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There Is Hope: An Alcohol Intervention Success Story

While in the midst of dealing with family addiction to drugs or alcohol, the idea of a happy ending may seem impossible. The pain, lies, deceit, trauma, demoralization, illness and financial ruin caused by an addicted family member can be more devastating to a family than any other affliction in our society. Even compared to other deadly diseases, addiction also comes with feelings of anger and resentment that the loved one cannot or does not change. Continue reading There Is Hope: An Alcohol Intervention Success Story

One Simple Step Parents Can Take to Prevent Teen Drug Use

Ok parents, are you overwhelmed with the stories circulating through social media and the news about today’s drug epidemic in the United States? Do the daunting statistics about drug and alcohol use in your city make you want to hide your head in the sand? Continue reading One Simple Step Parents Can Take to Prevent Teen Drug Use

5 Parent Tips for Keeping Kids Away from Drugs and Alcohol

I am asked daily, by concerned parents, relatives and friends of teenagers, what can be done to keep teens away from the drugs and alcohol that seem to permeate our schools. The statistics surrounding teen drug and alcohol use are daunting and justify action by those concerned  for a loved one. The average age today for a teen to first use alcohol is 13. The statistics on drug use are equally terrifying. Continue reading 5 Parent Tips for Keeping Kids Away from Drugs and Alcohol

Let Us Help You Educate Your Students About the Dangers of Addiction

As students have been taught sex ed over the years, the curriculum has evolved to properly include a discussion on drugs and alcohol (at most schools).  However, according to our research, this topic is still secondary in the curriculum to sex, pregnancy and STDs. Continue reading Let Us Help You Educate Your Students About the Dangers of Addiction