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Frequently Asked Questions

Employers and HR managers in companies, businesses, and organizations enforce drug-free policies in the workplace.

Schools, universities, and educational institutions promote a drug-free environment for students.

Government agencies and non-profit organizations working to educate the public on the dangers of substance abuse.

Healthcare facilities, clinics, and rehabilitation centers for patient education and support.

Sports teams and athletic organizations promote healthy lifestyle choices and drug-free competition.

Community groups and local organizations to spread awareness and encourage drug-free communities.

Individuals and families seeking to educate themselves and others on the importance of drug-free living.

Drug-free posters serve as visual reminders and educational tools to promote a drug-free lifestyle and raise awareness about the dangers and consequences of substance abuse

18 x 24

24 x 36

27 x 40

11 x 17

The most popular pixel size is 650x800 since it is easy to print.

A clear and concise message promoting a drug-free lifestyle.

Statistics and facts on the dangers and consequences of substance abuse.

The benefits of a drug-free lifestyle, such as improved health, increased productivity, and reduced risk of addiction.

Information on resources and support available for those struggling with substance abuse.

An image or graphics that clearly communicates the message and captures the attention of viewers.

Contact information for relevant organizations, hotlines, and support groups.

A positive and encouraging tone empowers individuals to make positive choices and overcome addiction.

Workplaces and offices, including break rooms, restrooms, and common areas.

Schools and universities, including classrooms, hallways, and student lounges.

Healthcare facilities, such as hospitals, clinics, and rehabilitation centers.

Sports facilities, including locker rooms, weight rooms, and training areas.

Community centers, libraries, and local government buildings.

Public transportation stations, such as bus stops and subway stations.

Youth centers, community groups, and non-profit organizations.

Retail stores, supermarkets, and public spaces where individuals may gather.

Online platforms, such as social media, websites, and digital bulletin boards.

Any other location where individuals are likely to see the poster and be impacted by the message.

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