Student, Legacy HS
Thank you so much for coming to talk to us. It really opened my eyes. Before I didn’t really think about the consequences of doing drugs and drinking alcohol. All I knew was that it helped me feel happy and forget for a minute. Now I see that life can be better and that I don’t need those things. Thank you for helping me see that. You have changed my life.
Did You Know? The 2018 National Youth Tobacco Survey finds current use among middle and high school students, and 1.5 million more students used E-Cigarette for vaping in 2018 vs 2017.
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 on Drugs (ACT) was started in 2007 by Lynn Riemer, President, to educate the community about legal and illicit addictive and psychoactive substances. The mission of ACT on Drugs is to provide drug education programs to encourage new behaviors that result in drug-free lifestyles. Since it was founded, ACT has enacted with over 150,000 youth, educations and parents in Colorado and the national. This interaction has changed lives everywhere.
How Do You Schedule Trainings for Your School?
ACT on Drugs has more demand for school trainings than we have trainers to fill the demand. If your school is currently not scheduled for trainings and you would like to request trainings please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. We will do everything we can to help provide trainings since our mission to reach as many students, teachers and school administrators as possible. Please be aware that schedule is done several months in advance.