"Follow Your Dream & Stay Clean!"
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|Drug Demand Reduction Excellence Activity Guide |
36 activities combining aviation and a drug-free message
|FY11 Report |
Drug Demand Reduction program annual report to the Surgeon General
|National Character Day |
Wing-level event with guest speaker and hands-on challenge activity
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|LET'S GO FLYING |
Learn what it takes to become an aviation professional
|Red Ribbon Leadership Academy |
Workshop led by high school-aged
cadet NCOs and officers
|FIT FOR FLYING |
Maintain your airworthiness skills with good health and a clean, drug-free lifestyle
NEW CAP Regulation 52-22 Drug Demand Reduction Program
The DDR regulation has received a total overhaul. Download the new regulation in full, and/or view a presentation on the major changes and current status of DDR funding.
The Civil Air Patrol Drug Demand Reduction Program assists units at all levels to instill an aggressive, positive, drug-free attitude in CAP members, Air Force families, DoD civilians and school-age children through a comprehensive program that:
• Promotes CAP as a positive community service lifestyle.
• Encourages youth to remain in school.
• Focuses on drug abuse awareness, education and prevention.
• Provides positive activities as an alternative to drugs and gang violence.
In the context of the Cadet Program, the CAP DDR program's vision is: "CAP cadets -- applying their leadership skills by serving as ambassadors of the drug-free ethic."
In the context of senior member activities, the CAP DDR program's vision is: "CAP senior members -- ready to perform Missions for America, unimpeded by substance abuse."
Units Eligible for Air Force Surgeon General resources in support of DDR programs:
Roster of "75-mile rule" units
If you believe your unit is located within 75 miles of an installation but is not listed on this roster, please ask your Wing DCP or DDRO to contact us.
CAP National DDR Team:
DDR Program Manager & Character Education Specialist
DDR Program Assistant
Lt Col Jett Mayhew, CAP
National DDR Officer
Lt Col Mayhew has volunteered to serve as your primary point of contact until the two vacancies above are filled.
Deputy Director for Cadet Programs