Clubs Against Drugs Campaign

Clubs Against Drugs Campaign

The Clubs Against Drugs (CAD) Campaign was first launched in 2000 by the National Council Against Drug Abuse (NCADA) to address the possible issue of drug abuse in night entertainment outlets. Over the years, NCADA has forged a partnership with club operators to promote the anti-drug message to club patrons and to raise awareness of the dangers of drugs and the harsh penalties that come along with drug abuse and trafficking. Participating club and restaurant operators are offered tailored anti-drug talks to equip them with the skills to identify drug abusers on their premises. In 2015, ground outreach activities are organised to reach out to the patrons of clubs, pubs and restaurants to remind them on the importance of partying in a drug-free environment.