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D.A.R.E. met with Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson's staff to talk about ideas on how to fight the opioid crisis. CEO Frank Pegueros discussed the new D.A.R.E. Curricula and how to make the state of Arkansas a leader in the fight on KATV Channel 7's Good Afternoon...LEARN MORE
D.A.R.E. Partners with American Foundation for Suicide Prevention to Launch “More than Sad”…Teen Mental Health Enhancement LessonMore Than Sad is a 45 minute enhancement lesson designed for delivery by D.A.R.E. Officers to High School students, ideally in 9th or 10th grade. D.A.R.E. collaborated with the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP) to adapt this lesson for delivery by...
PAULDING COUNTY, Ga. - A school drug prevention program that many young adults went through in their grade school careers is getting a much-needed overhaul in one metro county. The Paulding County Sheriff’s Office told Channel 2’s Wendy Corona that it is revamping...LEARN MORE
"Drugs are no good, folks. And that's exactly what a lot of our kids realized today. More than a hundred middle schoolers graduated from Summer D.A.R.E. Camp. Our law enforcement taught those kids about the dangers... and how to not give in to peer pressure....LEARN MORE
FORTVILLE — Indiana’s new representative on an international youth board for drug abuse education is from Hancock County. Maitlyn Griner, a Greenfield resident and sophomore at Mt. Vernon High School, is settling into her new role of representing the state on the...LEARN MORE
We are so thankful for your recent donation of dog treats for our shelter pets. Your support is crucial to providing comfort and loving guardianship for the homeless in our care. Last year, the San Antonio Humane Society saved over 5,000 homeless pets and conducted...LEARN MORE
Miller's duties take to several schools in the county. Parents can use the extra assistance when it comes to helping their children make right decisions...