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The Facts. Your Future.

Brought to you by Florida's First Lady Casey DeSantis

Learn about how drugs affect your brain.

 
 

Downloadable Toolkit

  • To kick off the semester, the state is offering a free School Assemblies Toolkit that provides resources for schools and communities to easily implement the campaign messaging. 

  • The School Assemblies Toolkit includes suggestions to plan an interactive school-based assembly program and education materials to support your school and community-based efforts. 

FREE RESOURCES

Downloadable Social Images

  •  Educate teens about the “The Facts. Your Future.” campaign and the facts about alcohol and other drug use in Florida.

  • The images include information on: 

    • Alcohol use

    • Vaping

    • Opioids

    • Smoking 

Downloadable Videos

  • Share these videos to help improve the understanding of the dangerous and life-altering effects of substance use on young people. 

  • The video topics cover

    • Cigarette smoking

    • Overdose

    • Opioids 

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ABOUT

The Full Story

The Facts. Your Future.” is First Lady Casey DeSantis' multi-faceted campaign to heighten youth understanding of the dangerous and life-altering effects of substance use.

Through the First Lady's “The Facts. Your Future.” campaign, the State of Florida is focusing on supporting students statewide to ensure they receive prevention instruction and encouragement to protect and maintain their health, avoid substance misuse, and discourage risky behaviors so they can thrive and flourish for life. This campaign is an interactive approach to ensure students are informed and can make safe decisions as they grow. 

 

211 Florida 

Call 211 for referral to treatment, counseling etc. 

Crisis Call Center 

1-800-273-8255 or text “ANSWER” to 839863 

Crisis Text Line 

Text “START” to 741-741 

crisistextline.org

Lifeline Crisis Chat 

Chat with crisis centers across the U.S. 

crisischat.org

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 

1-800-273-TALK (8255) 

suicidepreventionlifeline.org

SAMHSA’s Helpline 

1-800-662-HELP (4357) 

samhsa.gov/find-help/national-helpline

National Institute of Health— National Institute 

of Drug Abuse on Drug Abuse for Teens 

teens.drugabuse.gov