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Parents: The Anti-Drug

Parents: The Anti-Drug The National Youth Anti-Drug Media Campaign offers a site where parents and teachers can get lots of information about helping teens to stay drug-free. Here are facts about many types of drugs, along with parent-to-parent resources, community and corporate resources, news, advice,
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Parents: The Anti-Drug


The National Youth Anti-Drug Media Campaign offers a site where parents and teachers can get lots of information about helping teens to stay drug-free. Here are facts about many types of drugs, along with parent-to-parent resources, community and corporate resources, news, advice, and a panic button so a parent or teen can "find help locally."

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