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How does NAPTA divert 85% of students from experimenting with drugs...the greatest threat facing our young people?

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The Graphic Truth

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Take a look at this emotionally moving visual representation of how drug addiction is taking the lives of  our
young people.

The Effectiveness of Young Recovering Addicts Reaching Younger Students Can Literally Cut the Number of Annual Fatalities in Half...

About NAPTA.org

The Problem We're Up Against

Scope of Addiction

With approximately 1100 kids dying everyday, parents are no longer interested in slogans or assumptions...and when it comes to what teenagers do at parties, or with their friends, they simply do not listen to authority figures...but they do listen to us. 

 

Logic: Would you ask a Baker to repair cars, or assign a Police Officer to manage the cheerleading squad? So, why not secure those who have experienced addiction first-hand to address substance abuse?

 

NAPTA has developed a protocol using young adults who've personally faced addiction and have the credibility all previous efforts have lacked. Students trust their sincerity and heed their warnings.

 

The National Association for the Prevention of Teenage Addiction  is a certified 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. It was established in direct response to appeals from superintendents, parents, and school officials to address the problem of substance abuse within our juvenile population.

 

Our students are more knowledgeable and have greater access to information than previous generations…and when combined with the glorification of "partying"  by the entertainment world, we have a growing trend, which is leading young people into very dangerous territories.

 

Because of the escalating number of tragedies, parents are no longer interested in slogans or theoretical ideas at the expense of their children’s lives. A local group of educators, prompted by concerned families responded by seeking a prevention program that would hopefully divert young people from experimenting with drugs or alcohol.