Thursday, September 18, 2014

Partnership for Drug-free Kids
 Hello ,

Because you’ve registered to receive PACT360 community education materials, I want to let you know about a new informative toolkit from the Partnership for Drug-Free Kids.

The Partnership is teaming up with Major League Baseball Charities for a special “Play Healthy” program designed to help coaches, parents, teachers and all concerned adults help young people make healthy decisions and prevent them from abusing performance-enhancing substances and prescription drugs.

The Play Healthy Toolkit contains a DVD, a discussion guide and handouts that anyone can use to educate themselves and others about the risks of abusing performance-enhancing substances and other drugs. The Toolkit is free of charge and available in English and Spanish. It also contains nomination forms for the Commissioner’s Play Healthy Award, which celebrates and recognizes one youth sports coach and one student athlete who embody the spirit of teamwork, dedication, leadership and a healthy, drug-free lifestyle.

To receive your free Play Healthy Toolkits, e-mail Kevin Collins at Please specify the number of English and Spanish kits you would like to receive and your contact information, including e-mail and phone number.

I hope you and your community will make use of this important resource.
Kevin Collins
Deputy Director, Community Education
The Partnership for Drug-Free Kids
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