Caring for the Young Victims of Our Nation's Opioid Crisis

Early care and education programs can support young children affected by parental substance abuse

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Five organizations of powerful leaders preparing the next generation to be well-educated, physically fit, and prepared for productive lives

  1. Fight Crime: Invest in Kids
  2. Mission: Readiness
  3. ReadyNation
  4. Champions for America's Future
  5. Shepherding the Next Generation
  1. Thousands of police chiefs, sheriffs, prosecutors, and violence survivors protecting public safety by promoting solutions that steer kids away from crime

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  2. Retired admirals and generals strengthening national security by ensuring kids stay in school, stay fit, and stay out of trouble

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  3. Business executives building a skilled workforce by promoting solutions that prepare children to succeed in education, work, and life

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  4. Athletes and coaches promoting policy solutions for at-risk kids to compete in life

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  5. Evangelical pastors and ministry leaders calling for biblically-based and effective approaches to strengthen families and communities

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July 17, 2018

Congressional Briefing: Supporting Opioids Young Victims

At a congressional briefing, Toyota Manufacturing President Leah Curry and Police Chief Ted Smith describe the opioid crisis’ impact on long term public safety and the future workforce.

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Investing in children and youth is the social, moral and economic imperative of our time.

John Pepper, Former CEO & Chairman of P&G, Former Chairman of Walt Disney Company

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