“I won’t stop until drugs are out of Tennessee,” says Anne Vallieres, who works with Drug-Free South as an educator. Drug-Free South (DFS) began delivering lectures to students in and around Tennessee since 2009 on the truth about drugs, and in just that time, the group has enlightened over 15,000 students across 30 counties.
Vallieres has booked seminars through October where she and her husband, Marc, will travel across the state to bring kids true data on drugs. Murfreesboro, Smyrna and Clarksville are just some of the places that will have the opportunity to receive this invaluable seminar.
The Foundation for a Drug-Free World is a nonprofit public benefit corporation that provides youth and adults with factual information about drugs so they can make informed decisions and live drug-free. The organization gives away a “Truth About Drugs” booklet, an informational pamphlet that details short- and long-term effects of drugs, common street names and myths that a dealer might use to make a sale. The Foundation offers educational materials free of charge to educators and anyone who wants to learn more about drugs.
For more information, visit www.drugfreesouth.org.