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Did you know that D.A.R.E. students give back to not only their own communities, but to people all over the world. The kids in this video not only donated books for libraries in Africa, but actually traveled to multiple African countries to BUILD libraries! Steve...
Published in the HISD News Blog The Houston Independent School District announced the return of the Drug Abuse Resistance Education (D.A.R.E.) program to select HISD schools at a press conference on Monday. “I am so very excited about D.A.R.E. returning to HISD,”...
"Thanks to you, Sarah* and her 6-year old son, Grant*, will be provided with the essential items necessary to move forward and rebuild their lives. Thank you for your contribution of 1400 Hygiene Kits. For more than 46 years, generous supporters like you have...
"Thank you to you and the D.A.R.E. America team for your generous gift of 1,400 hygiene kits. Your gift helps make the lives of people working hard to build better futures much easier during this especially trying time - and we are so very grateful for it. Our...
The officers of the Etowah County's School Resource Officers Division pose with Sheriff Jonathon Horton and Etowah County Schools Superintendent Alan Cosby. The ECSO, the Etowah County School System and the Etowah County Commission share the costs of providing SROs...
"Stand Up AJ” is to replace a drug-prevention coalition that started serving Apache Junction in 2008 and is dissolving. A drug-prevention group forming in Apache Junction recently held a Zoom meeting with 27 participants. They ranged from law-enforcement officials to educators and National Guard Counter Drug Task Force representatives.
D.A.R.E. Partners with American Foundation for Suicide Prevention to Launch “More than Sad”…Teen Mental Health Enhancement Lesson
More 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...
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