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May 1, 2000


Freevibe promotes a drug-free lifestyle for adolescents and is sponsored by the National Clearinghouse for Alcohol and Drug Information of the United States Public Health Service.

The main page is a collage of photos and text that adolescents will find appealing.

Each section or article can be accessed from the main page of the site. Users can return to the home page by clicking on the Freevibe logo in the upper left corner of each page.

Teenagers will find Freevibe a place to get information on drugs, find out what other teens are saying about drugs and violence, express their opinions in the polls, and get the latest celebrity news. Freevibe is the site where teens will find positive peer reinforcement and learn the benefits of a drug-free lifestyle. The Heads Up section features articles on why people start taking drugs, discusses how to say no to peer pressure, and provides a database of information on specific drugs. Best of all, this site is written in a language that teens will easily find interesting and understandable. Parents, teachers, and counselors will want to point their teens to Freevibe.