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GUIDE’s Tobacco Free Babies campaign explains the importance of reducing pre-natal and infant/child exposure to secondhand smoke.
GUIDE’s Save Brains campaign provides information about the adolescent brain, its maturation process and the negative and irreversible damage alcohol use causes.
Materials for this campaign are available for purchase here.
GUIDE’s “Marijuana… It’s more harmful than you think” is a peer-to-peer campaign conducted by our Youth Advisory Board members, which aims to educate their peers and the community about the dangers of marijuana use.
Parents Are the Key to Safe Teen Drivers helps parents, pediatricians and communities keep teen drivers safe on the road.
This campaign is a program of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). A campaign handout provided in English and Spanish is available here.
This social host campaign provides information about the consequences and penalties of providing alcohol to minors at home, at parties and during celebrations.
Campaign brochures are available in English and Spanish.
This campaign is a program of the Prevention Action Alliance.
This campaign targets high school students during prom season. Youth Action Teams and schools partner to share information and alternative activities to promote safe and sober prom celebrations and prevent alcohol-related problems.
The current poster was created as a collaboration of the GUIDE Youth Advisory Board and Walton County Youth Advocacy Board and can be purchased here. Previous poster versions can be purchased at a discount here.
#MyStoryIs… is GUIDE’s Red Ribbon Week campaign aimed at encouraging individuals and groups across the state of Georgia to tell their story. Using one word only to complete the sentence “my story is…” during October 23-31, the goal is to prove that the best stories are drug free.
With the quick online request of a free toolkit, GUIDE provides all the tools necessary for you implement this campaign in your home community.