Your Child Needs You!: A Guide to Help Your Child Lead a Healthy, Drug-Free Life (Spanish)

This brochure for parents and caregivers provides information on becoming familiar with illicit drugs available today, talking with kids about drugs and alcohol, identifying the signs of drug and alcohol use, and intervening now if a child is in trouble.


Help Your Child Be Tobacco Free

Talks about why and when adolescents use tobacco. Things you can do to help your child be tobacco free. Tips for talking about the topic. Facts about tobacco use you can share with your child. Helping your child deal with peer pressure.


A Child Becomes a Reader - Birth through Preschool

This booklet contains a short summary of what scientific research says about how children learn to read and write.


Make A Difference: Talk to Your Child About Alcohol

A booklet containing information to help parents discuss alcohol issues with young people ages 10-14.


Technology and Youth: Protecting Your Child from Electronic Aggression

Tip sheet discussing what electronic aggression is and how to protect your child from it.


How Does Alcohol Affect the World of a Child? (Spanish)

Un folleto estad�stico para todo el p�blico que destila las conclusiones de investigaci�n m�s recientes sobre el prematuro uso de alcohol y sus efectos.


How Can I Tell If My Child Is Using Drugs? - Bookmark

10 item watch list for parents with tips for parents on the back.


A Child Becomes a Reader - Kindergarten through Grade 3

This booklet contains a short summary of what scientific research says about how children learn to read and write.


Your Child's Mental Health What Every Family Should Know

It is easy for parents to recognize when a child has a high fever. A child's mental health problem may be more difficult to identify. Mental Health problems can't always be seen. But the symptoms can be recognized. This brochure helps to let parents know what to look for.


Drug Testing in Child Welfare: Practice and Policy Considerations

Guides child welfare agency policymakers in developing practice and policy protocols regarding the use of drug testing in child welfare practice. Covers issues to consider when using drug testing and how to incorporate drug testing into child welfare casework.


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