The Denver chapter of the Drug-Free World Foundation travelled for the second year to the Northern Colorado (NOCO) Emergency Preparedness and Family Safety Expo. The Drug-Free World mission is to everyone—kids and adults—learn the truth about drug use and abuse so they can make the better choice and not take drugs.
The NOCO event is a joint effort between Larimer and Weld Counties and provides the public with a variety of public safety services, ranging from emergency preparedness to life-safety classes.
Foundation for a Drug-Free World provides those attending with effective ways to talk to their kid about drugs. Sometimes it’s a concerned grandparent, an aunt or uncle, parents, and many times teachers, who are concerned about the alarming increase in vaping, and how that may lead to the use and abuse of other drugs.
The Foundation for a Drug-Free World is a non-profit, international drug education program proudly sponsored by the Church of Scientology and Scientologists all over the world. For the Church’s founder, L. Ron Hubbard, noted the role substance abuse plays in the disintegration of the social fabric, stating: “Research has demonstrated that the single most destructive element present in our current culture is drugs.”
Kids who visit the Foundation’s booth voluntarily take the drug-free pledge, where they promise to learn the truth about drugs and promote the benefits of a drug-free lifestyle with their friends. Foundation for a Drug-Free World spends many weekends during the late spring, summer, and early fall at events like the NOCO Emergency Preparedness and Family Safety Expo, and this year over 270 students signed the pledge to remain drug-free.
For more information on the Foundation for the Drug-Free World please visit www.Drug-FreeWorld.org.