|Talking to your teens about substance use:|| |
Local Substance Abuse Resources:
National Substance Abuse Resources:
Fact Sheets on Various Drugs
Youth are less likely to engage in underage drinking and drug use if their parents (and other caring adults) teach them about risks, and if they believe their parents disapprove. Use these tip sheets and brochures to guide important conversations.
Search Institute: Developmental Assets
Learn the building blocks for raising healthy children and youth. Studies consistently show that the more assets young people have, the less likely they are to engage in a wide range of high-risk behaviors and the more likely they are to thrive. Learn what those assets are and how you can encourage their development in your child.
|Teen Stress - Helping Your Teen Cope|
Stress is a common problem among teens, and as a parent, you have a role in helping the teen in your life cope with it. Visit Parent: The Anti-Drug Web site.
|Time to Talk|
Find easy-to-use tools and tips to help you have ongoing conversations with your kids to keep them healthy and drug-free. Visit the Partnership for a Drug-Free America.
|Information about Nutrition and Exercise as it relates to Mental Health||Alcohol Awareness and College Students|
|Information about Treatment services|||