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Join us for National Drug and Alcohol
Facts Week 2017!

Be a Part of National Drug and Alcohol Facts Week: January 23-29, 2017

 

We’re excited to announce that the next National Drug and Alcohol Facts Week
(NDAFW) will be held January 23–29, 2017! This observance is
coordinated by the National Institute on Drug Abuse and
the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and
Alcoholism
, both part of the National Institutes of Health.
Last year, more than 2,000 NDAFW educational events took place around
the world. Let’s make 2017 even more successful!

 

 

 

Registration
for National Drug and Alcohol Facts Week is now open!

Once you’ve
started planning your National Drug and Alcohol Facts Week activities
or events, registering is easy. If you don’t know all the details, just
fill out as much of the form as you can. You are welcome to plan more
than one event throughout the week!

Follow these
three
simple
steps to register:

  1. Select any dates between January 23 and January
    29, 2017, for your events.
  2. Go to the online registration form here.
  3. Fill out the registration form with your event
    details and contact information.

Why
Register?
Register early and receive assistance from the National
Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) in planning your activity or event. NIDA
staff will help you order science-based materials, brainstorm activity
ideas, partner with other organizations, and get your event recognized
nationally by having it added to the official 2017 National Drug and
Alcohol Facts Week map.

Also, check out our enhanced website for teachers–a
one-stop shop for information and resources for you to use with
your students. Visit Teens.drugabuse.gov/teachers to
learn more!

If you have questions about National Drug and Alcohol Facts Week,
please contact Brian Marquis at bmarquis@nida.nih.gov.

 

 

Interested in joining a group of advocates committed
to educating and preventing substance use by teens through
education? The group offers a great opportunity to share NDAFW
event ideas with other participants around the globe. Join the Drug and Alcohol Use Prevention
Network LinkedIn group!

 

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