Game Over Tournament Trophy

DEA Hosts E-Sports Tournaments to Raise Fentanyl Awareness

97% of American youth, ages 12-17, play video games. Leveraging this popularity by way of esports provides a unique mechanism to deliver DEA’s life-saving message of “One Pill Can Kill” to this hard-to-reach demographic.

Fentanyl on pencil and rainbow fentanyl pills

Youth to Youth Works to Raise Awareness of Fentanyl-Laced Pills

A youth group from Dover, NH is raising awareness about fake medication days after police shut down a counterfeit pill operation in Manchester.

Fentanyl keyboard

Face Fentanyl, Face Death

Illinois high school students made a PSA video for a Health Occupations Students of America competition, highlighting the dangers of the synthetic opioid fentanyl.

Marijuana in car

I Can Tell

Your friends and family can tell when you’re high — and so can law enforcement. Driving high is impaired driving and it’s illegal. If You Feel Different, You Drive Different. Drive high, get a DUI.

McGruff the crime dog

Take a Bite Out of Fake Pills

McGruff the Crime Dog is back with the Go for Real campaign to take a bite out of fake pills.

One Mistake Is All It Takes (AETV-YouTube)

One Mistake Is All It Takes

Get some ideas for your own drug prevention efforts by watching a substance use PSA and behind-the-scenes footage out of Williamsburg Middle School in Arlington, Va.

You Don't Know the Half of It (The Harris Project/YouTube)

You Don't Know the Half of It

May is Mental Health Awareness Month. This powerful film by The Harris Project brings the connection between mental health and substance use out of the shadows and into the light.

Authentic and fake oxycodone

Fentapills - You Need to Know

Share Song for Charlie's educational video about fake prescription pills made of illicit fentanyl.

Fentanyl test strip

In the News: Just How Effective Are Fentanyl Test Strips?

They used to be illegal, but now state law requires them on some campuses – and they're everywhere from vending machines to bars. Fentanyl test strips are intended to help young people avoid fentanyl-laced counterfeit prescriptions or drugs. But many warn that test strips alone could do more harm than good. We put fentanyl test strips to the test, and what we found could save someone you know.

Teenager psychosis

Stronger Marijuana Linked to More Psychosis in Teens

As legal cannabis becomes more available, doctors have noticed that more teens are suffering from psychotic events that they attribute to the increased potency of the drug.