• PARTNERSHIP.
    PARTNERSHIP.

    NCPRS is pleased to announce our exclusive partnership with Tire Pros, a retail franchise division of American Tire Distributors, to conduct a poster and slogan contest to help keep kids drug free.

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  • PASSION.
    PASSION.

    Stay on Track is alive, well, and expanding in 2013.Following a successful six-year partnership with the National Guard, NCPRS...

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  • CRAFTSMANSHIP.
    CRAFTSMANSHIP.

    Are you in college and need your projects printed, and can’t pay $100 for 20 full-color copies? We can help. Need a full-bleed solution for your poster, but the person at that chain copy shop doesn’t know what you’re talking about? ...

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  • As a leader in the field of substance abuse prevention, NCPRS currently focuses on two programs: Stay on Track and the RAD Racing Team. During the past 24 years, NCRPS has developed dozens of programs covering topics including car jacking, youth crime prevention, fire safety, substance abuse prevention, and others.

    Take a look around – there is much to see! We look forward to assisting you in helping your youth!

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Amanda Mason, RAD Advocate

“I had a blast in NH at Monadnock Speedways working at the RAD Racing event with Angela. Angela is an amazing woman—she and her family were so kind to me. Angela has amazing passion for RAD. It’s so inspiring to see her in action. I was so excited to have so many opportunities to talk to sponsors, kids, teens, parents, grandparents, families, and even the local radio station, about how effective the RAD program is. I was so excited to help Fuel a Drug Free Future in NH by sharing my drug free message with people by giving out CDs and over a hundred autograph cards. It was a fun event, where we reached many people in the community.” 



RAD Advocate Amanda Mason

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