Teen Intervene is a “brief, early intervention program for 12-19 year olds who display the early stages of alcohol or drug involvement.” This program is […]
The consequences of substance use disorders in youth are significant, cumulative, and far-reaching in human and financial terms. A substance use disorder is a disease that is routinely associated with a costly combination of social, physical, mental, and public health problems.
This free application for your smart phone or computer helps you plan and practice conversations with your child about drinking. It provides real life scenarios […]
This 20 Minute Guide provides parents with a variety of skills to help motivate their child to engage in and sustain positive behavior change. It […]
This book, authored by directors from the Center for Motivation and Change, provides evidence-based strategies for engaging with a loved one who is drinking or […]
This resource offers information and tips to help you begin addressing a son or daughter’s known or suspected substance use, with an emphasis on communications […]
This overview article provides information about what screening and intervention tools are and who should be providing such practices.
This article provides a clear and concise list of warning signs associated with teen substance use as well as statistics related to age at first […]
This resource provides evidence-based education about opioid-associated overdose and how naloxone can be used to reduce overdose deaths from opioids. Get Naloxone Now provides individual […]
This guide aims to answers parents’ most pressing questions about speaking with a child about his or her drug or alcohol use. It provides information […]
This resource walks parents through the steps they should take once they suspect that their child is using drugs or alcohol. It provides answers to […]