There is an epidemic that is spreading on college and university campuses across the United States.  It is estimated that one in four college students are popping pills to get an edge and stay focused.  In dorm rooms, hallways and libraries Adderall, a drug used to treat ADHD, is being used and sold without a prescription.

STUDY DRUG is presented by individuals who were or are college students that have used and/or sold study drugs.  The event includes the Talent discussing the alarming facts and figures pertaining to the use of study drugs,  their story of how this growing trend impacted their life and creates a platform to discuss ways college students and campuses can address the urgent issue and always time for questions and answers.

Hope’s Voice provides the GET CONNECTED handout, GET FEEDBACK survey and a glossy electronic promotional kit.  The kit is a fantastic tool to promote the event and bring awareness to the campus and the community.

The event encourages college students and campuses to have an open conversation on the impact of study drugs and find solutions to educate on the deadly and long term impact of what many see as a short term solution.

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