Since 2005, We’ve Been Partnering with Communities.
A team of Firefighters founded Drug Free Clubs of America in 2005 in response to the drug-related tragedies they witnessed every day. They regularly were called on to rescue people whose lives had been devastated by overdoses, violence, accidents, or even death. To them there was nothing more difficult than being called to a scene resulting in the loss of a young life. This was especially true when it was caused by something as avoidable as drug abuse. It stung even more to know that every single one of those teens were drug-free at one point.
AS IT STANDS
DFCA has a direct impact on empowering DFCA Members to live drug-free:
We Know How Hard It Is
As a school, you want to keep students healthy and engaged.
As a community, you want to create a safe place for all.
As a parent, you want to protect your child’s future.
As a student, you want a supportive community and a place to belong.
We’re here to help!
Serving Communities, Schools, Parents + Students
Donate or Volunteer
Since 2005, we have been working hard to protect our country’s youth from the devastating effects of drug use. All funds donated here go DIRECTLY toward reducing the cost of our program’s elements. The more you give or volunteer, the more we can all focus on protecting the potential in our youth’s future.
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Starting a conversation about drugs with your teen can be difficult. You know you need to, but you may know how to begin or even what to say during your chat.
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