IOGT originated in North America, more specifically in Utica, New York and spread from there around the world. Today, the IOGT movement is represented through three Member Organizations in three countries of the Americas.

Mexico

  • Centros De Integración Juvenil

    Associated Member

    Centros de Integración Juvenil, A.C. (CIJ) is a non-profit organization with the aim to address drug use among youth as a result of the emergence of drug dependence as a public health problem.

    CIJ attends continuously to the problem of addictions in Mexico, offering prevention, treatment and rehabilitation services, along with scientific research on drug use in the country.

    CIJ’s mission is to provide prevention and treatment services that address drug use which are based on scientific knowledge and to develop specialized human resources.

    CIJ works towards the vision of continued supply of quality services in prevention, treatment, research and training in addiction at national and international levels in response to existing epidemiological trends.

    CIJ’s objectives are to contribute to demand reduction of legal and illegal drugs, in order to improve the public awareness and knowledge about this health problem.

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Turks and Caicos

  • IOGT Turks and Caicos Islands

    Full member

    IOGT Turks and Caicos Islands – Success Lodge No.1 I.O.G.T. works to promote a lifestyle free from alcohol and other drugs through the example of their own members for a society where all human beings can live up to their fullest potential.

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United States of America

  • IOGT-USA

    Full member

    IOGT-USA is an organization of men and women of all ages who promote the ideals of temperance, peace and brotherhood. IOGT-USA is a voluntary, democratic organization based on the work of heart-driven people. IOGT promotes cultural and educational activities for the benefit of all.

    IOGT-USA recognizes that a global approach must be taken to social problems. For this reason, IOGT-USA is engaged in outreach and development work and promotes the principles of human dignity, democracy, tolerance and justice at all levels of society.

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