SAMHSA's Prevention Day Webcast

Thank You for Tuning into SAMHSA's Prevention Day

February 6, 2017

SAMHSA’s 13th annual Prevention Day has concluded.

Sign up to receive the latest information about National Prevention Week 2017 by emailing Elizabeth.Bell@icf.com.

Visit www.samhsa.gov/prevention-week for an archive of the Prevention Day Closing Plenary webcast.


Led by Washington, DC area youth, the Prevention Day closing plenary will be a lively conclusion to SAMHSA’s 13th Prevention Day and kick-off planning and participation in SAMHSA’s National Prevention Week 2017 to take place May 14 – 20, 2017.  Hosted by Daniel Schwartz from The George Washington University’s Students for Recovery and Taylor Evans from Howard University, the closing plenary will feature live improv performances by FoolProof, an improvisational theatre troupe made up of drug-free, alcohol-free and tobacco-free youth from Carroll County, MD, and highlight the new resources, activities and interactive challenge available for planning your community National Prevention Week activities.

Brief Afternoon Agenda:

4:15 PM EST The Power of Prevention: Strengthening Community Voices
TAYLOR EVANS Howard University
DANIEL SCHWARTZ The George Washington University Students for Recovery

4:20 PM EST Getting Involved in National Prevention Week 2017
TAYLOR EVANS AND DANIEL SCHWARTZ

4:30 PM EST Youth Improvisational Theatre Performance
FOOLPROOF

4:35 PM EST National Prevention Week Challenge Announcement
TAYLOR EVANS, DANIEL SCHWARTZ, AND FOOLPROOF

SAMHSA's Prevention Day Webcast