Drug Prevention in Czech Republic


After Vienna capital of Austria, let’s have a visit to the relatively close city of Brno in the South Moravian Region of the Czech Republic. The Say No to Drug team represented by the lecturer Kamil did an informative presentation to 58 adolescent students of the Gymnasium very concerned by the subject of drugs. Indeed, they were at this important period of life, eager to discover and experiment new things about it.                          According to their reports following the lecture, now empowered with the right data these students are able to make the informed decision not to take drugs.
In addition, they were delivered with some 350 booklets The Truth About Drugs.

The next step was in the town of Beroun in the Central Bohemian Region of the Czech Republic. The lecturer Tomas was addressing a small group of 17 scouts, boys and girls with their leaders. They all agreed as part of their Sunday activity to discover more about the drugs, what they are and why they are harming substances. This was also a good opportunity to have their questions answered by the lecturer. And as a reminder they received some 95 booklets from The Truth About Drugs program.

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Foundation for a Drug-Free Europe was formed in March 2004 with the firm purpose of preventing and stopping debilitating drug use through educating non-users concerning the harmful effects that drugs can inflict upon the body, mind and personality, and by finding and directing existing users to programmes that can help them achieve comfortable abstinence for life.

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