DEA and Discovery Education Launch: Operation Prevention Video Challenge

December 14, 2016 | Addiction Policy Forum

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The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), DEA Educational Foundation and Discovery Education are launching the Operation Prevention Video Challenge, that gives students the opportunity to create a 30-60 second public service announcement (PSA) on the dangers of opioid misuse.  

The Operation Prevention Video Challenge invites teens across the country, that are at least 13-years-old and are enrolled in 9th through 12th grade, to participate. The aim of the challenge is to educate other teens about this epidemic. The presented question for the challenge is: “If your friends were going to watch ONE video that made them think twice about misusing prescription opioids, what would that video be?”

To learn more about the challenge visit: The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), DEA Educational Foundation and Discovery Education are launching the Operation Prevention Video Challenge, that gives students the opportunity to create a 30-60 second public service announcement (PSA) on the dangers of opioid misuse.  

The Operation Prevention Video Challenge invites teens across the country, that are at least 13-years-old and are enrolled in 9th through 12th grade, to participate. The aim of the challenge is to educate other teens about this epidemic. The presented question for the challenge is: “If your friends were going to watch ONE video that made them think twice about misusing prescription opioids, what would that video be?”

To learn more about the challenge visit: https://www.operationprevention.com/video-challenge

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