Participating in National Drug Facts WeekSM (NDFW) just got even easier! Help us shatter the myths about drug abuse by sharing on Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest or your blog. To make it easy, we've provided sample posts here.
STEP 1: Click on the links below for examples you can use:
STEP 2: Copy the language you want to use.
STEP 3: Start shattering myths!
Together, we can help create change through sharing what we know!
On Twitter? We've provided sample tweets that you can easily copy and paste to tweet from your Twitter account(s).
Mention your friends, colleagues, or other organizations in your tweets to spread the word even further.
Also, feel free to live tweet events in your community using the #drugfacts hashtag!
We've provided sample Facebook status updates that you can easily copy and paste to help show your support for National Drug Facts Week! Be sure to like the Drug Facts page and tag us in your posts!
Mention your friends, colleagues, or other organizations in your tweets to spread the word even further!
Have a blog? We’ve made it easy for you to share messages on drug abuse and addiction for National Drug Facts Week. You can use the sample below, add your own messages to it, or even write your post.
Let’s Shatter the Myths about Drug Abuse
Have you heard the news? The National Institute on Drug Abuse is holding the third annual National Drug Facts Week from January 26 - February 1, 2015. Taking part in National Drug Facts Week means you have the opportunity to help shatter the myths about drug use for teens.
Every day, teens are bombarded with conflicting messages that may leave them feeling confused and unsure of who to ask for information about drug use. With 7.4% of teens reporting abuse of prescription drugs in the past year and 22.6% of 12th graders reporting using marijuana in the past month, it’s crucial to reach teens with the facts.
Wondering how you can take part? There are plenty of ways to get involved in National Drug Facts Week. You can:
For lots more ideas and the latest news, visit the National Drug Facts Week website (http://drugfactsweek.drugabuse.gov/).