Join Us for a Special Event…
Keeping Our Youth Off Drugs
Our community needs help! Drugs are killing our youth and motivating too much crime. We have to come together to do something about it! ~Rev. Brian Fesler
Date: June 26, 2019
Workshop: 8:30am – 9:30am
Venue: Church of Scientology Community Hall
Address: 1130 8th Ave S, Nashville TN 37203
RSVP: FREE on Eventbrite! (click here)
Drug-Free Tennessee is inviting all community partners and others interested in learning about each of the tools contained within the Truth About Drugs educational curriculum to a free workshop.
Aiming for an international society free of drug abuse, the United Nations named June 26th as the International Day against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking.
Join us that day for a community breakfast to learn about valuable resources you can use in your own community.
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…Taking into account the need to reaffirm the effectiveness of human, moral and spiritual values for preventing the consumption of narcotic drugs, at the national and international levels, through information, guidance and educational activities…
…Calls upon the Governments of countries facing problems of drug abuse, particularly those most seriously affected, as part of their national strategy, to take the necessary measures to reduce significantly the illicit demand for drugs and psychotropic substances with the aim of creating in society a deep respect for its own health, fitness and well-being and to provide appropriate information and advice for all sectors of their communities with regard to drug abuse, its harmful effects and the way in which appropriate community action can be promoted.
Brian Fesler is the Regional Coordinator for the Foundation for a Drug-Free World and works with the Tennessee Chapter, Drug-Free Tennessee.
The Foundation is a nonprofit public benefit corporation that empowers youth and adults with factual information about drugs so they can make informed decisions and live drug-free.
Please contact us if you would like more information or want to have someone come speak to your class or youth group about the hazards of drugs.
Want to help?
Law enforcement is effective on the supply side of the drug market. Whose job is it to address the demand side?
Ours! Yours! Everyone!
Can you speak to large or small groups? Or do you work somewhere that could distribute information? Do you care about kids and want to make a difference? Spread the word in your own community!
Drugs don’t discriminate–they affect people of every race, color, creed, economic status and national origin. Drug-Free Tennessee doesn’t discriminate either! Join in to support the efforts of law enforcement by curbing the demand for drugs! Contact us to volunteer or obtain free educational resources!