Parents and teachers have a stark reality to face: accidental overdose is currently the leading cause of death under the age of 50 in the U.S. That means that an American teen is more likely to die of a drug-related cause… Read More
First of All: A Drug Education Web Series with Made of Millions
We’ve got a broken drug education system and we’ve yet to fix it. Decades of under-education and over-criminalization hasn’t made drug use and sales decline, nor has it made drug use any safer.
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Modern society gives young people many things to cope with, which are often managed by and mitigated within the education system. The trauma that students bring to the classroom vis-a-vis child welfare policies,… Read More
We’ve discovered and created a myriad of remedies for the ills we experience over the course of human life, but are we utilizing the best evidence, treatment and policies that help individuals and communities heal and… Read More
“Taboo” issues like problematic drug use, sexual abuse, trauma, bullying and victimization, showing vulnerability, and enduring racism, sexism, homo- and transphobias – are common societal and structural challenges… Read More
There’s no inherent moral value in drugs, but morality plays a major role in the delivery of drug education, (mis)perceptions about drugs and drug users, and the policy decisions and politicians make.
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