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         Drug Education For Parents:     more books (47)
  1. Alcohol and Drug Education for Parents by Sally S. Crawford, 1992-07
  2. Kids & drugs: Prevention education for parents by Darlene Golinowski, 1981
  3. Building blocks helping preschoolers grow up alcohol and drug free : guide for parents (SuDoc ED 1.310/2:393578) by U.S. Dept of Education, 1995
  4. Passbook series by Jack Rudman, 1983
  5. Understanding Drugs: A Handbook for Parents, Teachers and Other Professionals (Manchester Metropolitan University Education Series) by David Emmett, Graeme Nice, 1996-11
  6. Drug and Alcohol Abuse: The Authoritative Guide for Parents, Teachers, and Counselors by H. Thomas Milhorn, 2003-08-01
  7. Ready! : your guide to drug use prevention ideas for preschool children (SuDoc ED 1.8:HE 75/DRUG) by U.S. Dept of Education, 1993
  8. Preventing Adolescent Relapse: A Guide for Parents, Teachers, and Counselors by Tammy L. Bell, 1990-06
  9. Raising Drug-free Kids: 100 Tips for Parents by Aletha Solter, 2006-08-25
  10. Success stories from drug-free schools : a guide for educators, parents and policymakers (SuDoc ED 1.8:D 84) by U.S. Dept of Education, 1991
  11. Developing the resilient child a prevention manual for parents, schools, communities and individuals (SuDoc ED 1.310/2:382897) by U.S. Dept of Education, 1993
  12. Laws about tobacco, alcohol, and other drugs a guidebook for California's parents and educators (SuDoc ED 1.310/2:379560) by U.S. Dept of Education, 1994
  13. Substance abuse education: A manual for developing outreach programs for parents and guardians by Joanne Boyle, 1991
  14. Checkpoint parent education implementation manual: A guide book for implementation of the ABC's for Parents and Families Meeting the Challenge Programs by Peggy Hendrickson, 1993

1. DHHS, Tasmania - Alcohol And Drugs
drug education for parents. Being a parent is one of the most delightful,frustrating, rewarding and challenging parts of our lives.
search services help contacts ... all site updates drug education for parents : alcohol and drugs Drug Education for Parents Being a parent is one of the most delightful, frustrating, rewarding and challenging parts of our lives. Most of us find lots to enjoy about our kids, but also tend to worry about a few things … and for many parents one of those worries is drugs.
If you would like to find out more about drugs, and about how to be an effective parent in this area, we can help. We can help by:
  • Talking with you by phone or in person Providing you with printed information about different drugs and their effects Arranging a parent education session for your school, community group, or even for a group of friends. Information about the Making a Difference drug education program is provided below. We can also tailor education programs to meet your needs.
What is Making a Difference Making a Difference is a drug education program developed in Tasmania by local alcohol and drug workers. The program is a joint production of the Alcohol and Drug Service and the Drug Education Network, and is run by Tasmania's drug and alcohol sector as a cooperative endeavour.

2. WACHPR - Project Detail
Parents and Drug Education Project (19992001). Investigators. This project has identifiedcritical success factors associated with drug education for parents.
Parents and Drug Education Project (1999-2001) Investigators Ms Shelley Beatty Dr Donna Cross Outline and Rationale This research project consisted of two separate but related studies. Part one of this research consisted of a formative study in order to consult with parents regarding the design and process of the intervention to be implemented in Part 2. Part two of this research investigated the feasibility and impact of offering parents a choice of home-based drug education materials. There were 20 primary schools, 72 Year 6 teachers and almost 1500 Year 6 students and their parents who participated in the part two of this research. Baseline surveys were administered to students and parents in all 20 schools. The response rate from parents was 90%. The 20 schools participating in this research were randomly assigned to one of two intervention groups or a control group.

3. Pride Saint John Inc
Parent Resource Institute for drug education is a nonprofit organization dealing with effects of drug/alcohol abuse on families. Lists parents, teens, kids and where to get help.
Saint John Inc. Contact PRIDE PRIDE Saint John Inc (Parent Resources Institute for Drug Education) provides support and referral for families and adolescents experiencing problems connected with substance abuse and addiction. We provide information for parents, adolescents and public education regarding the prevention of adolescent addiction. s="na";c="na";j="na";f=""+escape(document.referrer) Joyce Melvin - Executive Director PRIDE's History in Saint John PRIDE Saint John Inc. is a non-profit charitable organization formed in 1984 by a group of citizens concerned about drug abuse in our community. We strive to provide current, accurate and relevant information to parents and youth about the adverse health effects of drug abuse. Our educational efforts in adolescent drug use prevention are notable. We have distributed thousands of information pamphlets; sponsored youth health fairs for local middle and high schools; and provided speakers whose messages were heard by thousands of local citizens. In 1995 we were the recipients of the Dr. Everett Chalmers Award of Distinction in the Field of Substance Abuse presented by the Province of New Brunswick.

4. PRIDE USA Website
be revised for fall 2003. For parents revised for fall 2002 HR1) Better education for Students and Teachers Act more. PRIDE Survey designated as measure of illicit drug use by
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5. Higher Education Center For Alcohol And Other Drug Prevention
The Higher education Center is the nation's resource for colleges and universities seeking to reduce alcohol and other drug use. We offer training, technical assistance, and publications. Presidents Leadership Group. parents. Students. Announcements
The Higher Education Center's purpose is to help college and community leaders develop, implement, and evaluate programs and policies to reduce student problems related to alcohol and other drug use and interpersonal violence . The Center favors a comprehensive approach to prevention. Central to this approach is a mix of environmental management strategies to address the institutional, community, and public policy factors that contribute to these problems. The Center supports the development of a prevention infrastructure, primarily by facilitating the work of statewide prevention initiatives and campus-community coalitions. The Center provides trainings, technical assistance, and publications to support these efforts. The Center also promotes innovative program development to improve student education, campus-based media campaigns (including social norms campaigns), screening and treatment referral, and enforcement.

6. Safety First
Resources for parents about teens, drugs, and drug education. Strategies for home and school.
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To support reality-based drug education through the distribution of this important information, we invite you to make a tax-deductible donation to the Drug Policy Alliance.
To improve outreach to parents, the Drug Policy Alliance created the Safety First project. Safety First is dedicated to providing parents of adolescents with honest, science-based information about drugs. Making Sense of Student Drug Testing
Safety First: A Reality-Based Approach to Teens, Drugs, and Drug Education
was written to provide parents with the tools needed to evaluate and discuss strategies for protecting their teenagers from drug abuse. Order up to 50 free copies of this helpful 17-page booklet in English or Spanish, or download a PDF version today.
As we plan our third edition of the Safety First booklet, we would greatly appreciate your feedback. Please take a few minutes to answer our survey.

7. What Can Parents Do To Help Their Children Be Drug Free
What Can parents Do to Help Their Children Be drug Free. The antidrug education that children are to counter the street-level "education" they can pick up from their
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What Can Parents Do to Help Their Children Be Drug Free
The anti-drug education that children are getting in school today only begins to counter the street-level "education" they can pick up from their peers and popular culture. As a caring parent, you are probably asking yourself what you can do to help your children to stay drug free. Parents are the most important role models in children's lives. What they say and do about drugs matters significantly when it comes to the choices children make. Children who decide not to use alcohol or other drugs often make this decision because they have strong convictions against the use of these substances-convictions based on a value system. You can make your family's values clear by explaining why you choose a particular course of action and how that choice reflects your values. When it comes to dangerous substances like alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs, don't assume that your children know where you stand. Children want you to talk to them about drugs. State your position clearly; if you're not clear, they may be tempted to use. Tell your children that you forbid them to use alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs because you love them. Make it clear that this rule holds true even at other people's houses. Will your child listen? Most likely. According to research, when a child decides whether or not to use alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs, a crucial consideration is, "What will my parents think?"

8. Partnership For A Drug-Free America
Partnership’s communication and education programs to provide important information,drug alerts, stories Teens / Young adults parents / Caregivers / Teen
Donate eNewsletters Sign Up Contact Us Careers ... FAQ Drug Resource Search by Slang Names 2C-B,2C-T-7 Alcohol Barbiturates Cocaine Crystal Meth DMT DOM,DOB,MDA DXM Ecstasy GHB Hashish Herbal Ecstasy Heroin Inhalants Ketamine Khat LSD Marijuana Methamphetamine Methamphetamine Pills Methcathinone Mushrooms OxyContin PCP Peyote PMA Prescription Stimulants Pseudoephedrine Ritalin Rohypnol Steroids (Anabolic) Tobacco I am interested in... a local Partnership affiliate a prevention guide for teens a prevention guide for parents public service announcements making a donation learning about the Partnership the dangers of illegal drugs prescription medication abuse the latest research the latest press releases recursos en español pseudoephedrine learning about meth cough medicine abuse Tuesday, June 08, 2004 Help Us Help Kids
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Alcohol drug Info Ecstasy and Meth New Resources for parents The Partnership isproud to announce our new Health education Campaign in association with the

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A notfor-profit organization dedicated to serving the interests of youth and families who are at-risk for drug abuse, delinquency, early school withdrawal, family dysfunction, teen pregnancy, and other behavioral health problems. Our goals are accomplished through the development of programs of intervention including parent education, social action, assessment, referral, mass media awareness projects, and the sale of products and services to better equip parents, schools, agencies, and individuals to act in the best interests of young people.
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In 1999, marijuana was the primary substance of abuse for 49% of the Asian and Pacific Islander youth admissions, 48% of Hispanic youth admissions, and 42% of White youth admissions.

11. Familyrapp - A Parents Magazine Covering A Range Of Family Issues, From Health,
A onestop reference point for parents informative parenting articles and directories of days out, family holidays, book reviews, drug information, education, recipes, health and shopping with many links.
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Don't forget Fathers Day - Sunday June 20th - show them you care! Trampolines and Outdoor toys and games to have fun with this summer. Best Selling Children's Books in the UK An article appreciating mothers - Mothers' Day, Every Day Join in our Competitions and win some fabulous prizes.
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The National Toy Council has produced this article for parents of children between two and twelve years old. It is intended to help parents and all those involved in caring for children understand what may be appropriate or inappropriate advertising for their children. It provides parents with guidelines to help children understand and judge advertisements. It is estimated that children watch an average two and a half hours of television every day, the equivalent of an annual basis of 38 day marathon of TV viewing. It is worth remembering that the advertising impact is restricted to those hours spent viewing commercial television channels. A lot of television viewing takes place on weekday afternoons and Saturday mornings, when parents are at work or even asleep. Therefore it may go largely unmonitored. Children have a lot of potential power as consumers. In addition to their own spending money on items such as clothes, music and video games, they also have the ability to exert considerable influence over the parental decision-making that goes into buying household items. They are especially influential on environmental issues, about which they show great concern.

12. Teachers. The Anti-Drug. -- Get Involved -- TeachersGuide -- Articles And Column
parents. The Antidrug. Early Action Guide with the New York Times. Focus on Marijuanawith the New York Times. Anti-drug education with the New York Times.
Select a Drug Alcohol Club Drugs Cocaine Ecstasy GHB Heroin Inhalants Ketamine LSD Marijuana Methamphetamine Ritalin Steroids Tobacco
TEACHERSGUIDE TeachersGuide Classroom Activities Education Resources Order Materials Articles and Columns ... TeachersGuide Home Developed by The New York Times Newspaper in Education Program with sponsorship from the Office of National Drug Control Policy, these guides did not involve the reporting or editing staff of The New York Times.
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Select Peer Advice Design Ads Drug Rules/Laws Most Don't Use Role-play/Puppets Role-play/Cartoon Setting Goals Drug Effects Featured Drugs


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Teacher to Teacher

Share ideas. Read others. TeachersGuide is a drug education resource that was developed by the National Youth Anti-Drug Media Campaign. We provide teachers with ideas and resources for incorporating drug prevention messages into the classroom. As part of Web site, TeachersGuide is able take advantage of other drug prevention resources that are available for adults to use when talking to kids about drugs. TeachersGuide was created and designed with input from veteran educators and behavioral experts. 2003 Monitoring the Future Survey
From 2001 to 2003, current marijuana use among 8th, 10th, and 12th graders declined 11 percent, exceeding the President’s goals for reducing youth drug use.

13. Drugs Resource Net
Providing up to date information. This site is for those providing drug education and prevention for young people, their parents and carers.

14. NIDA - Information On Drugs Of Abuse - Index
Contains the latest research, treatment information, and science education for drug abuse and addiction. Contains specific drug abuse information for students, parents, teachers, researchers, and policymakers.
Common Drugs of Abuse Acid/LSD Alcohol Cocaine Club Drugs Drug Testing Heroin Inhalants Marijuana MDMA/Ecstasy Methamphetamine Nicotine PCP (Phencyclidine) Prescription Medications Prevention Research Steroids Treatment Research Trends and Statistics
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Information on Common Drugs of Abuse
Welcome to the Information on Common Drugs of Abuse section of our site. This is not a complete listing of all drugs of abuse, the list contains drugs that have further information available on the NIDA site.
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15. Substance Abuse Information Guide For Parents
Fact sheet on popular illicit drugs, list of signs of possible drug use in children, education and prevention for parents links, articles on the effects of alcohol on the brain and body, list of how much alcohol is in various types of drinks, physiology of alcohol absorption, other resources.

16. PRYDE In New Zealand
parents Resource Institute and Youth drug education.

17. Welcome To PRIDE Surveys
to be revised for fall 2003 For parents revised for No Child Left Behind (HR1)Better education for Students designated as measure of illicit drug use by
2002-03 PRIDE Surveys National Summary and Press Releases
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The PRIDE Surveys Questionnaire - designated by Congress as a measurement of illicit drug use by youth. For Grades 6-12 - revised for fall 2002
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January 2003 Marijuana - Do students who report using marijuana in the past month reveal more dangerous behaviors?
Data from the 2001-2002 National PRIDE Survey indicate that students who use marijuana are more likely to engage in harmful behaviors. The statistics are telling.
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Election 2002: Marijuana Takes a Hit... more Study: Marijuana Use More Closely Linked to Schizophrenia... more No Child Left Behind (HR1): Better Education for Students and Teachers Act... more
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18. Australian Drug Foundation
The Foundation conducts research on drug issues, implements drug education programs, develops resources for school students, teachers and parents, implements public awareness campaigns and provides information for a range of community and professional groups.
What's New Read the latest CAAN Communique and see how our federal politicians party with the Bundy Bear [PDF: 116 KB] CAAN's Director Geoff Munro responds to the announcement that Arnott's is introducing alcohol flavours to its key chocolate biscuit products. AFL makes a right turn by turning away from alcohol sponsorship Get the Facts Select a drug... Alcohol Amphetamines/Speed Benzodiazepines Buprenorphine Cannabis/Marijuana Cocaine Ecstasy/MDMA Fantasy/GHB Hallucinogens/LSD Heroin Inhalants Methadone Minor Tranquilisers Naltrexone Rohypnol Serepax Tobacco Valium Events Drug Action Week 21-25 June 2004 National Drug Awards
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The awards will be presented at a gala dinner hosted by Dr Karl Kruszelnicki and attended by the Prime Minister.
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19. PRYDE In New Zealand
parents Resource Institute and Youth drug education.
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20. Health Education Stress, Depression, Anxiety, Drug Use
Complete, free, illustrated, web book containing the latest medical information on Stress, Depression, Anxiety and drug Abuse, written in a fun, easy to read format. Medical Basis of Stress, Depression, Anxiety, Sleep Problems, and drug Use Our mission is health education, particularly at a high school DIVORCE (of yourself or your parents) 65 3

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