DEA One Pill Can Kill 'Game Over' Tournament

Sponsored by DEA, the One Pill Can Kill Game Over Tournament will feature Rocket League game play in a 2-hr tournament slated for Saturday, March 2, 2024, at 7PM (ET). Watch college teams from across Pennsylvania battle it out while special guest casters and commentators deliver play-by-plays alongside vital information about the dangers of fentanyl and DEA’s One Pill Can Kill campaign. Plus, viewers can take a quiz for a chance to win prizes!

NOT 'Just Weed': Four Times More Dangerous in Three Decades

Spend enough time at parties or clubs and you will probably hear this phrase used in instances of peer pressure to use marijuana. But what this reassurance does not convey is that cannabis is four times as potent today as it was just three decades ago.

Marijuana Scheduling Is a Hot Topic. Hear From a DEA Pharmacologist Who Collects Data to Schedule Drugs

This is the 11th installment in a series of profiles featuring DEA special agents, diversion investigators, chemists, and more. Learn about the tough but fulfilling, fascinating, and vital work these DEA personnel do, as well as the many different ways to get involved in fighting drug misuse.

2023 Red Ribbon Photo Contest Winners Announced

The DEA and the National Family Partnership have announced the winners of the 2023 Red Ribbon Week Photo Contest!

FentAlert: SAMHSA Fentanyl Awareness Youth Challenge

The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) is challenging teens aged 14-18 to create a community strategy to increase youth awareness, education, and prevention around the dangers of fentanyl, especially the hidden dangers of fake pills and other contaminants that can lead to drug overdose deaths.

'Know Ur Vape' Puts Drug-Free Twist on Unboxing Videos

Social media influencers put a twist on unboxing videos to demonstrate the dangers of vaping.

'The Time to Act Is Now' -- California School Makes Fentanyl Mini-Film

A California school community released a mini-film on the fentanyl epidemic, showing how America's #1 drug threat can impact students and their families.

How Much Do Your Friends Know About Fentanyl?

Less than half of young Americans ages 13-24 and just over a third of teens know that fake pills are manufactured with fentanyl, according to a study commissioned by nonprofit charity Song for Charlie.

Protect Your Brain

This new video, produced by the Addiction Policy Forum, shares a few good strategies for protecting your brain from substance misuse disorder.

Question of the Week

What Are You Doing this Summer?

Choices

News & Headlines