Drexel University is working with the university community to address the issue of underage, illegal, and high-risk drinking and drug use. Learn about the comprehensive approach the school is taking to keep students healthy.
September 12, 2011 at 10:52 AM ET by John Watson, MS, NCC
ONDCP is taking unprecedented steps to break the cycle of drug use and crime, and reform the criminal justice system, including supporting treatment and intervention, alternatives to incarceration, and reentry services.
The higher education community can play an important in providing leadership for innovative initiatives that address substance abuse. David Anderson discusses ONDCP's new focus on college and university students.
Women and teens girls are affected differently by drug use and additction. Learn how ONDCP is supporting treatment and recovery services for women and youth-targeted prevention messages to help girls make healthy choices.
Drug courts offer an alternative to incarceration and aim to break the cycle of drug use and crime. Recently Deputy Director Tucker attended a juvenile drug court to congratulate a graduating class of drug court participants.
The United Kingdom's new Organized Crime Strategy calls for additional tools to fight organized crime and underscores the importance of continued collaboration between the U. S. and the UK on international crime issues.
Director Kerlikowske releases the 2011 National Drug Control Stragtegy, the Administration's comprehensive action plan that balances the Nation's public health and public safety needs, and works to reduce drug use and its devastating consequences.