Virtual Field Trip

Virtual Field Trip

On the Frontlines of the Opioid Epidemic:
A Community Fighting Back

Tune in to the Operation Prevention Virtual Field Trip
October 25, 2017 at 1pm EDT/10am PDT

Students will visit Huntington, West Virginia- a typical American community that has been greatly impacted by the opioid epidemic- to hear the powerful personal stories from the bravest teens and change makers in the city in this live event on Oct. 25. Students will learn how opioids have affected their lives, how they are using their experiences to improve the city, and ways your students could make a positive impact on their own communities.

Register Now

Companion Activity

Prepare your students for the virtual field trip

This assignment could help save a life. Download this companion activity and start a dialogue with your classroom prior to the virtual field trip.

Download Activity

Watch on Demand

2016 Virtual Field Trip

The Science Behind Opioid Addiction Virtual Field Trip explored the science of addiction to help middle and high school students understand how prescription drugs and heroin affect the brain and body. During this powerful forum, students got the unfiltered facts about drugs and addiction and had their questions answered by leading experts, including DEA agents and pharmacologists.

Prepare your students for the virtual field trip by downloading the Companion Guide.

Download Companion Guide

User Feedback

User Details
Have you used, or plan to use, this program in your classroom?
Do you feel your students increased their understanding of the science of addiction through participating in this program?
Do your students feel that this program will influence their personal decisions/behavior?
Would you recommend this resource to other educators?
Information submitted will be treated in accordance with our privacy policy (as may be amended from time to time).