Parent Toolkit

Kids whose parents talk to them about not using alcohol, marijuana, and other drugs are up to 50% less likely to use than those who don’t.

As a parent, there are going to be times when you need help discussing issues both big and small. That’s why we created this parent toolkit with facts, talking points, and helpful tips on how to talk to your kids about the dangers of alcohol and drugs.

Early, ongoing, honest conversations and close supervision are the best ways that parents can help to prevent their child from using drugs or alcohol or developing an addiction later in life.

Remember that it’s never too early and it’s never too late to start the discussion.

Download the Elementary Toolkit

Research shows that parents should have substance-related conversations with kids beginning in 3rd grade.

Download the Middle School High School and Beyond Toolkit