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Introduce your audience to the Lock Your Meds® campaign with this 30-second television spot.
Listen to these radio ads and then ask your local stations to play them. They can “download” the high-quality .wav files and add their own taglines at the end.
Designed for use at a town hall, organizational or parent meeting, this multimedia presentation educates the audience on the Lock Your Meds® campaign.
Adults get a good dose of knowledge about prescription drug abuse among adolescents through the MEDucation Kit. This comprehensive kit teaches parents lessons on the problem of abuse and the solutions available.
Teens use terminology in conversations that may sound innocent, but it could be describing drug use. Close the “Communication Gap” by learning a glossary of terms teens use to describe the most popular abused drugs.
Leave Behind Card
Remind your potential campaign sponsors of the importance of joining the Lock Your Meds® initiative. Leave them with a quick reference to the problem facing us, the suppliers and the solution to the problem.
NFP Affiliates may utilize this presentation to engage potential sponsors and educate them about the Lock Your Meds® initiative.
Download Lock Your Meds® campaign logos for inclusion in your materials and presentations.
Most parents don’t realize that they may be unknowingly supplying their children with prescription drugs. This guide educates parents on the emerging trend of prescription drug abuse among youth, provides guidelines for prevention and family discussions, and includes a home medicine inventory card. The inventory card helps parents keep a monthly record of the type and quantity of medications in their home. By keeping a record, parents can determine whether or not medications are missing.
Also included in the Parent Guide is a pledge card. Parents can take a stand against prescription drug abuse by signing a pledge and sharing their message with friends and family.