With more than twice the Atlanta population that was supposed to come into the city for a great game, the local chapter of the Foundation for the Drugs World halted everything that was in their prevention.
ATLANTA – February 9, 2019 – (Newswire.com)
A study issued by the National Security Council found that more people are dying due to an overdose than for road accidents. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report that 130 Americans die on average daily because of an overdose of opioids. In May, Executive Director of the Georgian Council for the Abuse of Substances Neil Campbell described the tip of death due to an overdose in the country as an "explosion". The crisis in Georgia has reached such a magnitude that pharmacists do not need a naloxone-prescription drug – medicines intended to rapidly turn overdose on opioids.
Volunteers from the Foundation for a World Without A Drug Center in Atlanta decided to stir up a great game and save lives. With the help of local non-profit organizations and volunteers without drugs from across the country, they have seen half a million copies The truth about drugs booklets for local residents and those in Atlanta for a game.
In the streets they entered their signed turquoise vests and approached anyone who met the truth about drugs, knowing that drug prevention could significantly reduce the risk of drug abuse and addiction.
The world's largest information and drug prevention program, the Foundation for the World Without Drugs, has distributed more than 118 million drug education books in 188 countries in 20 languages.
The Scandinavian and Scythian church support the Foundation, which enables them to provide free of charge materials to community leaders, groups and educators for their use in dealing with this crucial issue.
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