Apply for a Grant to Start a Drug Free Club of America
- Backed by solid data, schools who host a Drug Free Club of America chapter have lower rates of substance use and higher rates of student success.
- Students who belong to a Drug Free Club of America feel less pressure to use substances, and being a member makes it easier for teens to refuse offers to use, giving them autonomy over their health.
- Since nine out of ten adults suffering from substance use disorder started drug or alcohol use before age eighteen, schools need to implement proven strategies that prevent adolescent substance use.
- Drug Free Clubs of America are proven to improve school culture and provide students with the confidence needed to refuse substance use.
SafeLaunch mini grants are available to launch Drug Free Clubs of America chapters in high schools across the country.
To learn more or apply for a grant from SafeLaunch, click the link below.