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Parents

Kids don’t come with an instruction manual, but they do come with a host of challenges through which we need to help them to navigate. What we say or do, our decisions, matter. Really. Even when it seems like they aren’t listening, kids are paying attention. And you can Be the Influence. Yes, you. We all have questions, and it isn’t easy, but together we can answer them. How do we keep our kids safe and healthy? How do we talk to them about our concerns and expectations when it comes to drugs and alcohol? How can I get involved with others in the community? Where can I get support? Let us provide you with the right information and resources.

 

RSU 14 MIYHS Data Sheet

2013 MIYHS Data

 



Links

TIPS FOR PARENTS OF TEENS ENTERING HIGH SCHOOL
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How to Answer: But YOU smoked weed when you were younger!
www.youtube.com/watch?v=HeHnjKR5L9I&feature=youtu.be

Information on the Teen Brain & Substance Abuse
www.drugfree.org/why-do-teens-act-this-way/

How to Talk to Teens about Substance use Prevention
www.drugfree.org/preventing-teen-using-drugs-persuasion/

How to Practice Talking to your Teen about Alcohol Use
http://www.samhsa.gov/underage-drinking/mobile-application

Marijuana & Young People: The Science is Clear: DON’T MIX
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Talking to your Teen about Marijuana
www.drugfree.org/MJTalkKit/

Partnership for Drug Free America Parent Toolkit
www.drugfree.org/the-parent-toolkit

Maine Parents website
www.maineparents.net

Substance Abuse Prevention at the Opportunity Alliance
www.publichealthprogram.org

 


 

 


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