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National Families in Action
National Families in Action is a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization that was founded in Atlanta, Georgia in 1977. The organization obtained the nation’s first state laws banning the sale of drug paraphernalia. It led a national effort to help parents replicate Georgia’s laws in other states to prevent the marketing of drugs and drug use to children and helped them form parent groups to protect children’s health.
During the 1980s, Sue Rusche, the organization’s director, wrote a twice-weekly column on drug abuse that was syndicated by King Features to some 100 newspapers across the nation.
Throughout the 1980s and 1990s, National Families in Action published Drug Abuse Update, a quarterly publication that highlighted scientific research about alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs, their impact on the brain and body, and the work done by all segments of society to reduce drug use, abuse, addiction, and other high-risk behaviors.