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         Drug Education For Parents:     more books (47)
  1. Help! for Kids and Parents About Drugs by Jean Illsley Clarke, Donald Brundage, et all 1993-09
  2. Dialogue, personal example work best for parents in drug talks with teens.(Noteworthy News): An article from: Black Issues in Higher Education
  3. Building blocks : helping preschoolers grow up alcohol and drug free : guide for parents (SuDoc ED 1.8:B 62) by Laura J. Colker, 1995
  4. For children of meth users, festival brings a little hope.(Festivals)(The benefit raises money for kids whose drug-addicted parents can't care for them): ... from: The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR) by Gale Reference Team, 2006-08-20
  5. Project Self-Esteem: A Parent Involvement Program for Improving Self-Esteem and Preventing Drug and Alcohol Abuse, K-6 by Sandy McDaniel, Peggy Bielen, 1991-02-01
  6. Addressing the Threats of MDMA (Ecstasy): Implications for School Health Professionals, Parents, and Community Members.: An article from: Journal of School Health by Ralph Wood, Linda B. Synovitz, 2001-01-01
  7. Parents, getting a Head Start against drugs: Trainer's guide (DHHS publication) by Sylvia Carter, 1993
  8. Parenting for Prevention : Raising a Child to Say No to Alcohol and Other Drugs by David J. Wilmes, 1991-07
  9. Mountain education: The answer to the "3 D's" : drinking, driving & drugs : a communication manual for parents by Dennis R Clodi, 1984
  10. Doing drug education: A drug education resource package for police officers to use in their work with parents and school staff by Myra Browne, 1994
  11. Drug abuse, a guide for parents and teachers by F. Gerald St. Bouver, 1969
  12. For parents only: Toward preventing youth alcohol and drug abuse by Theresa M Theroux, 1986
  13. The Plug-In Drug: Television, Computers, and Family Life by Marie Winn, 2002-03-26
  14. Public education in the new millennium: A handbook for parents and educators on how to save our schools and prevent violence, drug abuse, and other human disasters by John F Magill, 2000

21. Parents, Kids, And Drug Education: What You Need To Know To Get Through To Your
Accessed July 25, 2000. 2. Facts for parents. American Council for drug education.Available online at http//

22. Keremeos Detachment RCMP/GRC
Local detachment information and community services including Block parents, Citizens on Patrol and drug Abuse Resistance education.
Keremeos Detachment
Royal Canadian Mounted Police
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The members of the Keremeos Detachment welcome all visitors to their web site. Any suggestions for inclusion on this site are welcomed.
The RCMP is Canada's national police service. Proud of our traditions and confident in meeting future challenges, we commit to preserve the peace, uphold the law and provide quality service in partnership with our communities.
Members of the Keremeos Detachment are committed to community based policing and have several partnerships with various agencies in the community. Members provide numerous school and public presentations throughout the year.
The boundaries of the Keremeos Detachment are north from Nickel Plate mine to intersection of Green Mountain Road at Hwy. 3A, south to Keremeos Columns Park, east to Orofino Mtn., south to the U.S. border. West from Nickel Plate mine, south to Hwy. 3 at Nickle Plate Road, west to Placer Mtn., south to Flat Top Mtn., then to the U.S. border.
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23. PRIDE-Omaha Home Page
a special grant with the Nebraska Department of education drugFree Schools Coordinator,the curriculum is meant to provide teachers, parents, youth leaders
Click here for SAFE HOMES Over Twenty-Five Years Of Working To Keep Children Safe And Drug-Free What Does It Mean? "420" has become a code word, especially among adolescents, for smoking marijuana and getting high. Click here to learn more about "420" and marijuana. TAKE A PEAK AT WHAT'S NEW ! Click here for the latest edition of the PRIDE-Omaha, Inc. Newsletter Alcohol Alert... Just click here. Marijuana Menace Just click here. Talking About Tobacco... Just click here. Don't Underestimate Secondhand Smoke! Click below for important information. AMERICANS FOR NON-SMOKERS RIGHTS - CAMPAIGN FOR TOBACCO-FREE KIDS - AMERICAN LUNG ASSOCIATION - CENTER FOR DISEASE CONTROL - ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY - THE TRUTH ABOUT SECONDHAND TOBACCO SMOKE SECONDHAND SMOKE HURTS BABIES AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION -

24. The Benevolent & Protective Order Of Elks Of The USA
are not experts in the field of drug education. literature developed by authoritieson drug awareness literature to students, their teachers and their parents.
Elks Drug Awareness Resource Center Elks Youth Activities ... Hoop Shoot Soccer Shoot Drug Education Scholarships
Stuff for Parents Stuff for Kids Free Resources ... Members Only Updated Daily: Substance Abuse News Welcome! Welcome to the Drug Awareness Program's online resource center. Since its inception in 1983, the Elks Drug Awareness Program has worked to prevent drug use by our youth through education. The Elks recognize that they are not experts in the field of drug education. However, we do have the resources in dollars, facilities and volunteers to work with the experts to ensure that young people know the facts about drugs. In addition to sponsoring seminars, workshops and drug-free functions, we print and distribute literature developed by authorities on drug awareness. Since 1983, we've printed and handed out more than 125 million pieces of literature to students, their teachers and their parents. We hope that through this resource center, we can reach even more people. You have our permission to print and distribute this material.

25. LNESC Of Chicago Home Page
Offers a range of education and scholarship fund programs provided by the League of United Latin American Citizens. Includes details on its programs for parents and students, along with drug prevention and education programs.
Our Services Contact Us Our Organization LULAC National Educational Service Centers, Inc. Site created with Microsoft® FrontPage® 2000

26. Education Queensland Parents And Students
Where parents stand; schools+parents magazine; Year through State Schools of Distanceeducation in 2004 Access Schools (CAS); drug education; Financial assistance;
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27. Informing Parents And Community - Involving The Community - Drug Education
offer parents drug information sessions that are accessible to a range of cultural inthe review of school statements and programs relating to drug education;
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... Involving the community
Drug education
Informing parents and community
Parents need to know that the school:
  • is a smoke free environment teaches students and staff how to safely dispose of needles, syringes and sharps bins advocates the safe and responsible use of medicines follows a harm minimisation approach to the use of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs prohibits the use or possession of alcohol, tobacco or illicit drugs at school will take action when information about drug use or possession at school is disclosed has procedures for managing drug related incidents provides referral and counselling for students with drug-related problems.
To inform the community the school can:
  • design a pamphlet for parents that answers their most commonly asked questions provide families with access to appropriate advice and recommended support agencies for assistance with drug-related issues publicise the school support system and its availability for any members of the school community experiencing drug problems ensure a school environment that encourages any student experiencing drug related problems to seek help provide training for school staff in the disposal of needles, syringes and sharps bins

28. Higher Education Center: The Parent Connection
Many institutions of higher education are developing written in deciding under whatcircumstances parents should be violates alcohol or other drug rules or laws
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powered by FreeFind Alcohol and Other Drug Prevention: The Parent Connection Two of the biggest concerns parents have when they send their sons and daughters to college are whether they will be safe, and whether they will do well academically. Both of those concerns are legitimate, and both are closely related to alcohol and other drugs, whether used by the student or by their fellow students. So parents deserve to know what schools are doing to curb alcohol and other drug use, and college administrators must be prepared to answer tough questions about their alcohol and other drug prevention policies and programs. For Parents of College-Bound Students What Colleges Are Saying to Parents About Alcohol and Other Drugs Parental Notification Additional Resources For Parents of College-Bound Students The Center for Parental Freedom is a coalition of parents, teachers, pediatricians, psychologists, dentists and children who seek to have parental and personal rights respected in US schools and universities. This site is to provide accurate information, support, and resources to assist parents and others in raising children to be healthy, drug-free, productive adults. In pursuit of this mission, the Parenting

29. Drugscope - Education & Prevention
education Prevention Engaging parents in drug education Key Reading.Taking The Message Home Involving parents in drug education

30. Drug Education
A great way to help kids prepare for drugrelated situations is by acting out—also Afew to try My parents would kill me if they found out, and they always

DARE Office Staff DARE Program Update Request for Presentation ... Virginia D.A.R.E. Officers' *PDF Adobe File Help Your Kids Turn Down Drugs There's almost no way you can shield your kids from finding out that illegal drugs, alcohol and tobacco exist—but you can help your child say (or even yell) "No!" when offered these substances.
Before you work with your child on this issue, there's one thing you need to know: Kids don't usually get drugs from strangers. They get drugs from their friends. And that's the toughest issue of all—as you have to teach your kids that it's OK to say no to their friends, to the people they look to for validation, recognition, and fun. Strongly encourage them to avoid friendships with kids who use drugs.
A great way to help kids prepare for drug-related situations is by acting out—also known as role playing—scenarios with them. It's important to practice these scenarios with your kids before these situations really happen. Use the following scenarios as a starting point but create new ones based on your child's life:
  • Your daughter's soccer team won the big game and the kids have gathered under the bleachers for an unofficial after-game celebration. Take the role of one the most popular kids on the team and try to persuade your daughter to share a six-pack of beer. Help her develop firm (but friendly) phrases she can use to help her get out of the situation without alienating herself from her team. A few to try:

31. Information For Parents On The National School Drug Education Strategy
Information for parents on the National School drug education Strategy. July 2000.Introduction. Dr David Kemp Minister for education, Training and Youth Affairs.
Information for Parents on the National School Drug Education Strategy
July 2000
Dr David Kemp
Minister for Education, Training and Youth Affairs
Dear Parent, Our children are precious and we want them to have a safe place in which to learn and grow. We expect schools to be safe and healthy – and, of course, most of the time they are. But drug-taking among young people can make school a less safe and healthy place for all students, whether they use drugs or not. My reason for sending you this pamphlet is to let you know what is being done in schools across Australia to prevent drug abuse by young people and to help those who do get into trouble. All the Governments of Australia – the Federal Government, and all the State and Territory Governments – are working together on a National School Drug Education Strategy, for which my parliamentary Secretary, the Hon Trish Worth MP, has responsibility. One of the most important parts of that strategy is to encourage parents to become partners with teachers and family doctors in helping young people avoid drug-taking altogether, or treating those who are taking drugs. The school is important, but it isn’t just up to the school. It’s up to us all.

32. National School Drug Education Strategy
and Territory education jurisdictions to enhance school drug education programmes AustralianGovernment and include informing and involving parents, school and
School Drug Education
Homepage National School Drug Education Strategy The Principles for School Drug Education Strategic Framework REDI
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National School Drug Education Strategy
The National School Drug Education Strategy (NSDES) (PDF 135kb, 35 pages) forms one of a number of National Drug Action Plans developed under the National Drug Strategic Framework . The Plans set out the priorities for reducing the harm arising from the use of licit and illicit drugs, including alcohol; strategies for taking action on these priorities; and performance indicators. The NSDES was developed on the basis of a collaborative, intersectoral coordinated approach to drug education and reflects consideration of the issues raised by stakeholder groups in the initial consultations. It is consistent with the principles set out in the National Drug Strategic Framework. The Australian Government provided $27.3 million over four years to June 2003 for school drug education under the National Illicit Drug Strategy ‘Tough on Drugs’ initiative. $18 million of this sum was directed towards the enhancement of school drug education programmes under the NSDES and $9.3 million was allocated towards the management of drug related issues and incidents in schools by the Council of Australian Governments’ ‘Tough on Drugs’ in Schools measures. The NSDES will continue in 2003-04, with funding totalling $5.3 million directed toward building upon the progress achieved to date, and to foster the capacity of school communities to provide safe and supportive school environments for all Australian students.

33. : Parental Drug Education
(PhotoDisc), Schooled on drugs. Experts Urge parents to Educate Themselves on Patton seldest daughter died of an accidental overdose of the drug Ecstasy, the
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Parental influence has been found to be the No. 1 reason why some kids don't use drugs. That's why experts say communication is key. (PhotoDisc) Schooled on Drugs Experts Urge Parents to Educate Themselves on Dangers to Their Kids
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... Lowly Fruit Fly's Amazing Flight Secrets MORE ON THIS STORY RELATED STORIES Part 1: Media Portrayal of Drugs Part 2: Drug Treatment for Kids Heroin Addiction Sweeps Small Towns The grieving Chicago mother knew nothing about the popular drug, and was dumbfounded that her 23-year-old daughter, Kelley McEnery Baker, could have been using it without her knowledge. It's been three years, but the day remains fresh in Patton's mind. One thing has changed, however, and that's how much she knows about the the dangers of drugs. In fact, since her daughter's death, Patton has made it her mission to educate parents and kids, particularly about "club drugs" like Ecstasy.

34. 16.11.98 - Key Role For Parents In Drug Education
Key role for parents in drug education. We also know that young people in NorthernIreland acknowledge the role their parents have in respect of drug education.

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Mission: To make health a top priority for everyone in Northern Ireland.
Press Release 16.11.98 Key role for parents in drug education Two out of every three parents in Northern Ireland are worried that their children may get involved in taking drugs or solvents, according to research commissioned by the Health Promotion Agency for Northern Ireland. The figure was revealed today, the beginning of European Drug Prevention Week, as the Agency launched the third phase of a major public information campaign on drugs. The aim of the campaign is to encourage parents to talk to their children about drugs. Parents will be targeted with television advertising and support materials. Speaking at the launch from Sprucefield Shopping Centre, Lisburn, Rob Phipps, Alcohol and Drugs Programme Manager for the Health Promotion Agency said: "We all know that drugs are out there, so young people are at risk of experimenting and becoming involved in more regular drug taking. We also know that young people in Northern Ireland acknowledge the role their parents have in respect of drug education. Young people will listen to their parents about drugs if the information they are receiving is accurate and consistent."

35. Student Wellbeing - Drug Education - Parent Information - Drug Information For P
people; Associated harms; Why do young people use drugs; How can parents influencedecision 22, 2003 © State of Victoria (Department of education Training
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Parent Information - Drug Information for Parents
Please note: the following brochures were originally designed to be used in conjunction with, and as supporting documentation to programs run for parents of school communities. This brochure includes accurate and factual information about the most common drugs as well as:

36. Drug Education In Primary Schools
drug education in primary schools information for parents. Why havedrug education in primary schools? Children learn about drugs
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Why have drug education in primary schools?
Children learn about drugs like medicines, alcohol and tobacco from their families and the community in which they live. They learn how their parents, brothers and sisters, friends and relatives treat these drugs by watching what they do and listening to what they say. Young children also learn about drugs from television programs and magazines that they see in their own homes in the homes of relatives and friends.
School drug education programs aim to give children accurate information about drugs and drug use. Students learn safety messages about medicines and develop the skills that they need to stay safe around drugs such as tobacco and alcohol.
What is a drug?

37. Drug Education In Secondary Schools
drug education in secondary schools information for parents. Why have drugeducation in secondary schools? Teenagers learn about drugs in many ways.
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Public ... Professional Support >> Drug Education in Secondary Schools Home Finding a Public School Going to a Public School Learning and Teaching ... Calendar Drug education in secondary schools - information for parents
Why have drug education in secondary schools?
Teenagers learn about drugs in many ways. They see drugs and drug use on TV, in movies and magazines. They may have seen people they know using drugs such as alcohol, tobacco and prescribed medicines.
School drug education aims to give young people accurate information about drugs and drug use. Students learn the importance of a healthy lifestyle while they develop and practice skills that will help them stay safe.
What is a drug?
Generally, a drug changes how the mind and body works. All drugs, whether legal or illegal, have the potential to cause harm.
Legal drugs include caffine, alcohol, tobacco and medicines. Some legal drugs, however, have restrictions placed on them that makes their sale or use illegal. For example, it is illegal to sell or supply alcohol or tobacco to people under the age of 18.

38. For Parents
If the school does not have a drugs policy, you and other parents can encourage clubor group, talk to the workers and ask what type of drug education they are
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Drug education in schools
Some drug education is part of the National Cirriculum in England and Wales and it's taught in science, personal, social and health education (PSHE) and citizenship lessons. What are children taught about drugs?
How can you get involved?

What if your child gets in trouble with drugs at school?
What are children taught about drugs?
See the Department of Education and Skills website for more information. key stage age what are children taught?
  • about the role of drugs as medicines that medicines and other household products can be harmful if not used properly the effects on the body of drugs, including alcohol and tobacco, in relation to personal health legal and illegal substances, their risks and effects

39. For Parents
This also involves looking at drug education in schools. Ofsted published a reportin 1997 called drug education in Schools. Back to the top back to the top.
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Drug Action Team (DAT)
Drug Prevention and Schools (Circular 4/95)

Drug-related incidents

School drug policy
DRUG ACTION TEAM (DAT) There are DATs, or their equivalent, throughout England, Scotland and Wales. Their job is to deal with drug issues in their local area. They deal with planning and policy. Members of the committee include the police, social workers, drug agency workers, probation officers, doctors and teachers. back to the top DRUG PREVENTION AND SCHOOLS (CIRCULAR 4/95) A document written by the Department of Education and Skills (DfES) offering guidance about what schools need to teach children about drugs and how. It also advises schools about what they can do to deal with incidents involving pupils and drugs in school. To get a free copy of Circular 4/95 contact: Department of Education and Skills, Publications Centre, PO Box 5050, Sudbury, Suffolk CO10 6ZQ. Telephone: 0845 60 222 60. You can see a copy here You can find more info on the Department of Education and Skills website back to the top DRUG-RELATED INCIDENTS Suspicious events or circumstances connected to drugs (including alcohol, tobacco and volatile substances) involving pupils in schools.

40. Drug Education - Information For Parents And Caregivers
drug education Information for parents and Caregivers (Links toEnglish resource, PDF file - 28 KB). This document is available

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