National Resources

  • SAMHSA-Wordmark-FINALSubstance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)
    1. Information for parents, caregivers, and teachers about underage alcohol use
    2. Substance abuse prevention resources, data collection, and statistics
    3. Information on underage drinking and ideas for helping resolve this problem


  • Get Smart About Drugs
    1. Website for parents, educators, and caregivers with the latest information on drug trends, and how to keep kids drug-free
    2. Provides a search engine that allows anyone to get more information about a specific drug


  • Talk. They Hear You
    1. Helps parents and caregivers start talking their children early about the dangers of underage drinking
    2. Provides an app which people can download for free to coach parents and caregivers on how to talk with their children


  • National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
    1. Provides information about drunk and drugged driving
    2. National, state, local laws regarding drunk and drugged driving


  • National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA)
    1. Resources about drug addiction
    2. Materials developed specifically for students, parents, teachers, and adults


  • Partnership for Drug Free Kids
    1. Motivates and equips parents to prevent their children from using drugs and alcohol
    2. Tips on interventiondrugfreelogo
    3. Help for kids who may have substance abuse troubles
    4. Provides information, tools, and support that empowers parents to make a difference in their child’s life


  • Rethinking Drinking
    1. Information on binge drinking
    2. Strategies for cutting down and quitting
    3. Self-survey on your drinking pattern(s)
    4. Learn signs of a problem, its risks, and how to reduce the risks


  • National Council on Patient Information and Educationheader_logo
    1. Information about prescription drug abuse
    2. Free download materials about teenage prescription abuse and the parent’s role
    3. Tips on how to safely store and dispose of medication