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|Prevention stories can be used in a variety of ways: To exemplify what prevention looks like, to illustrate the effects prevention services have on communities, to advocate for prevention at a local, state, and regional level, to reduce stigma and build empathy, and to celebrate resilience.|
|Join us during our Prevention Stories Writing Workshop to learn what a prevention story can look like, how to shape your prevention story to your best use, and how you can use your story.|
The New England PTTC is currently accepting story submissions to be a part of a collection of prevention stories, which you can learn more about HERE.
National Drug and Alcohol Facts Week® (NDAFW), an annual health observance week, connects youth with resources to SHATTER THE MYTHS® about drugs, alcohol, and related health topics. The next National Drug & Alcohol Facts Week® will be held March 21-27, 2022.
There are countless activities that teens, parents, caregivers, and teachers can do that don’t involve leaving the house. Check out the #NDAFW webpage for details.
Note: The events contained in this calendar are subject to change without notice by their respective organizers. Refer to each event's website for updates.