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IGA Cares: Partnership for Drug-Free Kids

Better Choices for you and your family begin with awareness—awareness of opportunities  for overall well-being, yes, but also of the “hard to talk about” issues that can derail a healthy and happy lifestyle. Substance use is one of those issues facing our nation fueled by the opioid epidemic.

Drugs now kill more people than car accidents. And with 90 percent of addiction starting in the teen years, families just like yours are locked in a daily struggle with their son or daughter’s substance use.

That’s why IGA is joining forces with Partnership for Drug-Free Kids to provide answers and resources to help families struggling with substance use in your community and across the nation.

IGA Cares: Why are we involved?

Why Are We Involved?

Substance use impacts families and communities all across America, and we want to do our part to help.

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Who’s the Partnership?

The Partnership for Drug-Free Kids was founded in 1986 and is a national nonprofit organization committed to helping families struggling with their son or daughter’s substance use.

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Donate Now

Donate to Partnership for Drug-Free Kids to help the organization engage, educate and connect with even more parents and families.

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Get Help

Get Help

The Partnership offers both online resources and direct services and support for free to families in need. Find out how you can get help for your family.

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Get Involved

Want to do your part to help families struggling with substance use and end our nation’s opioid epidemic? From purchasing specially marked IGA Exclusive Brand products to participating in in-store events, there are plenty of ways you can make a difference during the IGA Cares Partnership for Drug-Free Kids campaign.

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Share Your Story or Hear from Others

Stories unite those touched by addiction—and build understanding among those who want to help. Read ‘Stories of Hope’ from families who found help, or share your own personal story.

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All statistics sourced from Partnership for Drug-Free Kids. Visit www.drugfree.org for more information.