as interactive as possible Class Engagements Meet them in class and teach them about facts related to drug abuse Make it as interactive as possible, Peer Education, Train a group of students and ask them to teach their peers. This makes the class to be more engaging and it will a great platform to create a DRUG ABUSE CLUB among others
Number of Events: 3

Food and gene initiative

Where: Aramoko community Grammar school
Ado,
Brief Description: In Aramoko , Ekiti state Nigeria, we are reaching to 20 secondary school of which we part took in the program last year and reached about 2500 student within 4 schools, this year we are looking into engaging about 6,000 student through Class Engagements ,Meet them in class and teach them about facts related to drug abuse. Make it as interactive as possible Class Engagements Meet them in class and teach them about facts related to drug abuse Make it as interactive as possible, Peer Education, Train a group of students and ask them to teach their peers. This makes the class to be more engaging and it will a great platform to create a DRUG ABUSE CLUB among others.
Number of Events: 3

Food and gene initiative

Where: Lagos
Lagos ,
Brief Description: In Lagos Nigeria, we are reaching to 25 school of which we partook in the program and reached about 4000 student within 4 schools, this year we are looking into engaging about 8,000 student through Class Engagements ,Meet them in class and teach them about facts related to drug abuse. Make it as interactive as possible. Peer Education, Train a group of students and ask them to teach their peers. This makes the class to be more engaging and it will a great platform to create a DRUG ABUSE CLUB among others which include infographic and discussion
Number of Events: 3

Food and gene initiative

Where: Akure, ondo state Nigeria
Akure , Ondo
Brief Description: In akure, ondo state Nigeria, we are reaching to 20 secondary school of which we partook in the program and reached about 2500 student within 4 schools, this year we are looking into engaging about 6,000 student through Class Engagements ,Meet them in class and teach them about facts related to drug abuse. Make it as interactive as possible Class Engagements Meet them in class and teach them about facts related to drug abuse Make it as interactive as possible, Peer Education, Train a group of students and ask them to teach their peers. This makes the class to be more engaging and it will a great platform to create a DRUG ABUSE CLUB among others
Number of Events: 3

Food and genes initiative

Where: Ogun state
Abeokuta , Ogun
Brief Description: this year we are looking into engaging about 6,000 student through Class Engagements ,Meet them in class and teach them about facts related to drug abuse. Make it as interactive as possible Class Engagements Meet them in class and teach them about facts related to drug abuse Make it as interactive as possible, Peer Education, Train a group of students and ask them to teach their peers. This makes the class to be more engaging and it will a great platform to create a DRUG ABUSE CLUB among others
Number of Events: 3

Food and genes initiative

Where: Delta
Delta ,
Brief Description: this year we are looking into engaging 2000 student through Class Engagements ,Meet them in class and teach them about facts related to drug abuse. Make it as interactive as possible Class Engagements Meet them in class and teach them about facts related to drug abuse Make it as interactive as possible, Peer Education, Train a group of students and ask them to teach their peers. This makes the class to be more engaging and it will a great platform to create a DRUG ABUSE CLUB among others
Number of Events: 3

GLOBE

Where: NIH
Addis Ababa city,
Brief Description: Assisting patients with mental disorder problems as in depression, anxiety, schizophrenia, psychosis, and more.
Number of Events: 3

Gerry-Teraéutics

Where: rio yautepec 5 - 1
Cuernavaca,
Brief Description: dar a conocer los daños y consecuencias ocasionados por las sustancias en el organismo, y SNC.
Number of Events: 1

Hodplus Developmental services

Where: No.1 Midwestern oil field, utagba ogbe, kwale
Kwale,
Brief Description: Definition, effects of drug abuse, types of drugs etc
Number of Events: 3

IDEAIS-Instituto de Desenvolvimento, Estudos, Acoes e Implementacoes Sociais

Where: Rua 16, 101 Vila Santa Cecilia
Volta Redonda, Rio de Janeiro
Brief Description: We will be working with a group of 30 teens about Prevention Drugs. Based on the book Drugs: SHATTER THE MYTHS we create Kahoot plays, where the questions were translated to Portuguese. The Prevention group is a weekly meeting with teens to talk about strategies and approaches to help the teens to say NO, in front of the use-abuse of drugs in Brazil. The Kahoot strategy with questions and answers about drugs in Portuguese was developed based on the book - Drugs Shatter the Myths, to apply in this group as a prevention activity on April 1st, 2020.
Number of Events: 1

Instituto Asunción de México

Where: Calzada de las Águilas 219. Las Águilas. Álvaro Obregón. CP 01710. México, DMX
Ciudad de México,
Brief Description: Program "Teachers of the Assumption facing addictions" (high school teachers) National Drugs and Alcohol Chat Day (9th grade) Presentation of students of the 12th grade health class on addictions to 7th grade students. Addictions workshop by 8th grade specialist. Testimony of drug users in rehabilitation to 11th grade students.
Number of Events: 5

LOS VERDADEROS AMIG@S

Where: Miguel Bisono 11
Santiago ,
Brief Description: help the community guide friends to prevent criminal acts
Number of Events: 5

Life Challenge Intervention Outreach

Where: NJ Junction Road
Kaduna, Kaduna
Brief Description: Awareness campaign and prevention education to 3 schools.
Number of Events: 3

National Drug Council of the Cayman Islands

Where: National Drug & Alcohol Facts Month
George Town,
Brief Description: The National Drug Council is in its 10th anniversary of hosting the global campaign “National Drug and Alcohol Facts Week” (NDAFW) which has since been extended to a month-long campaign commencing in March. “Shattering the Myths” a global campaign that engages teens in a scientific inquiry on how drugs affect the brain, body and behaviour. The focus is to link students with experts to counteract the myths about drugs and alcohol. Students will also participate in 4 competitions. 1: Decorate-A-Door (Elementary school students) 2: Teen Tick Tock contest (Secondary school students) 3: Shatter the Myths poster competition (Secondary school students) 4: Battle of the Canvasses (Secondary school students)
Number of Events: 6

PRAKRITI

Where: Xavier Institute of Social Service, Dr. Camil Bulke Path
Ranchi, Jharkhand
Brief Description: 1.Daily poster of myths and facts along with NDAFW logo and hash tag 2."I want to shatter the myths because"-photograph with play cards. Registration fees for donation. 3.Quize
Number of Events: 3

Prevention Center, "Choice"

Where: 9, Samostrov Street, Office 79
Chernihiv,
Brief Description: Prevention program, "Choice" is conducted in 27 schools of the City of Chernihiv, Ukraine. The main target audience is fifth-graders (10-11 years old).
Number of Events: 27

Prevention Center, "Choice"

Where: 9, Samostrov Street, Office 79
Chernihiv,
Brief Description: Sessions of the Prevention Program, "Choice", which includes 10 lessons, will be conducted in 27 schools for around 1200 fifth-graders.
Number of Events: 27

QuIHN

Where: 1 Hamilton place
bowen hills, Queensland
Brief Description: harm reduction
Number of Events: 1

Silec Initiatives

Where: C M S Grammar School, Bariga Lagos, Nigeria
Lagos,
Brief Description: Silec Initiatives 10th Year Anniversary School Tour 2020 :Rescue Nigerian Youths from Drug Abuse and Addiction .
Number of Events: 4

Silver lining, Lahore

Where: Silver lining, shahdra, Lahore
Lahore, Punjab
Brief Description: This event will be based on the awareness program by using various sources such as posters and videos etc. students will be the participants of this group
Number of Events: 2

Slum Child Foundation

Where: 47714 00100
Nairobi, Kenya,
Brief Description: Slum Child Foundation will be conducting a ten-day campaign in the slums of Nairobi, where each day we target to reach at least a school with a population of 100 students to talk about the myths related to substance abuse disorders and how we can rectify that
Number of Events: 10

The Change's Community Based Organization

Where: Nairobi
Nairobi,
Brief Description: This organization mandate is to initiate public education campaign and develop an action plan aimed at curbing drug abuse .
Number of Events: 3

The Change's Community Based Organization

Where: Nairobi
Nairobi,
Brief Description: The plan is to cycle from Nairobi Kenya through Tanzania - Burundi – Rwanda and Uganda between May. Putting in long hours, cycling for almost 2000 km testing every ounce of our strength and stamina, but it’s all in a good cause.
Number of Events: 10

UNIVERSIDAD DE PUERTO RICO EN CAYEY

Where: PROGRAMA DE CALIDAD DE VIDA - CEDE
CAYEY,
Brief Description: Dynamic educational activities, promotions with information throughout the university, competitions and drug knowledge survey are carried out. Educational videos are displayed in the Student Center, where there is the greatest flow of students and an email about the various activities is sent to the entire university community (students, teachers and administrative and support staff). We have a population of about 2,500 students and we are a university that offers baccalaureate programs. We also invite student organizations to co-sponsor and promote the various activities.
Number of Events: 5

UPR-Aguadilla

Where: Base Ramey
Aguadillla,
Brief Description: My plan involve a group presentation about what can drugs make into your brain and how they constantly use of it can affect the health.
Number of Events: 1

Universidad de Puerto Rico en Bayamón

Where: 170 Carr. 174 Industrial Minillas
Bayamón,
Brief Description: 1. Afiche para promocionar el 2020 National Drug & Alcohol IQ Challenge (incluye el enlace a la encuesta). 2. Selección de videos de prevención para los siguientes temas: drogas, medicamentos opiáceos y cigarrillo. 3. Folletos informativos - una vez concluya la cuarentena por el Covid-19, se proveerá literatura en temas de drogas y alcohol. Estos materiales fueron enviados por NIDA.
Number of Events: 3

University of Central Punjab, Lahore Pakistan

Where: Online
Faisalabad,
Brief Description: I am Dr. Rabia Hanif and teaching graduate courses of Psychology at the University of Central Punjab Lahore, Pakistan. I am collaborating with my College Ms. Arooj Nazir to bring awareness among our Sophomores. Since we are taking classes online we will use provided resources .
Number of Events: 1

University of Puerto Rico Carolina Camous

Where: 2100 Avenida Sur,
Carolina,
Brief Description: We are going to do two diferent activities. A poster contest in which they are going to use an especific drug who is mentiones in a popular song. An the other activity consist in a game with two dices: one with the name of one drug in each one of the dice face, and the other a regular dice. Apart we going to have a list with 6 questions a the anwers of the questions, for each one of the drugs mention in the "drug dice". The participant trow the dices an have to answer the number of the question related to the drug in the dice.
Number of Events: 2

YASA Foundation

Where: 14 Chinedu Close, Off MCC Road
Aba,
Brief Description: Seminar and Street Walk
Number of Events: 2

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