Congratulations, Red Ribbon Week Campus Video PSA Contest Winners!
Congratulations to the University of Mississippi, the University of Miami, and Oklahoma State University for winning 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Place, respectively, in the Red Ribbon Week Campus Video PSA Contest, cosponsored by DEA and SAMHSA.
If you’re looking for accurate information about counterfeit pills, we’ve pulled together some of the internet’s most searched questions about them and answered.
According to a study, vaping (the use of electronic cigarettes) is pretty popular among teens. But it’s probably more dangerous than you think.
Living Drug Free
During National Prevention Week, communities and organizations across the country come together to raise awareness about the importance of substance use prevention and mental health promotion.
Do you play sports? If you’ve ever gotten seriously injured on the field or on the court, your doctor may have prescribed you some powerful pain medication.
Recovery advocate and mother Carleah Summers walks you through the makeup of marijuana, mental health and motor control problems caused by its use, and more.
San Bernardino high school students created a PSA to warn their peers about fentanyl.
Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts! Watch this video on how to earn the Red Ribbon Patch.
Ever wonder how different drugs change the way you look? With the magic of make-up, members of the comedy group Smosh were transformed to look like hardcore drug users.
Question of the Week
What Are You Doing this Summer?
News & Headlines
(Adapted from Partnership to End Addiction) Monday began National Drug and Alcohol Facts Week (NDAFW) – started by the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), it inspires meaningful conversations around youth substance use. We are honored to partner with NIDA to share facts around topics that are often steeped in misinformation and stigma.
Experts discuss the ways to tell if a person has been drugged and what to do if you suspect it's happened.
Did you know that CBD use is linked to liver injury and male reproductive harm?