KDHRC supplies drug prevention resources for North Dakota school administrators conference
KDHRC was invited to attend The North Dakota Association of Secondary School Principals (NDASSP) Mid-Winter Conference from January 30th- February 1st. The association consist of more than 100 members and spans the entire state. KDHRC contributed to the association’s goal of improving the health of secondary education students by sending free copies of our POP-D program for all the participants. POP-D is a evidence-based curriculum program for schools to implement with interrelated materials for teachers, students, and parents. The program uses science education to prevent students from abusing prescription drugs. To learn more about POP-D visit our Drug Prevention Toolkits site.