Project Ideas

How to Conduct a Prevention Obstacle Course

National Night Out, Public Safety Nights, festivals and even school events are great places to conduct a prevention obstacle course and share the importance of being drug free! A prevention obstacle course is your typical obstacle course (challenging tasks or hurdles...

Snapchat: Spreading Prevention Messages One Selfie at a Time

In the current digital age, sharing where you are and what you are doing is considered social currency. One way that young people are capitalizing on this is through the use of a photo sharing app called Snapchat. On Snapchat, users have the ability to utilize graphic...

Red Ribbon Week Roundup: Project Ideas to Celebrate Being Drug Free

Save the date: Red Ribbon Week is October 23-31! The nationally-recognized, week-long celebration of drug prevention is approaching quickly. The excitement of a new school year often brings amplified youth engagement and enthusiasm to complete meaningful projects. Now...

How to Create and Share a Social Hosting PSA

Whether it is time for prom, Spring Break or graduation, educating parents and adults about the consequences of hosting teen parties where alcohol is provided is something that will always be in demand. If your Youth Action Team, club or organization is looking for a...

Prevent Underage Drinking with the SAFE HOMES Program

Research shows that young people are less likely to use alcohol and other drugs if their parents set clear rules about not doing so. The SAFE HOMES Program adapted from Amherst Regional High School is a great activity for Youth Action Teams to work with parents and...