Submitted by Rachel Brockway on 10/10/2014
High school football season is in full swing and for the next few weeks, football games, homecoming dances and parties will be a top focus for many teens. But this time of the year also means that teens are put into social situations where they have easy access to drugs and alcohol. Read more » about Friday Night Lights
Submitted by Rachel Brockway on 10/06/2014
Having a teenager can be a challenging, especially in today’s busy world. In Arizona, the average age of first time drug use is 13 years old!
We would like to take this time to educate parents on signs to look out for and what you can do if you suspect your child is using drugs. Either way, make sure to act fast and get help ASAP as addiction that starts in the teen years could potentially lead to lifelong struggles. Read more » about If You Suspect Your Child Is Using – Get Help NOW!
Submitted by Rachel Brockway on 09/29/2014
During last week’s blog, we discussed how to keep the flow of communication open with your child so they feel comfortable coming to you if they suspect or know that their friend is using drugs or alcohol. As a parent, how can you digest this information and approach the parents of your child’s friend?
Here are some tips and advice on how to take the appropriate steps when talking with another parent: Read more » about How to approach a parent about their child