OUR PROMISE

The Know the Truth™ Prevention Program provides evidence-based prevention education tailored to the specific needs of each school. We inform the younger generation about the choices they have to fight against substance use, and to power through stereotypes and invest in their future. We promise to educate and empower youth, parents and educators to take a stand against substance use.

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For school bookings: Sadie.Holland@mntc.org

Sponsorships: Tracee.Anderson@mntc.org 

24 Hour Text-Hotline: 612-440-3967

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October 8, 2016

I am not sure how it happens or where the thought process begins, but when we are little kids we begin to believe there is a monster in our room. We begin to have unrealistic fears that something is lingering in the shadows, under our bed and that it will come get us w...

August 1, 2016

So it was my plan to journal every night after our Vans Warped Tour dates, and as many of you know, we have been on the tour for the past week and I have not done such. So here we go! We simply want to give you an update of where we are, the many people we have had the...

July 29, 2016

Hey – My name is Laura and I am the Program Manager of Know the Truth. If you do not know who KTT is please pause, and take a moment to look through the home page to find out more about us….

Now that you know who KTT is, I, Laura, am taking over the blog over the next c...

February 6, 2016

Growing up my mom was on many drugs.  I used to find my mom’s stashes of meth, cocaine, pot, pills and many other drugs. She had intense mood swings, one minute she was so happy and the next minute she would speak words of hate and become violent. She use to tell me th...

January 27, 2016

My name is Clair. Recently, Know the Truth came and visited my school to talk about their stories and their struggles. I listened closely, playing with a ring on my pinkie finger occasionally because it was hard to look the speaker in the eye. That same ring in a way r...

November 4, 2015

I’m Syd. I’m a 14 (soon to be 15) year old freshman at Cannon Falls high school, and this is my story. 

I have been hoping for the last 10 years that my sister would get better. I’m still hoping. My sister is an alcoholic and drug addict. It’s terrible seeing the person...

October 7, 2015