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The Foundation for a Drug-Free World and the Lifesavers youth group marched in Buffalo's University District Parade to raise awareness on drugs.
The Austria chapter of the Foundation for a Drug-Free Europe brings the country's drug prevention strategy to life in the streets of Vienna.
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Drug-Free World workshop organized by Mothers Against Drugs (MAD) group at the Dutch Reformed Church of Kloofendal in Roodepoort, South Africa, gave parents vital information on how to speak about drugs to their children.
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To bring the deadly opioid epidemic under control, Narconon urges training of medical professionals who administer addictive pain medications.
Dozens of humanitarians were honored as Drug-Free Heroes at the 10th Annual Foundation for a Drug-Free World gala
Churches of Scientology for Europe hosts "Say No to Drugs — Say Yes to Life" open house on International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking. Community leaders introduced to effective drug prevention initiative to help bring the drug epidemic under control.
With the 4th of July the deadliest holiday weekend and with more fatal traffic accidents now involving drugs than drink, Narconon urges Americans not to permit drugged or drunk friends to drive.
Drug overdoses kill more Americans under the age of 50 than any other cause —nearly 100 from opioid overdose each day. Narconon shares five things you can do to ensure you and your loved ones don't become part of this statistic.
For maximum impact in the fight against drug abuse and addiction, the Nashville Church of Scientology hosted a Drug-Free Tennessee drug prevention training workshop in honor of International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking.
Even if you are almost certain a loved one is on drugs, it can be incredibly difficult to deal with it. But Narconon points out that any time spent waiting for the individual to "solve his own addiction problems" is time spent flirting with danger — or death.
Scientology Churches worldwide support International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking. The motto for this year's campaign — "Listen First: Listening to children and youth is the first step to help them grow healthy and safe."
Described by Taiwan's premier as a "grave and growing threat to society," drug abuse is now viewed as a national security issue. Drug education is recognized as a vital aspect of bringing the scene under control. The Church of Scientology provides this service in communities around the country.