“I am confident that these annual presentations have positively influenced the future decisions of many of the young adults that leave Westlake Middle school and enter a harsh world of temptations in high school, college and later on in their lives.”Danny L. Austin, School Counselor, Westlake Middle School
The majority of the educational sessions are presented in school class-rooms, and to child-advocate groups by experts. Presentations are constantly updated to provide the latest information about the physical, behavioral and social consequences of drug use/abuse.
ACT provides extremely powerful and informative presentations to parents, educators and administrators to ensure those working on the front line with youth are well educated about the types of drugs, how youth are acquiring and taking these drugs as well as how they are hiding them.
ACT on Drugs (ACT) was started in 2007 by Lynn Riemer, President, to educate the community about legal and illicit addictive and psychoactive substances. Since it was founded, ACT has enacted with over 150,000 youth, educations and parents in Colorado and the national. This interaction has changed lived everywhere.