Youth Programs

Youth Dance Program

The Foundation delivers the DEA Youth Dance Program which is a free afterschool alternative to drugs through the fun, healthy, and expressive art form of dance.  Local professional dance companies conduct two ten-week sessions of dance instruction for students free of charge. The instructors work with the local DEA Field Division to bring additional anti-drug programs to their students.

Youth Baseball Program

We have quite a bit of information on this program and we could just include the entire attached document. We can add the new/real logo when we have it and pictures as they start to come in. If you think too much under a tab, we could also just do a summary. Let me know what you think.

Youth Martial Arts

The DEA EF Youth Martial Arts Program is in its first year pilot phase initiated in 2019 in partnership with DEA's 360 Strategy in Los Angeles and in 2020 in partnership with the DEA 360 Strategy in Cleveland. The YMAP has been developed to bring kids a positive and healthy alternative to drug abuse in after-school hours through the fun activity of Martial Arts.

 

The 360 Strategy is designed to be a holistic approach to combat the heroin and pharmaceutical opioid epidemic, as well as accompanying violence.    

Youth Soccer Program

The DEA Youth Soccer Program will pilot in 2020 in partnership with DEA's 360 Strategy in Las Vegas. 

 

The 360 Strategy is designed to be a holistic approach to combat the heroin and pharmaceutical opioid epidemic, as well as accompanying violence.    

Youth Can Fly!

DEA: Youth Can Fly! is the first aviation themed, drug prevention program in the United States. We combine much needed S.T.E.M. curriculum with our anti-drug message.

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Washington, DC United States 20006

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