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Strike Out Against Drugs: Join the Drug-Free Heroes and Help Protect Youth from Drug Overdose

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Church of Scientology Los Angeles hosts the second annual National Red Ribbon Week Drug-Free Heroes Awards to help end the deadly crisis that is threatening the lives of L.A. kids. Event keynote speaker and awardee Mr. Henry Lozano is an example of what one man or woman can do to reverse this catastrophe. For decades, countless children's lives have been saved because of his work.

International Drug Overdose Awareness Day 2022: Scientology Churches Urge Action to Save Lives

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Scientology Churches and Scientologists mark International Drug Overdose Awareness Day by bringing the truth about drugs to bear against the deadly pandemic of overdose deaths. Drug overdose doesn't discriminate. It honors no borders.

International Youth Day 2022: Church of Scientology shares humanitarian initiatives to help young people set a positive course

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- In honor of International Youth Day, August 12, the Church of Scientology shares humanitarian initiatives to help young people set a positive course for their lives and thrive.

Help End the Drug Abuse Crisis in 2022: Learn How on the Scientology Network

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- The United Nations set aside June 26 as International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking "to promote action and cooperation toward the goal of an international society free of drug abuse." And at no time has it been more urgent to do so. The Scientology Network marks the day by focusing on humanitarians who are working to end the drug abuse crisis in towns and cities across the world.

Scientology Churches Across the U.S. Support Drug Prevention for World Drug Day 2022

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- With International Day Against Drug Abuse and Human Trafficking one week away, Scientology Churches across the world rededicate themselves to handling "the other pandemic" - drug abuse and addiction.

Foundation for a Drug-Free World Volunteers Say Truth is the Best Answer to Dangerous New Drugs in 2022

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Scientology Churches promoted drug education on World Health Day April 7, with seminars, presentations and drug education distribution events to prevent drug abuse and overdose deaths. With a powerful new synthetic opioid known as ISO (isotonitazene) leaving disaster in its wake, the need for effective drug education and prevention has never been greater than now.

Church of Scientology of Los Angeles Launches a Massive Drug Prevention Campaign for 2022

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- With overdose deaths spiking in Los Angeles County during the pandemic, Foundation for a Drug-Free World volunteers mobilize from the Church of Scientology Los Angeles to reach out with a drug education and prevention drive.

Foundation for a Drug-Free World: In the Fight Against Drugs, Education is the Most Effective Weapon

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Foundation for a Drug-Free World volunteers from Scientology Churches and Missions across Italy provide fact-based drug education to help stem the damage caused by drug abuse and addiction.

Truth About Drugs initiative: Church of Scientology Reaches Out to Help End the Drug Overdose Crisis

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Just last week, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced more than 100,000 people died of drug overdoses in the United States during the 12-month period ending April 2021. The Church of Scientology International urges concerned parents, educators and community leaders to take action against the "other pandemic" with drug education and prevention.

Scientology Network Shares Vital Health and Wellness Information on International Overdose Awareness Day 2021

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- On International Overdose Awareness Day, a full day of drug-prevention programming on the Scientology Network provides solutions at the grassroots level. The Church of Scientology International invites parents, educators and civic and community leaders wishing to make a difference about the drug overdose crisis to see how leaders in the field of drug prevention are making an impact on this urgent issue.

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