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         Drug Education For Parents:     more books (58)
  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. 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
  4. 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
  5. Q.A. on drug education: Basic information for students, parents, schools, libraries, law enforcement & community agencies (Passbook series) by Jack Rudman, 1983
  6. Raising Drug-Free Kids: 100 Tips for Parents by Aletha Solter, 2006-08-29
  7. Understanding Drugs: A Handbook for Parents, Teachers and Other Professionals (Manchester Metropolitan University Education Series) by David Emmett, Graeme Nice, 1996-11
  8. 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
  9. 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
  10. Success Stories from Drug-Free Schools: A Guide for Educators, Parents & Policymakers by U.S. Department of Education, 1991
  11. Preparing for the Drug (Free) Years: A Family Activity Book by J. David Hawkins, Richard F. Catalano, et all 1988
  12. 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
  13. The Safety Crusaders: Safety & Protection Information For Parents And Children by Brian Cox, Rob Knight, 2008-10-22
  14. Behaviour Exchange Systems Training: A Program for Parents Stressed by Adolescent Substance Abuse by Anne Blyth, John W. Toumbourou, et all 2000-04

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. ADF | Press Releases
Experts calls for drug education for parents. Day two of the 1 stInternational Conference on Drugs and Young People saw experts
Experts calls for drug education for parents Day two of the st International Conference on Drugs and Young People saw experts calling for parents to be educated in how to recognise the signs that their children are using drugs. Dr John Toumbourou, from the Centre for Adolescent Health, said professionals needed to give parents of drug users more support and listen to their concerns. He called for increased education to enable parents to recognise their children were taking drugs as this meant they were better equipped to help them. A new program called PACE Tony Trimingham, whose son died of a heroin overdose, said parents needed more support but warned experts should not undermine parent’s skills. "Parents need acknowledgement," he said. "The need to be accepted as people who are the experts on their own kids". For more information, please contact Karen Valentine, Media Officer, Australian Drug Foundation on 0410 409 200.
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Founded in 1977 by Thomas J. Gleaton Ed.D. and Marsha Keith Schuchard, PRIDE (parents'Resource Institute for drug education), is the largest organization in
Thank you for visiting the web site. ABOUT PRIDE: Founded in 1977 by Thomas J. Gleaton Ed.D. and Marsha Keith Schuchard, PRIDE ( Parents' Resource Institute for Drug Education ), is the largest organization in the nation devoted to drug- and violence-free youth. With programs devoted to reach parents and youth at home, school and work, PRIDE has made significant contribution in communities across America and around the world. Major PRIDE programs include the PRIDE Survey (student drug use and violence questionnaires), the Annual PRIDE World Drug Conference and the PRIDE Youth training programs (America's PRIDE, Club PRIDE and PRIDE Pals). For program information, click on the following links: For information on how to conduct a PRIDE Survey, National Drug Use and Violence Statistics and general drug information click on: For information on PRIDE Youth programs and the Annual PRIDE World Drug conference click on:

5. ACDE Home Page
Substance abuse prevention and education agency offers programs and materials based on scientific research on drug use and its impact on society. marijuana there is a great risk of upsetting their parents (67% vs. 64%). (Partnership for a drugFree America 1999)
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The American Council for Drug Education is a substance abuse prevention and education agency that develops programs and materials based on the most current scientific research on drug use and its impact on society. ACDE has an exciting range of educational programs and services designed to engage teens, address the needs of parents, and provide employers, educators, health professionals, policy-makers and the media with authoritative information on tobacco, alcohol and drugs such as marijuana, cocaine and heroin. Click on the images on the right to find more information. Click here to find out more about Phoenix House, ACDE's parent company

6. Higher Education Center For Alcohol And Other Drug Prevention
Official US Department of education page devoted to alcohol and other drug prevention includes consultation services and an area for students. Presidents Leadership Group. parents. Students. Announcements New Grant Competition The Higher education Center for Alcohol and Other drug Prevention. is a project of Health and
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. Our Services What's New?

7. Parents Resource Institute And Youth Drug Education
parents Resource Institute and Youth drug education.
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Hugs Not Drugs
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8. Parents. The Anti-Drug.
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See what the experts have to say about teens and marijuana use. Talking to Your Kids about War
Tips for answering their tough questions. Marijuana: It's More Harmful Than We Thought... Especially for Girls
Parents are the first line of defense in warning their daughters about the risks of using marijuana and alcohol. When Mom or Dad Does Drugs or Drinks Too Much
They look like regular, fun-loving kids. But behind those sweet young faces they have a secretMom or Dad has a drug or alcohol problem. Teachers play a critical role
Find education resources and classroom activities here. @Work : Help your employees keep kids drug free. Grandparents have a special bond.

9. Safety First
Resources for parents about teens, drugs, and drug education. Strategies for home and school.

10. Partnership For A Drug-Free America®
Tips on talking to kids about drugs, as well as information on specific drugs, slang names for drugs, Category Health Teen Health drugs and Alcohol...... Features parents of Teen Addicts Share Stories The Mom committed to a continual,ongoing education process about is an amphetaminelike drug that stimulates
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Alcohol Awareness Month
encourages local communities to focus on alcoholism and alcohol-related issues and to find solutions that work. This year’s theme is "Give Children a Chance End Underage Drinking." The National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence also invites all Americans to participate in Alcohol-Free Weekend (April 4-6, 2003). Alcohol Awareness Month began in 1987 as a way to inform the public about alcoholism that it is a treatable disease, not a moral weakness, and that alcoholics are capable of recovery.

11. Provides Helpful Information And Resources On Everything From Suici
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.
Not My Kid, Inc. is a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping parents get educated about youth behavioral health issues including substance abuse, ADHD, lying, suicide and depression.
YES! Survey
: A 10-15 Minute Survey that pinpoints your childs strengths and weaknesses. Parent Articles : A wide variety of articles written by professionals. Topics include: Learning Concerns Lying Substance Abuse Bipolar Disorder ... Anxiety Disorder , and Suicide Support Groups : Find a support group in your area, or post information about one. Treatment Facilities : Search through our database to find a facility close to you.

12. October 2002 Show Resources -- Protecting Your Child
Resources and publications for parents and schools. Safe and drug Free Schools Program.This US Department of education site offers a comprehensive selection of
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To be issued Protecting Your Child Resources and publications for parents and schools Safe and Drug Free Schools Program This U.S. Department of Education site offers a comprehensive selection of on-line resources, publications, and websites on various safety topics including, drug abuse prevention, violence prevention, and healthy schools. National Center for Missing and Exploited Children NCMEC serves as the nation's resource center for child protection. NCMEC's services include providing assistance to parents, children, law enforcements, schools and the community in recovering missing children. In addition, NCMEC raises public awareness about ways to help prevent child abduction, molestation and sexual exploitation. The site includes many resources for parents and communities. Institute on Family and Neighborhood Life The Institute helps to generate, share, and apply the research foundation for youth, family, and community development. Work at INFL starts from the premises that strong communities support strong families and vice-versa, and that both are necessary for healthy development of children and youth.

13. Familyrapp - A Parents Magazine Covering Parenting Advice And Family Issues, Fro
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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The Parkinson's Disease Society (PDS) launched its annual Parkinson’s Awareness Week on 6th April 2003. The week, which runs from 6th-13th April 2003, incorporates World Parkinson’s Day on the 11th of April and finishes with the Flora London Marathon on Sunday 13th of April, 2003 We seem to be constantly bombarded with warnings and information on the rise of one disease or another, which is obviously going to affect our attitudes towards certain conditions and play on our fears to a degree. Parkinson's disease for example affects one million people in the UK, and about 10,000 people are diagnosed in the UK each year - that's 27 every day. Parkinson's is a progressive, neurological disorder, which is mainly treated with drugs and it can affect all aspects of a person's life. It occurs when cells in the part of the brain which controls movement are lost, hence people with Parkinson's experience shaking, slowness of movement and muscle stiffness. In addition, people with the condition can also lose up to 93% of their ability to communicate. Usually symptoms appear after the age of 50 and the risk of developing Parkinson's increases with age. However, one in 20 people diagnosed are under the age of 40. (This is known as young-onset Parkinson's disease). Famous cases have helped to raise the profile of the condition and alter public attitudes. Muhammad Ali, Michael J Fox and Ray Kennedy have all fought to put Parkinson's disease on the agenda and moreover raise public awareness of the disease and the symptoms.

14. National Families In Action
Republic. One, Don't You DARE, published March 3, 1997, attackedthe popular drugeducation program. New Site for parents. Visit

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15. 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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16. 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.
We would like to thank the following:
Guernsey Children's Promise - for their donation which enabled us to publish this website
Submarine Limited - for turning my ideas into a great website!

17. Drug Education Resources
Providing up to date information. This site is for those providing drug education and prevention for young people, their parents and carers.
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
    Please click here for voluntary registration form. This will help us develop and maintain the site so it can be best tailored to suit our users.
    This part of is managed by DrugScope on behalf of the Department of Health. Click here for contact details of the DrugScope project staff.
  • 18. Health Education: Stress, Depression, Anxiety, Drug Use
    Illustrated book explains the medical basis of stress, depression, anxiety, and drug abuse. Learn about brain chemical messengers and get links. 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.
    The Medical Basis of Stress, Depression, Anxiety, Sleep Problems, and Drug Use
    (presented FREE for you to read)
    Explained in Fun, Easy to Read, Format
    More than ONE MILLION visitors to this page since January 1997.
    EN ESPANOL Spanish translation by Silvia Winowski.
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    Recognizing Stress
    Most people are exposed to much higher levels of stress than they realize.
    Your Stress Scale
    A self-test you can use to determine how much stress your are really facing.
    Brain Chemical Messengers
    Brain cells "talk to each other" by means of chemical messengers. When a person is exposed to too much stress, chemical communication in the brain begins to fail. When these messengers fail, a person suffers from sleep disturbance, aches and pains, depression and anxiety. This condition is called OVERSTRESS.
    Three Happy Messengers
    Three brain messengers control your sleeping, your energy levels, and your feelings of pain and pleasure.
    Chemicals from the grocery store shelf, as well as drugs, can temporarily restore your brain messenger function but not completely, and not for long.These substances are called "Pick-Me-Up's." Pick-Me-Up's are the WRONG way to handle overstress.

    19. 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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    Facts on Popular Drugs
    One or more of the following signs could indicate possible drug use:
  • Track or needle marks (usually on arms, hands,neck,legs)
  • 20. 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 Winners of the 2002 ADF Awards Subscribe to Drug Leads, our free e-newsletter 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
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    PO Box 818 North Melbourne VIC 3051
    Phone: 03 9278 8100 Fax: 03 9328 3008
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