Talon David, a teen singer and songwriter, has been chosen as the winner of the seventh annual GRAMMY Foundation®, MusiCares®, and the Partnership’s Teens Make Music Contest for her original interpretation of the importance of living above the influence of drug and alcohol use.
Today marks the launch of the seventh annual GRAMMY Foundation® and MusiCares® Teens Make Music Contest, in conjunction with the Partnership as part of its “Above the Influence” campaign. The contest asks young musicians, ages 14–18, to compose or create an original song and/or music video that celebrates life above the influence or brings attention to the real-life consequences of substance abuse.
The Partnership for Drug-Free Kids today launched #GotYourBack, a peer-to-peer action campaign that raises awareness among teens about the risks of binge drinking and empowers teens to help a friend who may be in trouble from drinking too much alcohol.
The University of Michigan’s Monitoring the Future Study, an annual survey tracking teen drug abuse among 40,000 8th-, 10th,- and 12th- graders, shows some positive inroads and encouraging news in substance abuse among American youth.
The Partnership for Drug-Free Kids and Prinkshop today launched new, bold graphic design t-shirts and tote bags reminding people to “Mind Your Meds.” Proceeds benefit the Partnership’s work to prevent half a million teens from abusing medicine.
The Partnership for Drug-Free Kids today launched “Who Controls You,” a new multimedia campaign for teens that illustrates some of the pressures they face, including peer pressure to drink and use drugs, issues with body image and bullying, among others.
The Partnership for Drug-Free Kids today announced the celebration of the Fourth Annual Above the Influence (ATI) Day, a national event that celebrates teens across the country who choose to rise above the negative influences in their lives to be their best selves.
The Partnership for Drug-Free Kids today launched a new multimedia campaign for teens that uses emojis to communicate the challenges of negative influences, empowering them to live Above the Influence.
The Board of Directors of the Partnership for Drug-Free Kids, a national nonprofit dedicated to reducing substance abuse among adolescents by supporting families and engaging with teens, has officially named Marcia Lee Taylor President and CEO of the organization.
~Partnership for Drug-Free Kids, GRAMMY Foundation® and MusiCares® Recognize Winners~ New York, NY (Jan. 16, 2015) – Teen music artist Victoria Marchlewski has been selected as the winner of the fifth annual GRAMMY Foundation® and MusiCares® Teens Make Music Contest for her original interpretation of the importance of living above the influence of drug and […]
Today marks the launch of the fifth annual GRAMMY Foundation® and MusiCares® Teens Make Music Contest, in conjunction with the Partnership for Drug-Free Kids as part of its Above the Influence (ATI) campaign.
The Partnership for Drug-Free Kids premiered today a new teen-targeted television spot as part of its Above the Influence (ATI) campaign. The TV spot is the second produced by the Partnership since taking the lead on ATI.
We accomplished a lot in 2013. We took action to reduce prescription drug abuse among teens by introducing our teen-made, parent-targeted “Out of Reach” documentary and paired it with a special toolkit to help educate communities everywhere about the issue of teen medicine abuse. We acquired The Meth Project – one of the world’s leading prevention programs […]
“Made by Me” TV commercial premieres on National Above the Influence Day New York – October 17, 2013 – the Partnership for Drug-Free Kids today is premiering a new teen-targeted television spot, co-created by a teen, as part of its newly revamped Above the Influence (ATI) campaign. The TV spot is the first produced by […]
New York- July 16, 2013 – the Partnership for Drug-Free Kids is taking the lead on Above the Influence (ATI), a popular and effectiveteen-targeted drug and alcohol prevention campaign. The nonprofit will be responsible for all national youth outreach, including advertising, social media and campaign websites. ATI was previously a project of the Office of […]
Last night, the National Youth Anti-Drug Media Campaign’s “Above the Influence,” run by the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP) in collaboration with The Partnership at drugfree.org, was awarded with a silver Effie Award in the Sustained Success category at the 44th annual North American Effie Awards event in New York City. […]
Statement of Steve Pasierb, President and CEO New York, NY – March 31, 2011 – An independent study published in this month’s American Journal of Public Health found a link between greater exposure to the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy’s (ONDCP’s) “Above the Influence” campaign and reduced drug use among females. The […]
Statement of Steve Pasierb, President and CEO Study Finds Teens Exposed to Campaign Messages Less Likely to Use Marijuana New York, NY – February 23, 2011 – A new independent, scientific analysis of the Office of National Drug Control Policy’s National Youth Anti-Drug Media Campaign (NYADMC) found that teens who were exposed to “Above The […]