About Us

The Meth Project was founded the Thomas and Stacey Siebel Foundation as a private-sector response to the growing Meth epidemic in the U.S. The project launched in 2005 in Montana as a large-scale prevention program aimed at reducing first-time teen Meth use through public service messaging and community outreach. The Meth Project’s research-based marketing campaigns, Meth prevention curriculum for middle school and high school students, and community outreach programs have made a significant impact on lowering teen Meth use in several states.

The Meth Project has received worldwide accolades for its efforts to communicate the risks of Meth use and make a tangible impact on the health and well-being of individuals and communities including:

  • One of the most effective prevention programs and a model for the nation by the White House
  • 3rd Most-Effective Philanthropy in the world according to Barron’s
  • Only Meth prevention curriculum recognized by the national Red Ribbon Campaign

Learn more at Montana Meth Project