Monthly Archives: September 2013

Heroin Prevention PSAs Urge Parents to Talk to their Children as Heroin Deaths Spike

9/12/2013 For Immediate Release: September 12, 2013 Contact: Angela Conover, PDFNJ, 201-916-1030 conover@drugfreenj.org NEW BRUNSWICK— Talking to your kids about the dangers of heroin is the theme of a new public service campaign created by the Partnership for a Drug-Free New … Continue reading

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Music Festival Attendees Say “Molly” Use is Widespread

By Join Together Staff | September 9, 2013 | Leave a comment | Filed inDrugs, Young Adults & Youth Young people who attend electronic dance music festivals tell The Christian Science Monitor that use of the drug “Molly” is widespread. The drug has been attributed to four recent … Continue reading

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Random Drug Tests Don’t Deter Students’ Substance Use – Study Finds

By Celia Vimont | September 6, 2013 | 2 Comments | Filed in Alcohol, Drugs,Tobacco, Young Adults & Youth Random drug testing in schools does not reduce students’ substance use, a national survey of high school students concludes. The study found students who attend schools where they feel … Continue reading

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