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Above the Influence
Above the Influence (ATI) is an interactive drug prevention site for youth. The goal of the site is to help youth be more aware of the influences around them and better prepare them to stand up to the pressures that can keep them down . Youth can take quizzes; download fun stuff; listen to podcasts; submit notes and pictures; and view ATI ads. was created by the National Youth Anti-Drug Media Campaign to equip parents and other adult caregivers with the tools they need to raise drug-free kids. Working with the nation's leading experts in the fields of parenting and substance abuse prevention, serves as a drug prevention information center, and a supportive community for parents to interact and learn from each other. also provides information for parents in multiple languages:
This Web site provides drug-related information and other resources for youth. Youth can share their stories, watch anti-drug ads, and learn how to help friends who may have a drug problem. Youth can also submit the hobby, person, or passion that stands between them and drugs. is a tool for policymakers; law enforcement officials; treatment and prevention professionals; businesses and retailers; and anti-drug activists. This portal site provides a comprehensive listing of resources available to communities on the topic of methamphetamine.

Site visitors are also able to sign up for and view messages posted to the DiscussMeth Web Forum. The DiscussMeth Web Forum was created as a means to share ideas, ask questions, and help create a shared sense of mission in the fight against meth.

National Youth Anti-Drug Media Campaign
This is the central Web site for all National Youth Anti-Drug Media Campaign activities and information. Visitors can view the Campaign's TV, radio, print ads, and download banner ads for use on their own sites. The site also provides information on how the public can get involved with the Campaign, links to other Campaign sites, a listing of Campaign publications, and news about Campaign initiatives.
This Weblog is intended to educate Americans about illegal drugs and help them stay up-to-date on the latest international, Federal, state, and local efforts to reduce drug use. ONDCP frequently updates this blog with commentary, news, and links showcasing how pushing back against illegal drug use makes a difference.

Random Student Drug Testing
This site is a resource for learning more about student drug testing, offering information for different levels of awareness and engagement for parents, administrators, and students. It is designed to provide quick and easy access to accurate materials on student drug testing from court decisions to program guidance.

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