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R. Gil Kerlikowske
Director, White House Office of National Drug Control Policy

President Obama has outlined his vision of an America that is built to last—where our children are educated and healthy. This administration's drug policy is guided by neuroscience, and we are committed to using research to inform young people about the risks and consequences of substance use, including the negative impact it can have on their futures.
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Michele M. Leonhart
Administrator, Drug Enforcement Administration
U.S. Department of Justice

One way to help young people stay drug free is to have an honest exchange with them about the dangers of drug use. National Drug Facts WeekSM does just that – it opens a dialogue that gives youth the facts about drugs. We are proud to support NIDA's efforts to communicate directly with our youth across America so that they have the tools to make informed choices about drug use.
David Esquith

David Esquith
Director, Office of Safe and Healthy Students
U.S. Department of Education

We know there is a need to actively engage youth in an open dialogue about illicit drug use, and emerging threats like synthetic drugs. National Drug Facts Week provides a platform for this to happen.

The GRAMMY Foundation® and MusiCares® Teens! Make Music Contest

The GRAMMY Foundation® and MusiCares® Teens! Make Music Contest offers a great opportunity for aspiring teen musicians to use the healing and uplifting medium of music to help spread the message about the importance of healthy choices and the dangers of drug abuse. The contest asks young musicians to create original music and/or music videos that celebrate healthy and inspirational living, or accurately depict the dark side of drug abuse. 2013 Winners Announced!
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