Residents of Rio de Janeiro, Olympians, thousands of volunteers and the Foundation for a Drug-Free World have joined forces to tackle the drug epidemic with a massive multi-media drug prevention campaign.
Not only did they bring home the Gold, they are gold-medal examples for the next generation as advocates of drug-free living in an era when that example is urgently needed.
US-based Foundation springboards SEP's campaign this week to achieve drug-free BCS schools and communities
Statistics point to the effective drug prevention efforts of the Rio Civil Police
Athletes, city officials and educators team up to bring the truth about drugs to the youth of Hungary.
The 2016 Olympics saw the launch of an unprecedented drug prevention campaign determined to spread the truth about drugs throughout Brazil. The Foundation for a Drug-Free World built a corps of local volunteers passionate about ending the country's crack epidemic.
Five recent letters from teachers, school resource officers and community leaders who use the Truth About Drugs materials illustrate the impact—and urgency—of drug education.
In her Drug-Free World cap and with gold medal in hand, Emily Regan, of the U.S. Women's Eight Rowing Team, gives golden advice to Rio kids--play and stay drug-free.
The world record-breaking U.S. Women's Eight Rowing Team gold medalists and Drug-Free World volunteers spread the truth about drugs at the Rio Olympics to help Brazil counter its crack cocaine epidemic. Brazil has the highest incidence of crack consumption in the world.