L.E.A.D. Program


This National award-winning program is the first and only drug education program in the state of Oklahoma teaching D.E.A. original curriculum at no cost to local schools.

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For years I lived with the belief that drugs would not affect my child. I had a false reality. “Those hard drugs,” weren’t in our area, were they? Then, it began happening to our family. We tried to save our daughter for 7 years. Ashley, died on Christmas Eve of 2013.

 - Layla Freeman

      One of our greatest missions is to focus on educating and equipping our children on how to handle the reality of what they face in this world today.

      Drug education and prevention are critical to the future of our children.

      Light of Hope is providing school drug education and prevention courses in the Elementary, Middle and High Schools. We also provide powerful assemblies to any grade level.

D.E.A. Agent David King

      In an exclusive partnership with the Drug Enforcement Administration (D.E.A.), Light of Hope provides current, powerful, and effective education to the schools - FREE TO ALL SCHOOLS.

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L.E.A.D. has definitely made an impact on our students. We are very grateful for the education and tools being taught through Light of Hope.

Catoosa Schools

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Funding through Change for Change

Light of Hope is asking businesses, organizations, churches, and individuals to consider partnering on a continuous "change for change" funding initiative. Your change matters. Consider donating the cents on the end of each pay check to the L.E.A.D. program. It may only be .59 cents, or .25 cents, each pay period, but those pennies add up when we all come together to make a difference.


Our children are worth it. Our community is worth it. 

Contact us, and we will gladly explain the fundraising initiative in more detail. We are also available for business, church or organization presentations at any time. 

Credit: KOTV-News on 6 reporter Sawyer Buccy