Anti Drug Abuse Advocacy (A3) Network Volunteers

Anti Drug Abuse Advocacy (A3) Network Volunteers

The Anti-Drug Abuse Advocacy Network (A3 Network) is jointly administered by National Council Against Drug Abuse (NCADA) and Central Narcotics Bureau (CNB). It aims to develop a network of active individuals who identify with, support, and promote the anti-drug cause. They would focus on becoming a third party voice for NCADA-related activities, generating community awareness and involvement.

The network has two categories – youth advocates and adult advocates.

As a youth advocate

Join us in the anti-drug cause and influence youths to lead a drug-free life. You'll get to organise your own anti-drug initiatives, and have the opportunity to be involved at international forums, to promote a drug-free world.

You will be trained on Singapore's anti-drug policies. Through your advocacy, you will generate greater community awareness and involvement to support Singapore’s zero tolerance approach to drugs.

As an adult advocate

As an adult A3 advocate, you could contribute to the cause by disseminating anti-drug abuse messages within your circle of influence. Adult advocates may also serve as docents for anti-drug abuse events.

Key Details

Commitment DutyTimings
No minimum hours needed No fixed timings
Home Team department Skills and Interest
Central Narcotics Bureau
Public Education

Who is Eligible

Everyone is welcome to join!

How to Apply


Apply Online



More About this Scheme

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For more information about this volunteer scheme, see the FAQs.

Contact us

Have a question? Contact us for any enquiries at CNB_Community_Partnership@cnb.gov.sg

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