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Wyatt's Story

Wyatt tragically passed away at age 23 after taking a pill he thought was Xanax, but was actually laced with the powerful synthetic opioid fentanyl.   

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Watch: ‘Awkward Conversations’ Video Series

Check out this new three-part video series released by the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks and the Drug Enforcement Administration called Awkward Conversations.

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Documentary: Remembering Kiki

Watch the DEA Museum’s documentary tribute to Enrique “Kiki” Camarena. Hosted by Curator of Education Josh Edmundson, it features never-before seen interviews honoring the man whose death inspired the creation of Red Ribbon Week.

Watch: Miss America Promotes

During this public service announcement, Miss America Camille Schrier promotes

Video: Red Ribbon Week

Video: Red Ribbon Week

Red Ribbon Week empowers parents to start a conversation, and make a pledge that encourages our kids to live drug free and helps them to succeed.

Marijuana Use and Pregnancy

Watch this video, produced by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, to learn about the risks of marijuana use during pregnancy. 

Stimulants: Annoying, Aren't I?

Video Lesson: Stimulants

Using the illegal stimulants or misusing the prescriptions can lead to high blood pressure and can potentially cause a stroke. Watch this video lesson to learn more.

VIDEO: Marijuana—The Facts and Fiction

VIDEO: Marijuana—The Facts and Fiction

Marijuana is the most widely used illegal drug in America. Like the tobacco plant, its smoke contains a mixture of gasses and particles that are harmful to your lungs. Watch this video to find out what's fact and fiction.

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2020 Red Ribbon Week Rally

The 2020 Red Ribbon Week Rally featured youth musical performances, a keynote speech from Miss America Camille Schrier, and much more!

Together at Home: Youth Dance Program Stays Strong During Pandemic

The DEA Youth Dance Program was created to empower kids by providing a free and positive after-school alternative to drug misuse through dance.