We are pleased to partner with Amazon Studios and serve as a resource for the new film, “Beautiful Boy,” which premieres nationwide this November. We created a discussion guide to accompany the film, in the hopes that it will foster discussion about substance use and provide insight into how families address addiction.
~New Interactive Web Resource from The Treatment Research Institute and the Partnership for Drug-Free Kids Helps Educate Parents on State-By-State Penalties for Providing Alcohol to Teens~ New York, May 22, 2013 – While many parents may think that allowing their teens and their teens’ friends to drink at home under adult supervision keeps kids safe and leads to […]
The Partnership at Drugfree.org is proud to present “Meet The Parents Hour,” an interactive online chat and Q&A session hosted on our Facebook page. This real-time event aims to connect parents and those affected by drugs and alcohol with each other, as well as with a featured host that has had direct experience with substance […]
Partnership for Drug-Free Kids is proud to announce that our Meet The Parents Hour was named a finalist in PR News’ Nonprofit PR Awards in the category of Facebook Communications Campaign. PR News’ Nonprofit PR Awards Program is dedicated to honoring the most talented communicators and teams in the nonprofit sector. Meet The Parents Hour […]
This past Tuesday, the Partnership for Drug-Free Kids hosted our 25th Anniversary Gala at the Waldorf=Astoria in New York City, an annual event that allows us to gather and show gratitude to those who support us and have been instrumental in helping us reach families in need. In attendance were more than 550 distinguished guests […]
~National Spokesperson Melissa Gilbert to Speak~ NEW YORK, NY – September 8, 2011 – the Partnership for Drug-Free Kids, a nonprofit organization that helps parents prevent, intervene in and find treatment for drug and alcohol use by their children, is proud to be the Signature Partner of the 2011 Art of Recovery Expo in […]
Hi, I’m Melissa Gilbert. I’m the national spokesperson for the Partnership for Drug-Free Kids, and you probably know me best as Laura on “Little House on the Prairie.” I’m still acting, and I’m also an author, a mother and, most importantly, a person in recovery from alcohol abuse. I’m very excited to be taking part […]
the Partnership for Drug-Free Kids’s Celebrity Champion, Melissa Gilbert, was recently featured on CBS’ “The Talk” – a new daytime TV show that analyzes life issues through the eyes of the hosts whose common denominator is that they are all moms. Watch as Melissa discusses her important work with our organization, shares her personal family […]
We are excited to welcome mother, actor and author Melissa Gilbert as our New Celebrity Champion. Melissa joins our cause to help parents prevent and get help for a child who may be struggling with drug or alcohol addiction. The Partnership at Drugfree.org is now working with Melissa to empower parents and families across the country with a message of hope and strength as she shares her deep, personal connection to our issue.
Long-time nonprofit’s mission evolves; research demonstrates parents’ increased need for help and support on teen drug and alcohol issues Actor, Author and Parent Melissa Gilbert Joins as First-Ever Celebrity Champion NEW YORK, NY – October 7, 2010 – The Partnership for a Drug-Free America announced today that it is changing its name to the Partnership […]