Announcing Listen To Your Mother’s 2013 Video Release with The Partnership at Drugfree.org!!
Thanks to the support of The Partnership at Drugfree.org, LTYM celebrates the release of over 300 new videos from our 2013 season on the LTYMShow YouTube channel.
Our Mother's Day series of live reading events in 24 cities were heartening and spectacular. Now our videos extend the reach of those powerful stories of motherhood from our local cities across the globe—giving Mother's Day a microphone all year round.
LTYM is proud to share The Partnership's message of preventing prescription drug misuse and abuse. Join the growing number of parents pledging to end this epidemic.
Spend two seconds to take the pledge and share it via social media and help prevent ½ a million teens from abusing prescription drugs.
The Partnership at Drugfree.org is a national nonprofit dedicated to solving the problem of teen substance abuse. At its website, drugfree.org, you can find tools and resources to help prevent and get help for drug and alcohol abuse by teens and young adults. The Partnership at Drugfree.org also operates a toll-free parent helpline where clinically trained specialists offer confidential, comforting guidance for concerned callers at 1-855-DRUGFREE.
The Medicine Abuse Project is a multi-year national campaign of The Partnership at Drugfree.org, with the goal of preventing half a million teens from abusing prescription medicine by the year 2017. The Project provides comprehensive resources to parents, educators, health care providers, law enforcement officials and others about the growing problem of teen medicine abuse. The campaign aims to mobilize parents and the public at large to take action and help solve the problem of teen substance abuse. This includes learning about the issue, talking with our kids about the dangers of misuse and abuse of prescription drugs and properly monitoring, safeguarding and disposing of excess Rx drugs in our homes.
To learn more about The Medicine Abuse Project, visit drugfree.org/medicineabuse and follow the conversation online at #endmedicineabuse.
Let's keep sharing our stories. Watch the videos, then tell your own story. Write it down. Share it. Build your community buy using your voice and inspiring others to do the same.
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