Narconon Albatros is dedicated to providing rehabilitation as well as prevention education aimed mainly at young people. It also provides support to those who are concerned about the well-being of their loved ones.
Changobomba.com is an interactive website in Spanish developed by Drug Strategies, a non-profit research institute that promotes more effective drug abuse prevention, education and treatment. The website is designed to provide young people with accurate and anonymous information about drugs.
Nai Zindagi is committed to working with disfranchised groups of people affected by the use of drugs and associated harms to help them move from margins of society to centre stage. The organisation believes in ‘reaching out’ to the affected and often hidden communities and engaging them actively in developing strategies and programmes that best meet their needs and are appropriate to their environment.
Narconon Ukraine is tasked with providing drug prevention and drug education to young people in the country.
The mission of the Veg Al-Drug Society is to assist people through drug treatment and to provide drug prevention and education in order to promote a healthy life, free from the harmful effects of alcohol, other drugs and gambling.
RxSafetyMatters.org is a project developed by Purdue Pharma L.P. that aims to aid healthcare professionals, families and communities, and law enforcement officials learn about and utilise resources it provides to help reduce the abuse and diversion of prescription medications.
The National Clearinghouse on Families and Youth is an information resource of the Family and Youth Services Bureau within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services that aims to help current and prospective Family and Youth Services Bureau grantees – and anyone else who works with at-risk youth and families – to realize their goals, better serve their communities and improve the lives of young people and their families.
The mission of The Association for Better Living and Education (ABLE) is to provide solutions and resole the problems of drugs, crime, illiteracy and immorality in today's world. ABLE is an umbrella organisation supporting, promoting and coordinating the programmes of four organisations that are dedicated to social improvement. These organisations are: Narconon International, Criminon International, Applied Scholastics International and The Way to Happiness Foundation International.
Ananda College the pinnacle of Buddhist Education of Sri Lanka initiated its Drug Prevention Society in 1993 as a driving force to prevent drug and alcohol abuse in the country. Since then the organisation has undertaken a number of prevention activities mainly a series of lectures and projects aimed at the people of Sri Lanka.
Citizens Against Narcotics is a member of the International Federation of Non-Government Organizations for the Prevention of Drug and Substance Abuse (IFNGO), that comprises Non-Government Organizations all over the world engaged in anti-drug and substance abuse activities.
The Coordinated School Health: Linking Health & Learning programme strives to assists school districts and local public health officials in providing prevention and education services aimed at reducing the short and long term impact of negative health behaviours, particularly related to unintended injuries, alcohol and other drug use, sexuality/HIV/AIDS, tobacco, diet and physical activity.
The mission of EMCDDA in Germany is to deal with drug prevention, addiction treatment and harm reduction. The German Focal Point is also responsible for epidemiology and scientific coordination of the aforementioned activities.
Secretary of Health and Human Services (HHS) established the Interagency Coordinating Committee on the Prevention of Underage Drinking (ICCPUD) and made it a standing committee to provide ongoing, high-level leadership on the issue of drinking amongst young people and to serve as a mechanism for coordinating Federal efforts aimed at preventing and reducing underage drinking. The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) serves as the lead ICCPUD agency.
MANA's mission is to:
- mutually assist, as a social organisation, in the projects of the Government of Myanmar, which has been striving as a national duty to prevent and suppress the menace of the narcotic drugs, threatening the country; and to
- participate as an additional force in the collective endeavours for effective prevention and treatment of the infection and rapid spread of H.I.V among the intravenous drug users, as the problem required expeditious and concerted efforts.
Founded in 1984, Re-Solv works to end volatile substance abuse, particularly among children and young people. The organisation campaigns for:
- Better services and provision for those involved, especially young people and their families;
- Prevention of solvent and volatile substance abuse to be placed high on the national and international agenda; and
- Clear educational messages to ensure that products are used for their intended purposes.
Österreichische ARGE Suchtvorbeugung (Austrian Working Group for Addiction Prevention) aims to create an Austria-wide structured and institutionalized networking and uniform quality standards in terms of projects, materials and events in the Austrian drug prevention.
Suffolk Coalition to Prevent Alcohol and Drug Dependencies, Inc. is a private, not-for-profit, agency that aims to make a difference in the well-being of all segments of society through leadership and use of research-based substance abuse prevention strategies.
Guided by the principles of cultural diversity and human dignity; in collaboration with partners, governments and institutions within the sub-Saharan region, the UNESCO Cluster Office in Harare seeks to advocate for and build members' capacity for:
The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) is the United States government’s principal agency for protecting the health of all Americans and providing essential human services, especially for those who are least able to help themselves. Some of its activities are focused on prevention: promoting exercise, healthy diet, healthy lifestyle, vaccination/immunisation, health screenings, as well as educating about the harms associated with risky behaviours such as smoking and drinking alcohol.
The Journal of Adolescence is an international, broad based, cross-disciplinary journal that addresses issues concerning development between puberty and the attainment of adult status within society. It provides a forum for all who are concerned with the nature of adolescence, whether involved in teaching, research, guidance, counselling, treatment, or other services. Research areas encompassed:
SADA Magazine is an on-line, monthly publication by Drug Free Nation. The Magazine includes articles, stories and other information related to drug abuse.
The Inland Valley Drug Free Community Coalition, established in 2005, is a collaborative coalition, consisting of 12 distinct groups of the Inland Valley of Southern California. Together, the Coalition aims to combat substance abuse through education, prevention, treatment and enforcement. Some of the organisation's key objectives are as to:
The Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet is an internet resource that aims to inform practice and policy in Indigenous health by making research and other knowledge readily accessible. Sample information provided on the website includes general health facts, chronic conditions, infectious conditions, other health conditions (eg. sexual health, social and emotional well-being) and protective and risk factors (substance use - alcohol, illicit drugs, tobacco).
The Youth Development Organization (YDO) is an organisation that aims to make a difference in the lives of individuals and of the community as a whole. YDO seeks to grow a community of engaged, capable learners increasingly aware of their capacity for excellence. Through long-term relationships with caring adults, the organisation aims to reach out to young people in schools, churches and youth organisations and invite young people to be seriously engaged in their education and help them discover who they are and who they can become.
Lima Jóven is a Peruvian organisation dedicated to promoting training and learning spaces such as workshops, meetings, cultural events and discussions in order to address problems facing adolescents and youth (employment, access to education, personal development) and to promote their active involvement in the community.