Your Support Helps Families in Crisis
Your donation will help provide families with the tools they need to take effective action for their child’s substance use and addiction.
A monthly gift does even more to support families in crisis
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$15 allows the Helpline staff to connect with seven parents seeking support for their loved one
$30 provides one-on-one substance use coaching for a group of parents in need over six weeks
$45 trains 40 local substance use professionals to deliver community education
$25 trains one local substance use professional to deliver community education
$50 provides over an hour of one-on-one parent coaching for a parent needing assistance
$100 allows the Helpline to connect with four parents seeking support
$225 gives a parent substance use coaching and support over six weeks
$1,000 allows our Helpline staff to connect with 40 parents seeking support
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To donate via check, please mail it to us at:
Partnership for Drug-Free Kids
352 Park Avenue South
New York, NY 10010
Attention: Development Department
Partnership for Drug-Free Kids and Center on Addiction, formerly known as The National Center on Addiction and Substance Use (CASA), two long-standing and far-reaching organizations working on the issues of substance use and addiction, have filed a request with the New York State Office of the Attorney General for approval of a merger of the two organizations. We have proposed an effective date of January 1, 2019 and are hoping to receive approval soon.
Learn more about the intended merger and the opportunity it would bring to leverage our work on a larger scale, enabling your generous donation to empower even more families and change the lives of a generation of young people.