The Drug-Free Marshals
and the Church of Scientology
The world wide problem of drug abuse is addressed by the Church of Scientology and its parishioners through numerous grass roots drug prevention and education efforts.
In the United States, the Church’s "Lead the Way to a Drug-Free USA" campaign works with other community drug prevention organizations, united by the common purpose of eradicating drugs. Lead the Way in the United States further broadened its scope when it sponsored a national conference in Washington, DC, attended by more than 100 leaders in the anti-drug field.
In Canada and in European countries including Germany, France, Switzerland, Denmark, Belgium, Holland, Austria, Sweden, Norway and Italy and in the United Kingdom and Mexico, the Church’s "Say No to Drugs" program has conducted broad, public drug-abuse awareness and prevention campaigns.
Church of Scientology International also created and launched the "Drug-Free Marshals" youth drug-education and prevention program in 1993, a program to educate children as young as 6 on the dangers of drugs, and to challenge them to remain drug-free. They demonstrate their commitment by being "sworn in" as Drug-Free Marshals, pledging to remain drug-free and to encourage their peers to do the same.
The campaign rapidly spread internationally, Since its inception, in excess of 19,000 people have been sworn in as Drug-Free Marshals in cities and towns throughout the United States, Canada, united Kingdom, South Africa, Australia and Europe.
To find out more
about the Drug Free Marshals
and what they are doing
to make a difference.
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