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Judy & David Swanson of Anderson, Indiana did it!   PDF  Print  Email 

They saw that kids needed to know the real truth about drugs and decided to do something effective about it.

Partnering with Friends of Narconon®, Judy & David Swanson completed sponsorship of The Truth About Drugs Videos Series into ALL of the elementary, middle and high schools in their City of Anderson, Indiana where they live.

They joined over 6,500 U.S. schools that have already used this program adding up to over 7 million students viewing the videos.

Find out what you can do to get the kids in your community the truth about drugs.

We are "Changing Minds & Saving Lives" - join the team.

You’ll be glad you did.

From a School in Indiana:

“I learned that drugs can stay in your body for years and that using drugs mixes [messes] up the “pictures” in your brain.” 10th Grader

“The speaker talked with the kids, not at them. The classes were interested in what he had to say.” Health Teacher

Contact Donna Miller at Friends of Narconon: 1-800-882-6862

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The abuse of prescription drugs has increased dramatically in recent years, with marked increases in the abuse of some of the online pharmacies' best-selling products, such as narcotic painkillers and anxiety drugs like Valium. Hydrocodone, the active ingredient in Vicodin, Lortab and Lorcet, seems to have seen the biggest jump in usage. In its annual drug use survey, the federal Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration found prescription drugs were second in popularity only to marijuana among substance abusers last year. In 2002, some 6.2 million Americans - 2.6 percent of the population 12 and over - were nonmedical users of prescription drugs, meaning they had abused drugs at least once in the month before taking part in the SAMHSA survey.

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