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The book, Street-wise Drug Prevention, by Guillermo D Jalil, is irrevocably released to the public domain. Copyright is hereby released for the benefit of others, without compensation. Please give credit as a courtesy. Nothing is expected in return.
In May 1998,
anti-drug advocate Guillermo D. Jalil, M.S., embarked on a 900 mile
journey from Orlando, FL, to Virginia Beach, VA, to educate the general
public about the effects and problems of addiction among our youth. He
was assisted by video professionals Javier Diaz and Ricardo Flores.
During his adventure, Jalil faced many challenges, including being
sideswiped by a minivan in Savannah, GA. As he rode through six states
in twelve days, he encountered the chase of nineteen dogs and was
startled by a crocodile in South Carolina who wanted a snack in his
bicycle pack ;).
The tour was
captured on digital video and is now available to schools, police
officers and parent groups. During the biking tour, Jalil teamed up
with the international anti-violence organization "Stop the
Violence-Face the Music" to educate parents on how to talk to their
children about drugs.
Read the trip journal here.
In May 1998, anti-drug advocate Guillermo D. Jalil, M.S., embarked on a 900 mile journey from Orlando, FL, to Virginia Beach, VA, to educate the general public about the effects and problems of addiction among our youth. He was assisted by video professionals Javier Diaz and Ricardo Flores. During his adventure, Jalil faced many challenges, including being sideswiped by a minivan in Savannah, GA. As he rode through six states in twelve days, he encountered the chase of nineteen dogs and was startled by a crocodile in South Carolina who wanted a snack in his bicycle pack ;).
The tour was captured on digital video and is now available to schools, police officers and parent groups. During the biking tour, Jalil teamed up with the international anti-violence organization "Stop the Violence-Face the Music" to educate parents on how to talk to their children about drugs. Read the trip journal here. Black BeltTimes.
Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Last Section
THE VIDEO: HIV & DRUGS
|AN INTERVIEW WITH DIANNA PAGAN: HIV|
|PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENTS|
|USING A GUN: THINK YOU GOT IT ALL FIGURED OUT?|
|DRUGS: PLAIN & SIMPLE|
|"DON'T CARE ABOUT ANYTHING"|
|ADVICE FOR PARENTS|
|MARIJUANA: TALK ABOUT DRUG PREVENTION|
|REALITY RAP: PEOPLE, PLACES AND THINGS|
|Mothers Against Methamphetamine||FACES OF METH, BEFORE AND AFTER MUG SHOTS|
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The producer of the above media is Guillermo D. Jalil, M.S.. He's a volunteer youth counselor, entrepreneur and former Juvenile Probation Officer. Guillermo traveled 900 miles on a bicycle, from Orlando to Virginia Beach, on a Drug Prevention campaign in 1999, supported by community groups and law enforcement. He produced a video and wrote a book titled, "Street-wise Drug Prevention."
He was assisted by Javier Diaz and Ricardo Flores in the production and post-production of the above media. We give thanks to local law enforcement and community groups for their assistance.
Special thanks to the Reading Police Department, Berks County Prison, Manos, Berks Advocates Against Violence, Berks Aids Network, the Caron Foundation, Tom Reese & Associates, and others who prefer to remain nameless.
Youth Fellowship & Rescue and Guillermo D Jalil releases all copyrights, and all reserved rights, to the above works. The above may be used by anyone for any reason in the prevention or intervention of adolescent drug abuse. Please give credit to Nodrugs.com.
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Street-wise Drug Prevention is a book used by medical schools, police departments, federal agencies, schools, churches, and youth programs.
BLUE DELTA INVESTIGATIONS, LLC, a private investigation agency in Cody, Wyoming, provides the economic sponsorship for this website. Also supported by Michael Joseph, NOWPI.COM, a Private Investigator in California.
Contact: Guillermo D Jalil, Peter Lopez and Franklin Alicea, Youth Fellowship & Rescue, 484.256.4563.
Support and design by Peter Lopez, Reading, PA. Peter Lopez uses music and computers to motivate youth to do the right thing. Peter is a leader among his brothers, his community and his peers. His laid back style and unconditional acceptance of others is an example of how we should all be our brother's keeper. Peter overcame many obstacles in life and has persevered with a strong sense of self. His amazing use of music and computers makes him a pioneer in his own right. Peter won the City of Reading Ambassador of Peace in 2001 and 2002. He lives in Reading, PA.
Peter is the Webmaster for NODRUGS.COM. He was with us since 1998; off and on. Peter's interest in computers and music was a positive and healthy escape from the streets.
Brian Kampsky, an US Air Force Veteran, sponsors and aids in the design of the website. Brian Kampsky is a veteran of the First Gulf War and a member of the American Legion and the VFW. Brian is active in his community in aiding US veterans. Brian Kampsky loves his country and his fellow man. He works with the Secret Santa program and the Knights of Columbus in Shenandoah, PA.
Sponsored by Blue Delta Investigations, LLC of Cody, Wyoming.
STREET-WISE DRUG PREVENTION IN THE NEWS & ONLINE:
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SPONSORS OF THE VIDEO
Electronic Connection, Reading
Action Communications, Reading, PA
Tom Reese & Associates, Reading, PA
RSR Graphics, Reading, PA
Tom Reese & Associates, Reading,PA
David Michael Photography, Reading
Lebo's Pedal Parlor, Reading, PA
Bruce Schaffer, Independent Trainer, Speaker & Therapist
Drug Identification Bible
Aikido Tenshinkai of Florida, Orlando, FL
Powerhouse Gymnastics, Holly Hill, FL
TaeKwonDo Plus, Jacksonville, Fl
Halverson Karate Academy, Brunswick, GA
Walterboro Karate & Defense Arts School, Walterboro, SC
Lighthouse Bookstore & Trophies, Walterboro, SC
North Myrtle Beach "Gymnastics & More", N. Myrtle Beach, SC
Leitzke ATA Black Belt Academy, Wilmington, NC
ATA Black Belt Academy-Karate for Kids and Adults, New Bern, NC
Lord Proprietors' Inn, Edenton, NC
King Tiger Martial Arts, Virginia Beach, VA
Photographer Bill Gordon
The Advocate of Central Florida
20th Century Television
Caron Foundation, Reading, PA
Berks Advocates Against Violence, Reading, PA
Police Athletic League of Reading, Reading, PA
Puerto Rican Latin Association of Reading, PA
Olivets Boys & Girls Club, Reading, PA
Berks Aids Network, Reading, PA
Manos, Lancaster, PA
Berks County Prison, Leesport, PA
City of Reading Police, Reading, PA
Stop the Violence-Face the Music
Express Youth Foundation, Orlando, FL
Holly Hill Youth Center, Holly Hill, Fl
Holly Hill Recreation Youth Board, Holly Hill, FL
US Coast Guard
US Border Patrol
South Carolina State Troopers
North Charleston Police
Charleston County Sherriff
Goose Creek Police
Dorchester County Sherriff
Mt. Pleasant Police
Youth Porgram's Keystone Flyers
Terry Parker Baptist Church, Jacksonville
City Youth Drug Movement, Brunswick, GA
Goodyear Elementary School, Brunswick
YMCA, Habersham Street, Savannah, GA
Walterboro Downtown Development Center, SC
Walterboro Christian Center, Walterboro, SC
Charleston Air Force Base, Charleston, SC
Wilmington Police Department, Wilmington, NC
Mental Health/Substance Committee of Chowan County Healthy Carolinians, NC
Coastal Counseling Center, Chesapeake, VA
Chowan County Tourism Development Authority
Ms. Lawanna Gilzer
Ms. Betty Gilzer
Jose Andrade, MD
Alta Mae Henderson
Will and Wade Marvin
Jo Don Buckner
Kris & Jack Cunningham
Louie and Tammy LiGuori
Mr. & Mrs. Leitzke
Michael & Kimberly Brown
Dennis & Kathy Shollenberger
Sergeant Albert Evans, City of Reading Police Department
CONTRIBUTORS TO THE BOOK
Randall Kollor, M.S., CAC
Richard Hampton, Jr., CAC, ICADC, LCPC
Richard A. Horst
Richard A. Horst, Jr.
Sandra Kay Lias
Creagh & Associates
Drug & Alcohol Rehabilitation Services, PA
The Children’s Home of Reading, PA
Reading City Police, PA
Lancaster City Police, PA
Exeter Township School District, PA
Karen McElhattan, Teacher
Drug Enforcement Agency
St. Joseph’s Hospital, Reading, PA
Berks Youth Counseling Center, PA
The World Wing Chun Kung Fu Association
Reading School District, PA
Council on Chemical Abuse, Reading, PA
Conrad Weiser High School
Penn State Berks Campus