Marijuana Resources


Johnny’s Ambassadors educates parents and teens about the risks of today’s high-THC marijuana on adolescent brain development, mental illness, and suicide.


Stanford University Study

In June 2018, Ralph Cantor presented to a group of high school students about marijuana/cannabis. This video serves as a useful resource for educators working with youth and is recommended viewing before implementing the Marijuana Awareness & Prevention Toolkit activities. This video is not intended to be shown directly to students, since the interactive materials developed and posted on this website will address many of the main points covered in the video. Please note, this video is 144 minutes long, so you may want to break it up in more than one sitting. In the future, we will be breaking this video up by specific topics and lessons to accompany them. Enjoy!


The National Institute on Drug Abuse is a United States federal government research institute whose mission is to "advance science on the causes and consequences of drug use and addiction and to apply that knowledge to improve individual and public health.


Americans Against Legalizing Marijuana-AALM is a national non-profit organization dedicated to providing the latest information on the harms of marijuana to individuals and to our country.


Every Brain Matters is a community of support and advocacy based on science and lived experience. Join us as we call for a cultural change by encouraging the use of our logo that unites us and symbolizes both “freedom from marijuana and the drug culture expansion” and promotes optimal brain and environmental health.

The public has been deceived and misled regarding marijuana products and their eects, which has led to a public health crisis. No matter what decisions are made or how much the drug culture expands, we will “Keep On Keepin On” because we wholeheartedly know that Every Brain Matters.


One Chance to Grow Up focuses on defending kids across the nation from the dangers of today’s marijuana. For kids, everyone raising kids, and all those supporting them in the era of legalized marijuana: One Chance to Grow Up has your back.