National Drug Council of Dominican Republic Discovers Prevention
Tens of thousands of Dominicans benefit when long-time National Drug Counselor Carlos Gonzalez begins using the Truth About Drugs campaign.
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Singer Tours with Truth About Drugs Germany to Show How Cool a Drug-Free Life Can Be
To counter a devastating wave of crystal meth addiction among Germany’s youth, singer Joy Villa and the Truth About Drugs team hit drug abuse hot spots along the Czech border for concerts, lectures and massive booklet distribution.
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Sharing Tyler’s Light, in Spite of His Death
Tyler’s father, Wayne Campbell, who lost his son to a heroin overdose, has made drug education his mission and passion.
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Kenyan Delivers the Truth About Drugs
Alarming school dropout and unemployment rates translate into widespread drug abuse.
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Rio Olympics Inspire a Massive Campaign to End Drug Abuse
The 2016 Olympics saw the launch of an unprecedented drug prevention campaign determined to spread the truth about drugs throughout Brazil. The Foundation for a Drug-Free World built a corps of local volunteers passionate about ending the country’s crack epidemic.
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Truth About Drugs Makes Super Bowl 50 More than a Game
Foundation for a Drug-Free World volunteers reach tens of thousands of fans from across the country in their largest US booklet distribution to date.
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Bringing The Truth About Drugs to Tanzania’s Youth
How one man who suffered the deep personal loss of a close family member at the hands of drug abuse is waking up the youth of his nation to the truth so they can halt the problem.
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The Truth Would Have Kept Her Son Alive
How one mother who lost her only child to heroin is fighting back with the Truth About Drugs.
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Necochea, Schooled in the Truth About Drugs
One of Argentina’s hottest tourist destinations now boasts a new attraction.
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How One Determined Venezuelan is Dropping Drug Usage by 40%
In spite of having educated some 4,000 soldiers, 135,000 company personnel and 450,000 students in Venezuela, Mario Chirinos will tell you he’s just getting started.
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Italian Say No To Drugs Team Takes on the Heroin Capital of Europe
A group of concerned parents is taking matters into its own hands to create a drug-free Milano, enlisting music-lovers, soccer-players, city officials and national police in the fight to end drug abuse in their city.
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Drug-Free World Defuses the Disaster
A mighty team in Central Europe works to defuse what has been called “a ticking time bomb” of drug abuse before it starts.
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Tunisian Boy Scout Leaders Get the Truth
Youth mentors learn tools they will use to help young addicts.
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Pharr, Texas, finds solutions in Truth About Drugs
The Pharr-Reynosa International Bridge, the world’s largest causeway connecting two countries and an important Mexico-United States link, extends directly into Pharr, moving people and commodities. But among those commodities are illicit drugs, and that’s a crisis for Pharr.
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Taking Action to Stem the Drug Tide in Indonesia
Indonesia takes a no-mercy approach to drug trafficking: the death penalty. But that doesn’t stop young people from experimenting, and drug among the nation’s youth is on the rise. With 50 addicts dying every day, the country’s president declared a state of emergency in regard to illicit drugs.
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Students Respond to The Truth About Drugs
Student comments after the Truth About Drugs program in their high schools:
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Champion Stock Car Driver Races to a Drug-Free Finish Line
Professional stock car racer Nate Straus with the car he drove at the Lancaster National Speedway in New York, promoting the message of the Foundation for a Drug-Free World.
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Honduras Finds New Hope with Club Defiance
Honduras’ second-largest city, San Pedro Sula, has become known as the murder capital of the world. A multibillion-dollar drug trade flows through the country along one of the world’s major narcotics trafficking corridors. Business and government corruption is rampant. The literacy level is one of the lowest in Latin America. Into this maelstrom come youth gangs, membership now exceeding 100,000, recruiting children 7 and younger with promises of drugs, cash and adventure.
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Fighting an Opiate Epidemic in New York City
New York City is experiencing a heroin epidemic with fatal overdoses claiming more lives than homicides. Meanwhile budget cuts in schools have eliminated most drug education programs.
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The Many Ways To Use The Truth About Drugs
The Truth About Drugs printed and audiovisual materials are intended and designed for use anywhere in the world—in schools, churches, community centers, governments, anywhere.
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