Volunteers from the Church of Scientology join Cagliari shops and restaurants in reaching out to youth with the truth about drugs.
Say No to Drugs, Say Yes to Life: Volunteers bring the Truth About Drugs campaign to the streets of Zurich.
The Los Angeles chapter of Foundation for a Drug-Free World and other nonprofits brought the truth about drugs to thousands at this year's NBA All-Star game
Britain's Got Talent 2012 semi-finalists, the Jive Aces, rocked the streets of Portsmouth, England, February 15, to reach out to people about the dangers of drugs.
Volunteers from the Church of Scientology of Budapest take to the streets to bring the truth about drugs to the people of their city
With the eyes of the world on Minneapolis this NFL championship weekend, volunteers from the Foundation for a Drug-Free World are determined to reverse the trend that has caused so many drug overdose deaths in the city.
The Foundation for a Drug-Free World is calling on prominent sports figures to take a stand against drug abuse in the wake of America's deadly opioid epidemic.
One of the world's largest nongovernmental drug education and prevention initiatives, the Foundation for a Drug-Free World, reaches millions in Times Square New York with the truth about drugs.
Bringing the truth about drugs to the youth of the country
Volunteers from the Church of Scientology Ottawa call for drug education and prevention to combat Canada's deadly opioid epidemic.
With the state of Washington in the throes of a deadly opioid epidemic, volunteers from the Seattle chapter of Foundation for a Drug-Free World reach out with effective drug education to end drug addiction before it begins.
With the opioid crisis now formally declared a nationwide public health emergency, the Nashville Church of Scientology Red Ribbon Week open house educated students on what they can do to help.
Carrying on the tradition that has earned them 14 consecutive annual awards from the Ministry of Interior of Taiwan, Scientologists relentlessly promote drug-free living—because the best time to prevent drug abuse is before it begins.
Helping School Safety Officers protect Washington youth from the state's deadly drug epidemic.
Former addict from Nigeria finds the Foundation for a Drug-Free World and adopts it in his personal crusade to keep kids off drugs.
To undercut the drug epidemic in Vancouver, B.C., the local chapter of the Foundation for a Drug-Free World is going all out with drug education.
The Foundation for a Drug-Free World and the Lifesavers youth group marched in Buffalo's University District Parade to raise awareness on drugs.
The Austria chapter of the Foundation for a Drug-Free Europe brings the country's drug prevention strategy to life in the streets of Vienna.
Drug-Free World workshop organized by Mothers Against Drugs (MAD) group at the Dutch Reformed Church of Kloofendal in Roodepoort, South Africa, gave parents vital information on how to speak about drugs to their children.
Churches of Scientology for Europe hosts "Say No to Drugs — Say Yes to Life" open house on International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking. Community leaders introduced to effective drug prevention initiative to help bring the drug epidemic under control.
For maximum impact in the fight against drug abuse and addiction, the Nashville Church of Scientology hosted a Drug-Free Tennessee drug prevention training workshop in honor of International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking.
Scientology Churches worldwide support International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking. The motto for this year's campaign — "Listen First: Listening to children and youth is the first step to help them grow healthy and safe."
Described by Taiwan's premier as a "grave and growing threat to society," drug abuse is now viewed as a national security issue. Drug education is recognized as a vital aspect of bringing the scene under control. The Church of Scientology provides this service in communities around the country.
Launching the summer with the truth about drugs
Bringing the Truth About Drugs to South African high schoolers
South African Life Coach helps youth make decisions based on facts, not pro-drug propaganda
Drug-Free World South Africa goes all out each June to reverse the country's deadly drug abuse epidemic.
Scientologists from St. Petersburg bring the truth about drugs to their city to reverse their city's deadly addiction crisis
Raising awareness of the heroin problem and a simple but effective way to reduce abuse.
Celebrating World Health Day with a concert at the Nashville Church of Scientology
Brussels Scientologists take a multi-pronged approach to handle drug abuse in their city.
With a new study published by the American Academy of Pediatrics finding students who use synthetic marijuana have a "significantly greater likelihood" of sexual risk and violent behavior, the Foundation for a Drug-Free World urges educators, law enforcement and community groups to reach youth with the truth about these dangerous drugs.
Volunteers reached out to school counselors with Truth About Drugs educational materials.
With children as young as 9 addicted to drugs, the town of Heidedal, South Africa, came together to create a drug-free community.
Sharing vital drug prevention with the people of their country
Urging community involvement for maximum impact on the drug problem, the Church of Scientology Padova announces a drug prevention open house and drug education training seminar January 21, organized in coordination with the Padova chapter of the Foundation for a Drug-Free World.
Jesse, a Foundation for a Drug-Free World drug prevention specialist from Texas, is passionate about keeping kids from falling into the trap that ruined his life.
Rustenburg mayor invites the Foundation for a Drug-Free Word to address the city's grade 12 students on the importance of living a drug-free life.
Former addict now training as a Christian minister uses the Truth About Drugs curriculum to help others.
Volunteers from Scientology Church in Brussels reach out to parents and kids with the truth about drugs.
Whether they live in New York, Moscow or South Africa, kids often think they know about drugs. But after watching the Foundation for a Drug-Free World videos, they usually realize—they didn't have a clue.
Foundation for a Drug-Free World takes action to stem Nigeria's deadly drug abuse epidemic.
A Johannesburg life coach used The Truth About Drugs to reach a young man who was bent on destroying his future—his addiction to sniffing glue was dominating his life. Her care and the no-nonsense approach of these materials combined to help the boy take stock of what he was doing and take control of his life, which is now taking a completely different direction.
Reaching club goers with the truth about club drugs
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention published a study calling for "education about the potentially life-threatening consequences of synthetic cannabinoid use." The Foundation for a Drug-Free World makes drug education materials on synthetic drugs available to educators, law enforcement and civic and community organizations to provide this urgently needed service.
Brussels drug prevention group joins forces with organizers and athletes of West African football tournament to reach players and fans with the truth about drugs.
Residents in Seattle's Queen Anne neighborhood enjoyed the annual National Night Out block party at the Church of Scientology.
The loss of his nephew to cocaine inspired a Tanzanian man to find a solution to drug abuse. He has opened a chapter of the Foundation for a Drug-Free World in his hometown.