- Read the Current Statistics
Get and share the facts about teen drug and alcohol use to understand the world teens live in today.
- View Our Pre-Written Prevention Messages
Educators can download our series of customizable Messages from the Principal to distribute to parents in email broadcasts, PTA newsletters or school web pages. Educate and equip parents for today’s teen drug scene.
- Watch the Emmy-winning Collision Course Documentary
Our Emmy-winning 26-minute documentary takes a closer look at how drug and alcohol abuse impacts the lives and dreams of teens.
- Tap Our Top 10 Prevention Educational Resources and Ideas
Checkout these easy ideas, projects and resources to help students understand the impact of chemical dependency.
Share with Parents…
- Distribute Prevention Information
Consider using our series of brief “plug and play” Messages from the Principal to educate parents with evidence-based information. You can insert this content into your school newsletter or distribute it in other ways to educate parents.
- Share the Family Pledge
Share the Family Pledge with parents online, or print it out and distribute it at school events like Back to School Night.
- Read and Distribute Our Parent Awareness Reports
Give parents our Parent Awareness Reports and share the most current information and prevention tools.
- Read and Distribute Our Newsletter Content
Share our current and archived newsletters with parents to educate them about risks and trends with specific drugs.
Stay Up to Date…
- View Our Facebook Page
Visit the Pathway to Prevention Facebook page to get the most current prevention information, news, resources and tools.
- Educators, Simplify your Lesson Planning
Educators can get free lesson plans, drug and alcohol curriculum and more from Scholastic and the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA).
- Learn What Drugs and Alcohol Do to Your Body
Students can find accurate information about drugs and their bodies at Heads Up!
- Take Advantage of National Drug Facts Week
Consider how your school can use the free National Drug Facts Week resources to engage and educate your students during Drug Facts Week every January.