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. This sampling of recent requests reflects the diversity:
Senior Education Program Specialist, Department of Education, Cabarrogius, Philippines:
“We are planning to have a province-wide campaign against drug abuse. Your materials shall be used in the classrooms. We are conceptualizing a division-wide campaign against drug addiction among students here at the Division of Quirino. The materials shall be given to schools for school children.”
VICE Project, Denmark:
“I am writing on behalf of VICE Denmark, where we are currently working on a documentary for Danish national television channel DR3. The program is about the growing use of party drugs amongst the youth, and what is being done to change this. I came across your videos, and we would love to use them as an example on the drug-free movement, and what is being done against drugs.”
“We are conceptualizing a division-wide campaign against drug addiction among students here at the Division of Quirino. The materials shall be given to schools for school children.”
Former drug addict, Pretoria, South Africa:
“This drug education program is important to me in my plans to help addicts. I have 25 years of experience as an addict, two years clean now, with the desire to get addicts off the streets and to stop addiction in the early stages. I want to educate school children and companies and current drug users with the very professional information you provide. I can make a difference to others with my own story of addiction and your materials. This has been my desire for a long time, and if I can save lives, my life of addiction will be worth something.”
Chemistry Major, Northwestern Oklahoma State University, USA:
“I am doing independent research on prescription drug abuse by children, and your materials are helpful in my study which will benefit the community.”
THREE NEW CHAPTERS FOR DRUG-FREE WORLD
In the past year alone, The Truth About Drugs program has reached 159 nations, with three new Drug-Free World chapters forming to address drug problems in those countries.
NEPAL Number of drug users grew by 11% each year—a new Drug-Free World chapter was formed.
DRUG EDUCATION SAVES LIVES
Support the Foundation for a Drug-Free World and help protect young lives from the destructive effects of drugs. Your contributions enable us to make our educational materials available free of charge to schools, youth organizations and other groups and individuals. Your support helps empower people with the facts they need to live healthy, drug‑free lives.