Drug Free Long Island Board would like to thank our community for all the support throughout our 9 years!
It is through the support of TOB Supervisor Joseph Saladino, Councilman Joe Pinto, Senator John Brooks, Legislator James Kennedy, Legislator Rose Walker, Legislator Laura Schaeffer, Legislator Spencer, Legislator Josh Lafarzan, Assemblywoman Michael LiPetri, and TOH Supervisor Chad Lupinacci that our organization was able to work with our communities - they have always supported us and we are truly blessed to have their support.
To advance through public awareness, education, empowerment and advocacy the transformation of Long Island into DRUG FREE environments for the general safety, health and welfare of our children and all the members of our communities.
Join students from 12 years old to grade 12 to get involved in community service projects, help Drug Free Long Island run events to build awareness and educate children and their parents to help reduce the drug epidemic in Long Island.
- RSVP ClosedThu, Feb 13St. Joseph Hospital—St Lukes Staff Room
- RSVP ClosedWed, Aug 21Port Washington LibraryAug 21, 2019, 7:00 PMPort Washington Library, Library Dr, Port Washington, NY 11050, USADon’t Miss This Potentially Life-Saving Seminar Series. The mission of Project HELP (Health, Education & Life Programs) is to provide people, particularly parents of teens, with knowledge about how addiction works and how it can be combatted or, optimally, avoided altogether.