The Dr. Oz Show Organizes a National Night Of Conversation (NNOC)

NCPIE is participating in a National Night of Conversation (NNOC) as a Supporting Organization, see last page of the Night of Conversation Discussion Guide. Additionally, as noted below, several NCPIE educational resources (including several programs developed with the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) are featured in the Resources Section on Dr. Oz’s website for the National Night of Conversation. •Teen Influencer Program (Maximizing Your Role as a Teen Influencer: What You Can Do to Help Prevent Prescription Drug Abuse). •Recovery Opens Doors (web platform for young adults); •Talking to Your Kids About Prescription Drug Abuse: Not Worth the Risk(brochure) •Prescription Drugs: They Can Help But Also Hurt: Not Worth the Risk (brochure) •You're in Control: Using Prescription Medicine Responsibly: Not Worth the Risk (for College Students) (brochure) About the National Night of Conversation (NNOC) In an effort to address the national problem of addiction, The Dr. Oz Show is organizing a National Night Of Conversation (NNOC) on November 19 to encourage every family in the country to sit down to dinner and talk to their children about drugs and to have an open and honest discourse about addiction. The NNOC is being conducted in partnership with Facing Addiction and Drugs Over Dinner and their many affiliated organizations.