The campaign section is designed to assist commands with promoting, marketing and educating Sailors on strategies for substance abuse prevention. NADAP provides a variety of campaigns intended to promote substance abuse awareness. To make it easy, the majority of campaign materials are now available through the Navy Logistics Library (NLL) at no cost to all Navy commands. Navy Logistics Library
NEW Prescription for Discharge
The campaign seeks to educate Sailor and their families on the safe and proper use of prescription drugs.
Keep What You've Earned
The campaign seeks to encourage responsible drinking among Sailors by celebrating the achievements in their Navy careers.
The Domino Strategy on How to Drink Responsibly
A social marketing campaign that encourages Sailors to pay attention to the size, content and amount of alcohol they consume each time they drink.
Who Will Stand Your Watch?
A substance abuse prevention campaign designed to educate Sailors of the negative impact substance abuse can have on a Sailor's family, shipmates, and career.
That Guy is a multi-media campaign that uses online and offline communication with the goal of reducing excessive drinking among young Sailors.
Presented by Stay Alive from Education (S.A.F.E.). The Street Smart program takes the audience into the real-life drama experienced by firefighter/paramedics as they work to save the lives of individuals who have made poor choices when it comes to drinking or using drugs and the non-compliance of seat belts. A team of two state-certified paramedics walks students through what happens at a trauma scene using the medical equipment they employ daily in their jobs.
To request a Street Smart presentation at your command, visit here.
National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA)
Provides free educational pamphlets and brochures. Order here.
You Can Quit Too
Quit Tobacco—Make Everyone Proud is an educational campaign for the U.S. military, sponsored by the U.S. Department of Defense. The award-winning Web site provides the opportunity to learn more about tobacco cessation, develop a personalized plan for quitting, create a personal or public blog, and communicate privately with a live help feature.
Red Ribbon Week