Friday, December 27, 2013

The Partnership at
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Dear Joseph,
It’s a sad but little known fact that schools today do little to teach our kids about the risks of drug abuse. Over the past five years, there have been massive government cuts slashing school-based drug and alcohol prevention programs.
And, at the same time that programs for kids in schools and communities have disappeared, more people in the U.S. now die from prescription drug overdoses than in car crashes.
While there are more demands on parents and teachers than ever, prescription pain medications are responsible for more overdose deaths than cocaine and heroin combined.
Families need you to make The Partnership’s work possible. And we need to be here for all families.
Help us reach parents and educators with effective tools to help #endmedicineabuse.
We dedicate ourselves to protecting the health of children. We know that no family should lose a child to addiction. But we can’t do it without you. Make a tax-deductible donation right now. Together, we can and will reverse the epidemic of teen medicine abuse.
Thank you, and Happy Holidays,

Steve Pasierb, President and CEO
The Partnership at

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