Idaho Meth Project, Inc.
The Idaho Meth Project is a large-scale, statewide prevention program aimed at significantly reducing first-time Meth use through public service messaging, education and community outreach initiatives. The program is part of The Partnership for Drug-free Kids, a national organization that oversees individual state programs currently running in Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Georgia, Montana and Wyoming. At the core of the Meth Project’s efforts is research-validated, nationally recognized, high-impact advertising that graphically communicates the risks of Meth use to Idaho’s most meth-vulnerable population: teens ages 12-17.
The Project also organizes and participates in a broad range of community action programs that mobilize communities to assist in Meth awareness, prevention and education activities. The community action initiatives strive to educate teens on the consequences of Meth use, increase the awareness of the critical nature of the Meth problem, and increase public dialogue to find solutions. For more information, visit www.IdahoMethProject.org.