This site, which is the sponsor for imdrugfree.com and drugsrdumb.com, offers exciting and creative prevention
messages and Red Ribbon Week materials, as well as valuable Red Ribbon ideas for schools, businesses, and
My Safe and Drug Free Schools
Our partner site that offers current prevention news, facts, funding and grant information, and links to
even more resources. There are classroom activities available. They offer a free web-based email service
for those on the front lines of prevention. There is even a legislative action center that provides access
to your federal legislators. And, it is all free! Support this site by visiting it regularly.
National Clearing House for Alcohol and Drug Information
This site has an extensive listing of resources related to drug and alcohol abuse prevention. It contains and
opportunity to look at current research and statistics as well as the resources available.
This site focuses exclusively on helping smokers kick the habit, but you will be hard pressed to find a better
tobacco related site. Includes chat, tobacco news, and an active online support group.
National Institutes of Health
Includes health resources related to substance abuse, including AIDS, and
, a gateway consumer health and human
services information web site from the United States government.
Center for Substance Abuse Prevention (CSAP)
Has extensive fact sheets on drugs and links to other useful online resources. Special attention is given to
drugs in the workplace.
Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD)
In addition to definitive information on impaired driving, extensive information is available on alcohol
(with a particular focus on underage drinking).
Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) National Web Site
Learn how about students (around the world) are helping make a difference in the fight for healthy lifestyles.
Youth In Action
Dedicated exclusively to the efforts of young people across the United States working in their communities
to reduce underage drinking, as well as underage drinking and impaired driving.
National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse at Columbia University
CASA provides a wealth of useful information on the dangers that drugs place on American society, including
the financial costs of substance abuse to society, the impact of substance abuse, and information especially
for youth and women.
The D.A.R.E. Homepage
This is the national page for the D.A.R.E. foundation that contains a listing of the D.A.R.E. pages
from around the country. Amoung the pages there is oportunities to learn more about the group and to gain
resources about being drug and alcohol free.
Partnership for a Drug Free America
This is the national homepage for the Partnership for a Drug-Free America.
Straight Facts About Drugs and Alcohol
As the title of this page states, this page has great resources for people interested in learning more
about various different effects of drug and alcohol use. It gives educational material within these