Army Substance Abuse Program
The goal of the You Only Live Once Be Drug Free Red Ribbon Week Campaign is to present a unified and visible commitment to take a stand against drugs.
This comprehensive national objective is the catalyst to mobilize the White Sands Missile Range military community into action by establishing community networks to be aware of ways to keep children, families and communities safe, healthy and drug-free, through parent training, networking, and supporting the Red Ribbon Week Campaign.
WSMR held the Walk-a-Mile in Their Shoes campaign Oct. 13 at the school track. Army Substance Abuse Program gave out sports bottle and stress balls.
Oct. 21: WSMR “Drugs Stink” Rotten Sneaker Contest and Fall Festival. ASAP will hand out free give-aways at the White Sands School gym.
Oct. 22: Child Development Center Red Ribbon Natural High YOLO.
Oct. 22: Las Cruces National Prescription Take Back Day.
Oct. 23: El Paso Spice is Not Nice Zombie Run.
Oct. 25: WSMR Middle School Red Ribbon Week Natural High YOLO.
Oct. 26: Bell Gym Zombie Run with ASAP sports bottle/ stress ball give-away.
Oct. 27: PDC Resiliency Fair.
Display Red Ribbons as a symbol of intolerance towards the use of drugs. Our mission is to present a unified and visible commitment towards the creation of a DRUG-FREE AMERICA.
This year the White Sands Missile Range military community will support the YOLO Be Drug Free Red Ribbon Week Campaign with great fervor by planning these community activities to reinforce the goal of a drug free lifestyle.
The best part of the YOLO Be Drug Free Red Ribbon Week Campaign is that it doesn’t have to end. We must work together to build coalitions in our communities not just at White Sands Missile Range.
For information on how to make the most out of the YOLO Be Drug Free Red Ribbon Week Campaign, contact Theresa Martinez at (57) 678-1957.