Tricia Stouch’s Story: “NOPE Is, For Me, Life Saving”
A Pennsylvania mother finds friendship and comfort in NOPE Task Force after losing her daughter to a drug overdose.
“Tears of Sadness” Led Mom To Action
One of our school presenters Susan Korabek tells young people that wrong choices about drugs can have fatal consequences. Her 17-year-old son learned that after experimenting with drugs and dying of an overdose.
NOPE Sunset on the Serengeti Benefit
The NOPE Sunset on the Serengeti Benefit is a fundraiser to support the mission of NOPE Task Force.
A Mother’s Pain Inspires Young People To Stay Clear of Drugs
A NOPE Task Force presenter explains how she came to volunteer for NOPE, and how her talks changed her life and made young people and their parents think twice about using drugs.
Kristen Perry- NOPE CBS News 12 Extraordinary People
CBS12's Extraordinary People: NOPE volunteer helps community honor those lost to or suffering from addiction Story By: Michele Wright, CBS 12 News Anchor
Stopping Marijuana Legalization in Florida
Marijuana supporters are trying to legalize the drug in Florida once again. Three constitutional amendment efforts are under way in the Sunshine State.
Dangerous New Drug “Flakka” Attracting Young People
NOPE Task Force interviews a leading epidemiologist about the spread of the drug in Florida and elsewhere, and what parents can do to keep their teenagers away from experimenting with “flakka.”
Overdose Death Prevention Act – “Richie’s Law” Will Save Lives
We support the passage of this bill in Florida to require specific rules be followed by an emergency care practitioner whose patient suffers a non-fatal unintentional overdose. That could prevent patients from suffering or dying from overdoses in the futu