National Drug Control Strategy
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Education and Community Action Parents:
The Main Ingredient
The Strategy discusses a variety of prevention programs, including school- and
community-based programs, student drug testing programs, and public service advertisements.
These diverse approaches help parents keep kids away from drugs and alcohol.
Yet none of these programs is enough to make a decisive difference without significant
(see the press release or on the White House Drug Policy Site)
WHITE HOUSE HIGHLIGHTS
MT. HOOD COALITION AGAINST DRUG CRIME
On March 1, 2004 President Bush announced his 2004 National Drug Control Strategy Campaign, which will be presented to Congress. Within this document the Mt. Hood Coalition Against Drug Crime was selected to be highlighted as a successful program. The Presidents campaign notes in his opening page of his strategy document: (see Press Release)
OREGON GOVERNOR SELECTS
MT. HOOD COALITION AGAINST DRUG CRIME MEMBER TO SERVE ON METH TASK FORCE
The Mt. Hood Coalition Against Drug Crime has been selected to serve on the Governors Methamphetamine Task Force, the purpose of which is to develop a set of actions to attack the production and use of methamphetamine in
Oregon. (see Press Release)