Red Ribbon Week


Photo by Alyx Chandler.

A quick drive around Homewood neighborhoods in October and November will reveal a multitude of Red Ribbon Week signs, all stating the same promise: to be drug-free. Read more



Photo courtesy of Safe & Healthy Homewood Coalition.

Red Ribbon Week is the nation’s largest and oldest drug prevention campaign, reaching more than 80 million people each year throughout the U.S. Read more


Each year, Homewood students celebrate Red Ribbon Week with drug awareness activities and lessons. Read more


The Pride Survey is a national study showing students' use of and attitude toward tobacco, alcohol and other substances. Read more


Red Ribbon Week

Photo courtesy of Carissa Anthony.

Red ribbons will be placed on lampposts throughout the Homewood during the week of Oct. 26. The Safe & Healthy Homewood Coalition and Homewood City Schools campaign seeks to spread awareness about the dangers of teen drug use. Read more


During Red Ribbon Week in October, schools stressed the prevention of substance abuse. Read more


This year the Safe & Healthy Homewood coalition is partnering with businesses, city government and the Homewood Police Department to spread awareness about the dangers of teen drug use. Read more


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