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Home of the "Family Insight Drug Abuse Prevention Workshop"
Providing the best REAL HELP in Drug Abuse Prevention resources for parents, schools, and local communities around the globe.
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According to "PARENTS" at TheAntiDrug.com,.kids who learn a lot about drugs from their parents, are up to FIFTY PERCENT
less likely to use drugs. Unfortunately less than one third of teens actually do get their drug education from their parents.
It went on and said, "and this must change". Preventing Drug Abuse Dot Com was created to facilitate this very needed change.
are free so that any parent or mentor my have access to the materials regardless of their family income.
The best drug abuse prevention parenting tool. Providing: "Quality Family Time" of the highest degree with potential long term
positive residual returns in health, quality of life, and economic bennifits for the individual, the family, and the rest of
Do not just talk to your children, teach them the truth.
Note: For countries other than the USA, the International WHO Supplemental Drug Statistics Reports
is used in conjunction with the Family Insight Drug Abuse Prevention Workshop.
Replace the data of the USA with that of your home country if it is in the report.
a short story for toddlers to begin their drug abuse prevention
Though the whole school eventully gets involved. This is a execelent activite for all the students to focus on the negitive elements
of drug abuse, and the positive side of non-use. For more information and the resources for this program, please 'click' on the Pre-Radar
button to download the program.
Is primarily for the Sixth Graders.
For Community Leaders and those who want to
be a Community Leader..
The CAP was developed for the local community leaders, but may be used by anyone that would like to become a Community
Leader, to use the materials in whole or in parts.The resources are free, only the printing cost is incurred by the user. Time to
impliment the program is minimal. The posters should be left up the rest of the year.
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