Parents

Parents — Protect Youth from Alcohol and Other Drugs

Most of the Massachusetts Department of Public Health resources can be downloaded, and many are available in Spanish. There is no charge, just click on the titles below.


Parents of Youth in Elementary School:

Strengthening Families Program DVD
Parents of youth 7-17 years
DVD
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Preparing Your Young Children for a Healthy Drug-Free Future
Parents and guardians of 3rd to 5th graders
Booklet
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Preventing Substance Abuse Starts at Home: Safeguarding Your Children
Parents of elementary through high school-aged children
Brochure
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Parents of Youth in Middle School:

Strengthening Families Program DVD
Parents of youth 7-17 years
DVD
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Preventing Substance Abuse Starts at Home: Safeguarding Your Children
Parents of elementary through high school-aged children
Brochure
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Talking to Your Middle School-Aged Child about Alcohol Tobacco and Other Drugs - English
Parents and guardians of middle school-aged children
Booklet
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Prescription Opioid Misuse Prevention Brochure
Parents and guardians of pre-teens and teens
Brochure
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Parents of Youth in High School:

Strengthening Families Program DVD
Parents of youth 7-17 years
DVD
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7 Ways to Protect Your Teen from Alcohol and Other Drugs
Parents and guardians of teens
Booklet
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Choose to Keep Your Freedom
Youth
Brochure
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Prescription Opioid Misuse Prevention Brochure
Parents and guardians of pre-teens and teens
Brochure
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Parents of Youth Who Have Issues with Alcohol or Other Drugs:

Alcohol and Other Drugs: Is Your Teen Using?
Parents of at-risk high school-aged teens
Booklet
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More Resources for Parents and Youth

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