Parents

Drug abuse in our society is virtually an epidemic. So, how do you protect your children? How do you keep them away from drugs?

Unfortunately, it's nearly impossible to keep your children from having contact with others who are abusing drugs. And you cannot always be there with them to help them make the right decisions. Therefore, it is essential that your children understand the effects that drugs have on the mind and body.

Resisting peer pressure can be hard for children at times, but if they believe strongly about something they will usually act with integrity and courage. Your responsibility as a parent is to educate your children on the harmful effects of drugs, so they can and will say "No".

Use the e-books below to educate yourself and your children about drugs. For further information and help, use the other links at left.





Parent Resources

10 Things Parents May Not Know About Marijuana

10 Things Parents May Not Know About Marijuana

Booklet to help parents get a better understanding of marijuana. Find out what kids are being told about it. Find out how you protect your children.

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10 Things Parents May Not Know About Prescription Drug Abuse

10 Things Parents May Not Know About Prescription Drug Abuse

Prescription drugs are addictive, life-threatening and easily available. Here's what you need to know.

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Family Drug Addiction Help Guide

Family Drug Addiction Help Guide

Is someone you love addicted to drugs or do you suspect drug use? Here's a guide packed with useful information that can help you confront and handle the problem.

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Drug Facts

Talking to Kids About Drugs

Teach your friends 10 of the most important facts about drugs with this new edition of 10 Things Your Friends May Not Know About Drugs.

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Drug Education Materials

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E-books:

Talking to Kids About Drugs

10 Things Your Friends May Not Know About Drugs

Drug Facts



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