For 31 years, DFI has hosted this event at the Idaho Capitol steps. Over 1,000 students, parents, law enforcement, survivors, and elected officials are inspired to live a life free from the hindrances of drug culture. In-school activities and presentations take place throughout the week. Click here to view our 2019 interview with KTVB.
This campaign empowers youth to find a healthy passion as an alternative to engaging in drug culture. DFI visits schools to document students' natural highs and slideshows are presented to their peers.
Click here to view the Natural High video.
DFI and partners collaborate to host an annual skate and scooter competition where participants skate beyond some of the stereotypes misrepresenting of their community. We will not be hosting this competition in 2020, but keep your eyes peeled for the next competition dates!
This program was developed in house to provide supplemental drug education throughout the entire school year in Boise junior high schools. Posters are rotated bi-monthly that provide information on marijuana, alcohol, and vaping. A trivia question and prize donated by local companies keeps students engaged with each topic. Students also learn how to identify credible sources for health information.
The DrugFree Idaho Youth Coalition has chapters in Riverglen, South, West, and Les Bois Junior High Schools with students dedicated to promoting a drug-free culture at their school. They have been speakers at community events and educational workshops. They facilitate the Did Ya Know campaign in their respective school. They also conduct peer-to-peer education with 6th graders.
Each year, a high school video production class in the Treasure Valley produces their own PSA about substance misuse which airs on KTVB Channel 7. Click here to view past PSAs.
We organize opportunities to engage in conversation with youth about current drug trends. Presenters have included the Drug Enforcement Administration, school counselors, forensic scientists, parents of overdose victims, DFI staff, and more. We conduct presentations in classroom, assembly-style, and other settings.
Annually, DFI partners with a local high school students, law enforcement, counselors, and other community professionals to conduct interactive education demonstrating the risks associated with underage drinking, drug use and providing alcohol to minors. Check back here in spring 2020 to register.
DrugFree Idaho can assist you in implementing a comprehensive, cost-effective, drug-free workplace program.
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DFI partners with schools and law enforcement to collect data surrounding drug use trends, disseminating the results to the DFI Coalition and local stakeholders. We are currently in the process of collecting 2020 data.
Community members are invited to properly dispose of their unused, unwanted, or expired medications. The next take back day is Saturday April 25th from 10am - 2pm at the Ada County Sheriff's Office and Garden City Fred Meyer located on Chinden.
Free family movies and fun are presented by Boise Parks and Recreation. DFI and youth coalition members interact with attendees to provide fun and games...with a little education thrown in!