Speakers Bureau

The Dallas Area Drug Prevention Partnership Speakers Bureau represents a collaborative effort between multiple organizations throughout the metroplex, giving us the ability to better accommodate requests from our community. DADPP, along with our various partners, are equipped to handle requests from schools, colleges, sports organizations, companies, non-profits, parents, professional organizations and more.

Our network represents a wide range of knowledge and information to suit any request you may have. Our Speakers Bureau gives the community access to speakers from organizations such as The Council on Alcohol & Drugs, Dallas Police Department, Drug Enforcement Administration, Baylor Scott & White Project RED, Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD), Mosaic Family Services, Tobacco Free North Texas, Child & Family Guidance Center, Youth 180, and many others. If DADPP is unable to fulfill your request, we are dedicated to finding someone who can. To see a full list of our partners, CLICK HERE.

Please review the list of presentation topics available below. If you would like to discuss a topic that you do not see listed, or to move forward with scheduling a presentation, please contact Becky Tinney at 214.522.8600 ext. 228. We ask that you provide at least 3 weeks’ notice from your perspective date. Also, please note that during our busy seasons (such as October, due to Red Ribbon Week), our availability will be limited. Presentation requests are accommodated on a first come, first served basis.

Presentation Topics for Youth:

  • Gateway Drugs
  • General Drug and Alcohol Education
  • Healthy Decision Making
  • Red Ribbon Week
  • Myths & Facts
  • Social Norms
  • Effects of Addiction
  • Current Drug Trends

Presentation Topics for Adults:

  • How To Talk To Your Child/Teen About Drugs
  • Current Drug Trends
  • General Drug and Alochol Education
  • Risk & Protective Factors
  • Family Dynamics
  • Intervention and Treatment Options

Learn how you can help

Join us in the fight against drug use among young people in Dallas!

Contact Coalition Coordinator Elizabeth Kaiser to learn how.