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Media Campaigns

15+ Make Time to Listen, Take Time to Talk
P.O. Box 42557
Phone: 1-800-789-2647
Phone 2: 866-889-2647(TDD)
Phone 3: 240-221-4022 (TDD International)
Phone 4: 240-221-4021 (International calls)
Fax: 240-221-4021
Website: http://mentalhealth.samhsa.gov/

Provides practical guidance for parents and caregives on how to strenghten their relationships with their children by spending at least 15 minutes of daily, undivided time with them and focusing on them. Includes public service announcements, publications, news articles. Includes public service announcements, publications, new articles. Featured Initiative: Listening Dads are Champs, a fatherhood inititiative sponsored by the federal Center for Menatal Health services, the Baltimore Ravens, and the National Campaign Against Youth Violence.


Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids
1400 Eye Street, Suite 120
Washington, DC 20005
Phone: 202-296-5469


Freevibe.Com
Website: http://freevibe.com

National Youth anti-drug media campaign's site for youth


Take a Bit Out of Crime
2345 Crystal Drive, Suite 500
Arlington, VA
Phone: 202-466-6272

The National Citizens' Crime Prevention campaign's initiative aims to involve adults and teens in crime prevention activities that build safter communites and reduce crime.


Message Maker
Drug Policy Information Clearinghouse
P.O. Box 6000
Rockville, MD 20849-6000
Phone: 800-666-3332
Fax: 301-519-5212

As part of the National Yoth Anti-Drug Media Campaign, the Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP) has launched as interactive online tool. Message Maker enables users to create stickers, magnets, iron-on transfers, transparencies, notecards, and other media to craft unique messages identifying influences acting against drug use. i.e., "anti-drugs." The Message Maker can be especially useful for youth leaders wishing to create low-cost materials with anit-drug messages for thier club, team, or group.


National Youth Anti-Drug Media Campaign
Drug Policy Information Clearinghouse
P.O. Box 6000
Rockville, MD 20849-6000
Phone: (800) 666–3332
Fax: (301) 519–5212
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The United States Congress created the National Youth Anti-Drug Media Campaign in 1998 to prevent and reduce youth drug use. The Campaign is the nation’s largest anti-drug media campaign and is generally thought to be the single largest source of drug-prevention messaging directed to teens. 

Under the management of the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP), the Media Campaign is modeled on advertising industry and market researc best practices complemented by public health communications and outreach activities. In 2005, the Media Campaign shifted its strategy and launched the Above the Influence teen-targeted campaign. The brand and associated messaging remains one of the most widely recognized youth brands in the country and continues to move anti-drug beliefs in a favorable direction.

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