DEA 360 teamed up with Temple University and CADCA (Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America) to hold an anti-drug summit for local elementary school students. Watch the highlights above.

 

Preventing Prescription Drug and Heroin Abuse

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360 Philly

Did you know that 80 percent of local overdoses are caused by opioids? Learn more about the opioid epidemic in Philadelphia. Watch.

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PHOTOS: In the Community 

360 officials are out and about spreading an anti-opioid misuse message throughout the Philadelphia community. Take a look.

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Classroom Resources for Educators

The DEA and Discovery Education have teamed up to launch Operation Prevention, a program geared towards fighting opioid misuse among young people. Their site includes interactive K-12 lessons, virtual field trips, resources for parents and more. Go to Operation Prevention's website.

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Find Out Where You Can Get Naloxone in Philly

Learn all about the opioid overdose reversal drug and where you can get it locally. 

 

 

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DEA Youth Dance Program in Philly

Since the inception of the 360 Strategy, the DEA has provided Youth Dance Programs at the Alexander K. McClure, Bayard Taylor, and Isaac A. Sheppard elementary schools in North Philadelphia. 

Video: Philly Youth Summit

(December 13, 2018) Last month, DEA’s Philadelphia 360 program teamed up with Temple University and CADCA (Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America) to hold a fun, action-packed, anti-drug summit for local elementary school students. Watch.

Photos: The “Resilience Project” in Kensington

(November 7) The Philadelphia Resilience Project was launched this fall in an emergency effort to fight the area’s opioid epidemic. Read more.

DEA Collects Almost 36,000 Pounds of Meds in Pennsylvania During Take Back Day

(November 5, 2018) Pennsylvanians came out in large numbers during the most recent Take Back Day event. Read more.

2018 Recovery Walk

(October 17) Last month, close to 30,000 people participated in Philadelphia’s 17th annual Recovery Walk. Read more.