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Ty Sells visited 10th grade health classes to examine strategies to get behind the smoke screen and engage Scarsdale youth in a conversation about marijuana.

Since it’s founding in 1984, the Scarsdale Drug and Alcohol Task Force has expanded from its original mission to “promote a substance-free culture” for kids through education and empowerment, and now, nearly 40 years later, has changed its name to reflect its own evolution. The DATF is now Scarsdale Action for Youth or SAY.

In 2015, Scarsdale Edgemont Family Counseling Service (SFCS), which was founded in 1920, took over as the lead agency of the DATF and continues that role today.

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