The Parent Pathway website offers help, support and hope
Does your son or daughter struggle with substance abuse, and you are wondering where to turn? Parent Pathway offers support and resources to help you navigate this difficult road. At Parent Pathway, you can Ask the Expert your questions, find support with the Seeking Serenity Blog, get the latest news, use Meetings in a Box to heal and grow, or locate other resources. You are not alone. Find help and get answers with Parent Pathway.Check out these resources: Ask the Expert Parents Seeking Serenity Blog Resources Meetings in a Box News You are not alone. You can find answers and get help through Parent Pathway.
Emmy-Winning Collision Course documentary and other tools for you
Pathway to Prevention created Collision Course – Teen Addiction Epidemic, an Emmy-award winning documentary that educates teens and parents about the prevalence and risks of adolescent substance use and abuse. You can watch Collision Course online at KVIE.com or order your own copy of Collision Course by clicking here.–To help you talk about drugs, alcohol and Collision Course with your family, download your copy of “Navigating the Teen Years: a Parent’s Handbook for Raising Healthy Teens.” Teachers—go to Scholastic for lesson plans, printables and other teaching aids to help educate your students about the dangers of substance abuse. Please help support our efforts to prevent teen substance abuse through education and awareness. Make your tax-deductible donation to Pathway to Prevention here.
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Educating communities about teen substance use and abuse
Today's teens live in a very different world than the one their parents grew up in. It is a world where children grow up more quickly, often experimenting with drugs or alcohol at a very early age. Those early "experiments" can lead to car accidents, date rape, overdose or blackout drinking or a lifetime struggle with drugs or alcohol. These dangers are avoidable if families understand the high stakes games that teens play with that first drink or pill. Pathway to Prevention is here to educate and support families -- parents and teens -- with resources and accurate information about today's teen drinking and drugging scene.