If you or someone you know is in crisis, contact the Military Crisis Line at 988 and press 1, or Text 838255. You can also call 911.

Ready-to-Use Presentation

This presentation is intended for use on a laptop or desktop computer. It will not display properly on tablets or mobile devices. If you are downloading this presentations on a DHA device, please follow these steps:

  1. Select Download PowerPoint.
  2. File will open on a Menlo Security webpage document viewer.
  3. In the upper right corner, select the download icon and select ‘Download Original.’
  4. A window will open with the option to select ‘Open’ or ‘Save As’ with the PowerPoint file. Select ‘Save As,’ then ‘Save.’ You can now open/edit the file on your device.

Experiencing problems downloading this presentation or playing the embedded videos? Contact us at at dha.ncr.comm.mbx.prevent-substance-misuse@health.mil so we can assist.

Ready-to-Use Presentation for Professionals

Looking to present about the Too Much to Lose campaign to professionals? The Too Much to Lose Ready-to-Use Presentation for Professionals highlights evergreen campaign content and even includes space for Service-specific and local information. Equipped with a suggested script, professionals can use this presentation to showcase Too Much to Lose to other professionals at efforts such as local trainings, briefings or orientations. Professional audiences may include military treatment facility staff, Drug Demand Reduction personnel, Drug and Alcohol Program Advisors (DAPAs), and others who have interest in learning about the campaign and its resources.

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Experiencing problems downloading the presentation or playing the embedded video? Contact us at dha.ncr.comm.mbx.prevent-substance-misuse@health.mil so we can assist.

Looking for other resources for professionals? Check out the Too Much to Lose Campaign Resources page where professionals can find various materials to promote the campaign, its resources and tools and to help Service members protect themselves from risky drug use.

If you or someone you know is in crisis, contact the Military Crisis Line at 988 and press 1, or Text 838255. You can also call 911.