D.A.R.E. envisions a world in which students everywhere are
empowered to respect others and choose to lead lives free from
violence, substance abuse, and other dangerous behaviors.
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WAKE FOREST, N.C. — Drug education programs in schools used to involve just illegal drugs, but with today's opioid crisis, that list must now include legally prescribed but highly addictive medications. In 2015, Wake County Public Schools replaced D.A.R.E. with...LEARN MORE
SUMMERSET, S.D. – Sheriff’s deputies and police officers are partnering together to teach decision-making skills in kids. Meade County Sheriff’s Office and Summerset Police Department are teaming up to launch D.A.R.E., a decision-making skills program, at Stagebarn...LEARN MORE
D.A.R.E. has changed since the 1990's, but it still uses that red logo. The "brain on drugs" public service announcement is synonymous with D.A.R.E in the minds of many, but it's from another group. In the late 90s, federal agencies called into question the...LEARN MORE
English and Spanish video and audio PSA’s have been distributed to more than 900 media outlets.
This is a supplemental lesson for D.A.R.E. Canada in response to the Canadian National Marijuana Legalization Act being enacted in October 2018. For more information, please contact Harry Lawrenson at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com....LEARN MORE