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  1. Drug Education for Children Aged 4-11: A Quick Guide (Quick guide series) by Janice Slough, 1995-12
  2. It's O.K. To Say No To Drugs: (A Parent/Child Manual for the Education of Children) (A Parent/Child Manual for the Education of Children) by Dr. Mitch Golant, Bob Crane, 1987
  3. Survival against drugs: education for school-age children.: An article from: Journal of Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Nursing by Linda Finke, Judy Williams, et all 2002-10-01
  4. The Contribution of Youth Services to Drug Education: A Report by Great Britain. Office for Standards in Education, Great Britain, 1997-03
  5. Alcohol as a gateway drug: Implications for prevention and education for American children and adolescents by Judith K Lawrence, 1989
  6. Drug Education for Young People Aged 11-18: A Quick Guide (Quick guides) by Janice Slough, 1995-01
  7. Alcohol and drug education for parents by Sally Sue Crawford, 1992
  8. Etiology of Substance Use Disorder in Children and Adolescents: Emerging Findings from the Center for Education and Drug Abuse Research by Ralph Tarter, Michael Van Yukov, 2002-04-24
  9. Working With Children & Families Affected by Substance Abuse: A Guide for Early Childhood Education and Human Service Staff by Kathleen Pullan Watkins, Lucius, Jr. Durant, 1996-05
  10. Prescription and Nonprescription Medication for Children: What Parents Need to Know by M.D. Max Van Gilder, Shelagh Ryan Masline, 1997-07-01
  11. Impact of drug education hearing before the Subcommittee on Children, Family, Drugs, and Alcoholism of the Committee on Labor and Human Resources, United ... on examining the need for drug abuse... by Family, Drugs and Alcoholism, . United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Labor and Human Resources. Subcommittee on Children, 1986-01-01
  12. Drug Education (Pse in Focus) by Sue Allerston, Pru Davis, et all 2000-10
  13. Education Crucial for Violent Children, Families.: An article from: Clinical Psychiatry News by Winnie Anne Imperio, 2001-06-01
  14. 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

1. National Children's Bureau - Drug Education Forum
projects. drug education for children and Young People in Public Care (DEPC). Allchildren and young people are entitled to receive effective drug education.

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3. "The Mendez Foundation - The Innovator In Drug And Violence Prevention Education
A substance abuse and violence prevention organization, focuses on alcohol, tobacco and drug prevention education among children and teenagers.


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4. Guernsey Drug Concern - Home
drug use and abuse. Information and help organisation dedicated to the education of parents and children regarding issues pertaining to recreational drug use and abuse.
If you have a project for school or college and want more information or have a specific question - use the feedback form. Send mail to with questions or comments about the site. Drug Concern, education, counselling and support for the Bailiwick. TO DRUG CONCERN'S HOMEPAGE
We hope you will find it a useful source of information about drugs. If you have any questions about drugs or drugs issues, feel free to email us anytime and we'll get back to you as soon as possible. Our contact details can be found at the bottom of this page. Use the arrows to the left to move up or down the page.
The Drug Concern Project is run by a committed team of professionals. We offer community focussed therapeutic interventions, delivered within a well-established framework which is non-judgemental and confidential.
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5. 21st Century Community Learning Centers (CCLC) Home Page
The focus of this program, authorized under Title X, Part I, of the Elementary and Secondary education Act, is to provide expanded learning opportunities for participating children in a safe, drugfree and supervised environment. The 21st Century Community Learning Centers (CLC) program enables schools to stay open longer providing a safe place for homework centers, and intensive mentoring in basic skills.
Sign up now for the 21st Century Community Learning Centers Summer Institute , June 23-24, 2003, at the Wardman Park Marriott Hotel in Washington, D.C. The Institute will focus on ensuring that all programs provide exciting and effective content enrichment and will feature high-quality reading, mathematics, science, arts, technology and homework programs. Registration for up to 1,200 participants will be on a first come, first served basis. 21st Century Community Learning Centers Non-Regulatory Guidance (February 2003) When Schools Stay Open Late: The National Evaluation of the 21st Century Community Learning Centers Program, First Year Findings The Department of Education will no longer hold discretionary grant competitions for the 21st Century Community Learning Centers. Consistent with the Elementary and Secondary Education Act as reauthorized by the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001, the program is transitioning to a state administered program.
Many states around the country are conducting competitions to award 21st Century Community Learning Center grants. Check the State program page for:

6. Council For Exceptional Children
Guide to professional development opportunities and specialized support divisions offered by the organization. ED Issues Draft Guidance on Safe and drugFree Schools Act Help children in Afghanistan Get an education. You and your students can help children in Afghanistan receive the basic
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7. Drug Prevention And Education For Children
A Christian charity providing education and training for parents, churches and voluntary youth organisati Category Regional Europe Society and Culture Issues drugs......drug prevention, education and training from Hope UK a Christian charity. Speakersand resources to help children, parents and organisations with a drug free
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9. D.A.R.E.
Illustrated book explains the medical basis of stress, depression, anxiety, and drug abuse. Learn about brain chemical messengers and get links. Basis of Stress, Depression, Anxiety, Sleep Problems, and drug Use Our mission is health education, particularly at a high school INLAWS OR WITH children 25 26.OUTSTANDING PERSONAL
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10. Drug Abuse Resistance Education (UK) Ltd
A Charity established to reduce drug, solvent and alcohol abuse and violence by teaching children the consequences and resistance skills.
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11. Higher Education Center: The Parent Connection
associated with alcohol and other drug use on competition sponsored by the US Departmentof education. for parents and guardians of children, adolescent and
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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

12. PR Newswire: CCHR Says Federal Resolution Strikes Effective Blow To Behavioral D
Citizens Commission on Human Rights endorses Congressman Schaffer's resolution to use proven academic solutions instead of drugs to resolve behavior, attention and education problems.
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CCHR Says Federal Resolution Strikes Effective Blow to Behavioral Drug Use on Children. Author/s: Issue: April 6, 2000 LOS ANGELES, April 6 /PRNewswire/ In the latest counter against the nation's epidemic of behavioral psychotropic drugs use on children, Congressman Bob Schaffer (Colo) introduced legislation this week to the House of Representatives encouraging school personnel to use proven academic and/or classroom management solutions instead of drugs to resolve behavior, attention and learning problems. This mirrors the concern of the Colorado State Board of Education last year which passed a resolution warning about the negative consequences in which psychiatric drugs had been used to quell disciplinary problems in classrooms. Mr. Bruce Wiseman, the U.S. President of the Citizens Commission on Human Rights (CCHR) welcomed Congressman Schaffer's resolution as "a step towards dismantling the profitable business of drugging millions of normal children with mind-altering and often addictive psychiatric drugs, and returning schools to halls of learning." Congressman Schaffer cited an 800% increase in the use of behavioral drugs in children over the past decade and said that many kids today are "automatically forced into this drastic measure [of drug] therapy before more conventional methods have been attempted."

13. Drug Education Programs Are Inefffective - Addictions & Children At BellaOnline
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Drug Education Programs Are Inefffective By Susan Hubenthal A study published in the Spring 2001 Journal of Drug Education, concluded that the school drug education programs are ineffective. Yet, DARE (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) and LST (Life Skills Training) are continuing to be funded. The federal government spends $2 billion annually for research and program support, with the total annual spending nationwide nearly $5 billion. The 1994 Safe and Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act shot down opportunities for alternative approaches in favor of these educational programs. The defects in DARE were downplayed. The Act failed to live up to its mandate, “that by the year 2000, all schools in America will be free of drugs and violence.” The federal government advocates drug education programs that it knows does not work. Claims of effectiveness are based on flawed research, as scientists who make those claims compete to develop profitable programs. Ironically, the same group of researchers often sit on panels evaluating their own work. The LST program is in place in approximately 3,000 schools and has taught this class to over 800,000 students. DARE (in spite of it’s admitted ineffectiveness) has so far been shoved down the throats of 36 million students, and is still being taught in 80% of the nation’s school districts. Some proponents of the LST program go so far as to say that it could reduce tobacco, marijuana and alcohol use among young people by as much as 75%.

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15. Drug Policy Alliance: Children, Education And The War On Drugs
No. drug Abuse Resistance education (DARE) reaches over 70% of elementary schoolchildren in the United States, making it far and away the most prevalent drug
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Children, Education and the War on Drugs Compiled by Drug Policy Alliance. 2002.
How does the drug war affect American children?
  • Nearly 2 million minors have at least one parent behind bars in the U.S Fueled largely by the drug war, the incarcerated population in the United States has ballooned from 500,000 in 1980 to more than 2 million people in 2000. There are now nearly half a million non-violent drug offenders in federal, state, and local prisons and jails for violating a drug law - a greater number than Western Europe incarcerates for all offenses. Many non-violent drug offenders are first time offenders, and an increasing number are women - 7 out of 10 of whom have a child under the age of 18.
    Half of all American juveniles in custody today have a father, mother or other close relative who has been in jail or prison

16. 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.
Welcome to the substance abuse information page for parents. This page is intended to give information about substance abuse. It's purpose is to help the parent identify specific drug use. The risk factor sheet will help evaluate a child's potential misuse of drugs. Education , prevention,and methods of treatment of substance abuse are also offered here. The following sites are offered for the convenience of others, and not all are officially endorsed or sanctioned by the groups described within, nor does the listing of any group here imply that I endorse, recommend, or belong to it. Cross references to other Web sites are included. Index Table Facts on Popular Drugs Education and Prevention The Effects Of Alcohol On The Brain Alcohol Effects On the Mind And Body ...
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  • 17. National Children's Bureau - Drug Education Forum
    Forum (DEF) is working to achieve the provision of effective drug education for all children and young people in England.
    drug education forum The Drug Education Forum (DEF) is working to achieve the provision of effective drug education for all children and young people in England. The DEF promotes and supports children and young people's involvement in the development of drug education policy and practice. DEF members are leading national organisations from education, health and the voluntary sector which either have drug education as a primary activity or offer a service to those who provide drug education. Through the DEF, members work together to improve strategic policy and practice around drug education. Information on membership, aims and objectives, services provided and current projects is available at the Drug Education Forum website (link will open in a new window). The Drug Education Forum is hosted by the National Children's Bureau.
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    18. Drug Policy Alliance: Children, Education And The War On Drugs
    Search. Home Publications and Library Fact Sheets children andEducation, Marijuana The Facts. What's Wrong With the drug War?

    19. "The Mendez Foundation - The Innovator In Drug And Violence Prevention Education
    A substance abuse and violence prevention organization that focuses on alcohol, tobacco and drug prevention education among children and teenagers, as well as teaching balanced, positive, healthy living.

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    20. Drug Education Resources
    UK resource for individuals involved in drug education and prevention includes teaching materials and links to activities and organizations. Welcome to the drug education and Prevention Information Service (DEPIS) web site. children and Families Alcohol and drugs Service (added 13 November 2002)
    Drug Education and Prevention Information Service (DEPIS) Home Home Directory Projects Resources ... Useful Contacts
    Welcome to the Drug Education and Prevention Information Service (DEPIS) web site. This database is for planners and providers of drug education and prevention in both school and community settings. It may also be of use to young people, parents and carers.
    You can search for:
  • Project evaluations
  • Information about resources , such as leaflets, books and videos that have been independently reviewed by our expert panel.
  • Drug education and prevention projects and activities. There is also an opportunity for you to send us details of your drug education and prevention projects and any resource materials you produce.
    For more details about this database and how to use it please see
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    This part of is managed by DrugScope on behalf of the Department of Health. Click here for contact details of the DrugScope project staff.
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