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Parent / Educator / Teen Resources:

National Youth Anti-Drug Media Campaign -

The United States Congress created the National Youth Anti-Drug Media Campaign in 1998 to prevent and reduce youth drug use. The campaign is the nation's largest anti-drug media campaign and is generally thought to be the single largest source of drug-prevention messaging directed to teens. You can order campaign publications directly from this site.

Time To Talk -

This non-profit organization is a resource for parents to help them talk with their children about drugs.

Student Drug Testing Coalition -

The Student Drug Testing Coalition website is a project of the Drug-Free Projects Coalition, Inc. The site is maintained to provide technical resources, materials and information about student drug testing programs - a proven deterrent to student drug use - and contains reports on current research and student drug use data.

Safety First Organization -

This non-profit organization is a project of the Drug Policy Alliance whose mission is to promote drug policies based on science, compassion, health, and human rights. Refer to their Drug Facts page for a description of the most used drugs by teens.

The Partnership for a Drug-Free America -

The Partnership for a Drug-Free America is a nonprofit organization that unites parents, renowned scientists and communications professionals to help families raise healthy children. Best known for its research-based national public education programs, the Partnership motivates and equips parents to prevent their children from using drugs and alcohol, and to find help and treatment for family and friends in trouble

Company Resources:

Drug Free Workplace

This site is developed by the US Department of Health and Human Services - Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration to provide resources on creating a drug free workplace.

Office of Drug & Alcohol Policy & Compliance (ODAPC)

Encompassed in 49 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Part 40, ODAPC publishes, implements, and provides authoritative interpretations of the DOT rules on drug and alcohol testing. DOT publishes rules on who must conduct drug and alcohol tests, how to conduct those tests, and what procedures to use when testing. These regulations cover all transportation employers, safety-sensitive transportation employees and service agents-roughly 12.1 million people.

General Resources:

Drug War Facts -

Drug War Facts provides reliable information with applicable citations on important public health and criminal justice issues.

Drugs, Police & The Law -

The Drug Policy Alliance Network (DPA Network) is the nation's leading organization promoting policy alternatives to the drug war that are grounded in science, compassion, health and human rights.

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) -

The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration's (SAMHSA's)vision as an agency of the Federal Government is "A Life in the Community for Everyone." This vision is based on the premise that people of all ages, with or at risk for mental or substance use disorders, should have the opportunity for a fulfilling life that includes a job/education, a home, and meaningful personal relationships with friends and family. SAMHSA works to achieve this vision through an action-oriented, measurable mission of "Building Resilience and Facilitating Recovery".

Office of Applied Studies (OAS) -

The OAS is a division of SAMHSA and provides the latest national data on (1) alcohol, tobacco, marijuana and other drug abuse, (2) drug related emergency department episodes and medical examiner cases, and (3) the nation's database abuse treatment system.

Greater Dallas Council on Alcohol & Drug Abuse (GDCADA) -