Hey Parents,

Drug and alcohol addiction is one of the greatest risks for our kids.

If you’re like most parents, you want to make a difference in their lives and protect
them against drug and alcohol abuse, but you’re not sure how to do it.
We’re here to help. Teens who consistently learn about the risks of drugs from their parents
are up to 50% less likely to use drugs than those who don’t. (source)

We use powerful social influencers to tell meaningful stories in a way that makes a difference in kids’ lives.
Our resources are always free and easy to use. Our program is simple and can be summarized in two basic steps —

  • Step 1 Watch A Natural High Video
  • Step 2 Discuss Together As A Group

Here's What Else You Get...

We’ll make sure you get the tools and resources you need to start changing lives. Access is free to all of our online drug and alcohol abuse prevention videos and resources.

We've made talking to your kids about drugs and alcohol easy. Watch a short video by a storyteller they're interested in, and have a conversation...

Storyteller Library

We currently have a roster of over 40 storytellers — athletes, artists, musicians, designers — people who kids admire and trust. Our storyteller videos are deeply impactful. When kids see their own heroes making the choice to live naturally high, it directly influences their own choices in life. Each video has accompanying discussion questions to engage your kids in conversation.

drug prevention activities for elementary students

Playlists

We have designed several playlists to help you use our content in the way it works best for you. Feel free to use them daily over the span of a week, or spread them out over a month. You may also use our storyteller videos, discussion questions, and activities individually as an addition to the playlists or independent of them.

drug education worksheets

Activities

Our activities are designed for educators in a classroom setting but parents can use them too! Our activities engage kids on a deeper level, get them talking, bust myths about drug and alcohol abuse and help them identify protective measures in their lives that can be strengthened and reinforced through the power of positivity.

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