For educators, parents, grandparents…anyone who interacts with children. Get resources on how to talk to kids about harmful behaviors.
You are the most important person in your child’s life. The resources on this site will help guide you in using your greatest strengths– your love for your children, your concern for their well-being and skills you already have– to help keep your children away from drugs and other kinds of problem behaviors.
Grandparents can be a powerful influence in the lives of their grandchildren. Grandparents are often people that a child respects and admires and does not want to disappoint; they are looked up to and their opinions are valued.
A five-minute conversation now can make a huge difference toward keeping your kids away from drugs.So, Take Five and start talking with your kids today.
“After experiencing the impact addiction and substance abuse had on my family I decided to make sure other families have all the help and the support they need. I am excited to work with the Partnership to positively influence people of all ages as well as to bring about changes in the way adults store medications to prevent misuse and abuse. Together the Partnership and I can help create healthier and safer communities.”