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SAFE KIDS AMERICA
A Leader in Adolescent Drug Abuse Prevention and 
Teen Leadership Development
"These classes are more of an experience than a class."
 - Jordan J.  (single mother of two teens)
"I have never seen anyone reach teens like Deputy Williams. He has mastered the art."  - Dr Cole B., MD
Our Teen Advocacy Program, Neural Activity, is HERE! Our Teen Mentors just finished the Winter Workshop...learn more at www.neuralactivity.org
Contact Us
To book a class, assembly, training...or for more information on our programs!
Thank you, NEW JERSEY! More than 10,000 New Jersey students have attended our classes and assemblies since October 2013!! Wow!!
Classes, Assemblies, Workshops, and Academies
Safe Kids America offers a variety of outreach programs that are designed to meet the specific needs of your community. 
Our Middle School and High School Assemblies are dynamic, impactful, and leave the students with a solid drug prevention message!
Our Classes for students, parents and educators teach the principles of drugs and the adolescent brain. Parental classes give parents and educators the tools to talk intelligently with their teens about the dangers of drugs.
Our Workshops and Academies for parents, educators, law enforcement, medical staff, and prevention professionals take a closer look at what individual drugs do to the adolescent brain. Workshops give participants the tools to recognize the signs of drug use and start the drug recognition series. 
Safe Kids America - Neural Activity Winter Retreat

Grand Mesa, Mesa County, Colorado
CHECK OUT A FEW PICS OF OUR TEEN MENTORS IN TRAINING
(AT WORK AND PLAY)
GRAND MESA, MESA COUNTY, COLORADO

FREE Community Education Event-Teens and Marijuana
Part 3 
(sponsored by the Mesa County Sheriff's Office and 
Crime Stoppers of Mesa County)

Grand Junction, CO
May 26th @ 6:30pm
​Class Size Limited to 100 due to seating space
Mesa County Central Library
443 N 6th St

Please email us at info@safekidsamerica.org to RSVP or to schedule a class in your community.
The Parental Reference Guide is a series of publications for parents, teachers, law enforcement, or anyone that works with teens and pre-teens. They offer real-time information on threats that our teens face, from drugs to internet threats. Look for release dates throughout 2014!
**also available Kindle e-Book soon!