The National Council for the Prevention of Drug Abuse is a program designed to bring forth information and awareness of drug abuse and gang activity that has invaded our school population.
The NCPDA was founded in 1969 by Rev. Devore Walterman, Executive Director of
Teen Challenge, San Francisco along with his assistant Rev. Larry
Moore. The staff members are well accepted by the students and faculty
because of their knowledge and former lifestyles.
The council has reached approximately a million students per year in the United States. The program expanded to all branches of the military worldwide.
Dr. Larry Moore
Coming from a life filled with drugs and crime Dr. Moore has experienced that
which he speaks and teaches about. After a life changing experience with
the power of God he and his wife got saved, cleaned everything out of their home
and began to walk with and live for God.
On January 21, 2006 Dr. Moore was appointed to the office of Evangelism Training Consultant for the Church of God in Christ in the Republic of Trinidad & Tobago, where he ministers annually.
Dr. Moore speaks in public and private schools, churches, and youth groups across the nation and around the world. He is a powerful and effective communicator and travels throughout the world preaching and teaching Gods plan of salvation.
The program goals for the NCPDA are as follows: to teach students how to make better choices based on NCPDA testimonies to develop an open dialogue for relevant teen issues such as cigarettes, alcohol, drugs, gangs, etc. to give students real life consequences of drug and alcohol abuse to encourage students to ask questions and improve the rapport between students and school staff and administration
NATIONAL COUNCIL FOR
THE PREVENTION OF DRUG ABUSE
For more information regarding the NCPDA or to contact a representative at:
P.O. Box 30280
Memphis, TN 38130