Drug Prevention/Abuse Resources
Above the Influence
An interactive website for teens offering videos and valuable insights on staying drug free, handling peer pressure, doctor Q&A, and advice from teens for teens on behalf of the National Youth Anti-Drug Media Campaign.
The national public education campaign sponsored by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to help encourage and motivate 9- to 13- year-old girls to make the most of their lives.
Partnership for Drug-Free Kids
Teen treatment stories and answers to common teen questions about drugs and alcohol.
Students Against Destructive Decisions (formally known as Students Against Drunk Driving)
Help for teens who drink or use drugs and all those who love them!
What’s Driving You?
An interactive, thought-provoking, educational experience for young adults who are concerned about drinking and driving.
Beacon Street Girls
The award-winning Beacon Street Girls book series is committed to the health and well-being of ‘tween’ girls (age 9 -13). Book 7 in the series, entitled Freaked Out includes frank discussions about peer pressure and alcohol use, as well as Dr. Knight’s Top ten Reasons why drinking alcohol is dangerous for young people
Contract for Life
Students Against Destructive Decisions’ (SADD) Contract for Life asks you to agree never to accept a ride from a driver who has been drinking alcohol or using other drugs, and to always wear a seat belt. Our center suggests that you and your parents have a discussion about this contract, and make a plan for safe rides home.
Pledge for Life
SADD’s Pledge for Life is designed to keep you (age 18+) safe from either driving after drinking, accepting a ride from an impaired driver, or walking home alone. It asks you to identify 3 friends or family members willing to serve as a ‘committed other’. The designated ‘committed other’ agrees to help you get home safely if called.