Dear Law Enforcement Executive,
We are proud to report the L.E.A.D. approved Curricula for our evidence based, IN THE CLASSROOM Platform has received another Registry endorsement. The Memdez Foundation’s 6th grade Too Good For Drugs curricula, utilized by L.E.A.D., has been added to the California Evidence Based Clearinghouse for Child Welfare. Here is the link, https://www.cebc4cw.org/program/too-good-for-drugs-tgfd/
L.E.A.D. continues to offer the only 10-week, evidence-based, tested and proven effective, K-12 Alcohol, Tobacco, Other Drugs (ATOD), curriculum delivered by law enforcement and teachers in the United States.
Here are additional links to our evidence page and academic alignment for each state of the United States.
L.E.A.D. remains the most rapidly growing drug and violence prevention program in the United States, with over 2,000 certified instructors (police officers and teachers) in 28 states.
Each evidence based L.E.A.D. authorized curricula includes, age appropriate, tested and proven effective information on cannabis, opioids, prescription drugs, Over the Counter drugs and the increasing utilization of Electronic Devices (Vaping).
L.E.A.D. offers over 20 evidence based curricula in Drug and Violence Prevention., each individualized to insure school districts can decide which curricula, and at which grade level, is most appropriate for their community.
We are committed to reinforcing the mutual respect, goodwill and relations between law enforcement and their communities. More L.E.A.D. information can be found at www.leadrugs.org or if you would like to discuss scheduling a training please call us directly at (609) 259 – 2500. You can also email us at email@example.com