Drug-Free Tennessee is preparing for International Day Against Drug Abuse with educational events to help the community keep young people away from drugs.
Online PR News – 31-May-2019 – Nashville, TN – Keeping Youth off Drugs has long been the message of Drug-Free Tennessee (DFT). The group has promoted a drug-free life with education and prevention materials for young people. According to drugfreetn.org, it has reached more than 18,000 people across Tennessee in the last five years. But now DFT is going full throttle ahead and wants to get this message out to the masses.
So throughout the month of June, the group is working with officials and the community throughout the state of Tennessee to get the most Truth About Drugs booklets distributed. These booklets enlighten all ages on the dangers of common street drugs. Then, on International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking, the group will be having a training workshop titled "Making Drugs A Bad Deal: How to Keep Our Youth Off Drugs." During the free workshop, attendees will get information on exactly what to say and show to their kids to help steer them clear of a life of addiction. This is the fifth year the group has done events under the heading "Making Drugs a Bad Deal."
The workshop takes place on June 26, International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking, over breakfast at 8:00 am in the community hall of the Church of Scientology Nashville. To register, visit drugfree2019.eventbrite.com.
The International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking occurs on June 26 each year and was created by the UN General Assembly in December 1987 to encourage all sectors of society to work together to tackle drug abuse and addiction.
DFT is the local chapter for the Foundation for a Drug-Free World, an international non-profit organization aimed at providing children the truth about drugs so they are equipped with correct information and won't become a victim to dealer's lies. DFT has visited over 30 counties across Tennessee providing informational seminars and lectures for school children and other groups.
For more information on Drug-Free Tennessee, visit DrugFreeTN.org.