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100 Good Drug Prevention Campaign Slogans

In present times, the leading cause of death has been from overdose and abuse of prescription drugs. The most abused drug classes are narcotic pain killers, central nervous system depressants, and stimulants. An average of 6600 people a day start the use of non-medical use prescription drugs. To combat the abuse of drugs, the following series of drug prevention slogans have become popularized around the United States to raise awareness of drug abuse.

A healthy me is drug free.
Above the Influence.
Angel dust is a disgust.
Avoid a tragic death, stay away from crystal meth.
Be a chooser, not a loser.
Be brighter, put down the lighter.
Be fly, don’t get high.
Blunts are bad.
Coke is no joke.
Come with me and be drug free.
Crack is whack.
D.E.A.D – Drugs End All Dreams.
Delete drugs or they will delete you from this world.
Do a good deed and kill the weed.
Do a good deed. Drop the weed.
Do dope, lose hope.
Do drugs control your life?
Do math, not meth.
Don’t be a clown, drugs will keep you down.
Don’t get high. Reach for the sky.
Don’t meth around.
Don’t pass the glass.
Don’t snort your life away.
Don’t start, keep a healthy heart.
Drug abuse. No excuse.
Drug addiction is not fiction.
Drug free is the key.
Drug free is the way to be.
Drugs are a grave mistake.
Drugs are a hole that ruins the soul.
Drugs are so yesterday.
Drugs are whack to watch your back.
Drugs aren’t cool, they make you act like a fool.
Drugs cost you more than just money.
Drugs drag you down.
Drugs hurt, be alert.
Drugs makes a strong person into a weak link.
Drugs, you use you lose.
Drugs: Choose not to use.
Drugs: Will you let it get in the way of your dreams?
Get high on life, not on drugs.
Give hugs, not drugs.
Hand in hand, we stand against drugs.
Hang tough, don’t puff.
Heroes stand up against drugs.
Hugs not drugs.
I rather eat bugs than do drugs.
I simply choose not to use.
I will not be influenced.
If you aren’t drug free you can’t hang with me.
If you do cocaine, you’ll go insane.
I’m too smart to start.
It is easier to stay off drugs than to get off drugs.
Its not what its CRACKed up to be.
Just say no.
Just trash the stash.
Keep off the Grass!
Let’s make a difference, don’t get drug addiction.
Life can take you higher than drugs.
Life does not rewind, say no to drugs.
Life is like a game board, don’t make the wrong turn.
Life Yes. Drugs No!
Love saves lives. Drugs takes lives.
Mary Jane ruins the brain.
Meth. not even once.
Meth: The Equal Opportunity Destroyer.
No drug user grows old; because they die young.
No need for weed.
On Dope. No Hope.
Parents. The anti drug.
PCP is bad for me.
Proud to be drug free.
Pull the plug on drugs.
Put that stash in the trash.
Reach for the stars, not for drugs.
Say No to drugs.
Say nope to dope.
Shoot for the stars, not your arms.
Slam dunk, drugs are junk.
Smoking pot will make your brain rot.
So there’s no intervention, start with prevention.
Sports, not snorts.
Start clean. Stay clean. Be healthy.
Stay drug free and be the best you could be.
Stop the madness.
Stop while you still can.
The best me is drug free.
The more you use, the less you live.
There is no excuse for drug abuse.
There is no need to smoke that weed.
Think before you start.
Too smart to start.
Users are losers and losers are users.
Wasted, so is your life.
We’re happy because we’re drug free. It’s the only way to be.
What’s your anti-drug.
When you huff and puff, you will blow your life away.
You don’t need heroin to be a hero.
You future will zap if you fall into the drug trap.
You’re not you when you’re high.

The following infographic outlines the statistics and facts of prescription drug abuse. The largest group of Americans overdosing on prescription drugs are between the ages of 35 and 44. An average of 40 people a day die from overdose.

Prescription Drug Abuse Statistics

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