Links & Resources

 
The website explains the science and the impact of drugs on the human body so kids will be informed to help make healthy decisions.
 
This website is a program of the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency to educate teens about drug facts and fiction and share stories of those who lost their lives due to drugs.
 
D.A.R.E. is a police officer-led series of classroom lessons that teaches children from kindergarten through 12th grade how to resist peer pressure and live productive drug and violence-free lives.
 
The NIDA provides scientific research and findings regarding the aspects of drug addictions. 
 
The Partnership for Drug-Free Kids is a prevention, intervention and treatment resource for parents/guardians to address alcohol and drug abuse.
 
Counseling and prevention services to strengthen families, keep youth in school and prepare them to be productive citizens.
 
On-going support groups for family members of those diagnosed with mental health conditions.
 
Comprehensive mental health services for children and families in need of assistance regarding emotional and behavioral difficulties.
 
Working to reduce the number of youth suicides and attempted suicides by encouraging public awareness through the development and promotion of educational training programs.
 
helping parents understand and approach emotions and behaviors and knowing the difference between phases and serious problems.
 
The only site for parents that focuses explicitly on actively promoting kids’ social, emotional, and ethical development.
 
Ever wonder how much screen time to give your teen, how much independence they should have, how to handle arguments at home over responsibilities, or what hurts or can help a parent-teen relationship? This site addresses those questions with expert advice.
 
Crisis centers providing training and educational resources on suicide prevention and mental wellness.
 
Empowering parents with facts, information, and strategies to help you talk with your teens about drinking, substance abuse and
more.