• Tobacco is Changing

    Electronic cigarettes, little cigars, smokeless products, sweet candy flavors, and new products designed to hide addiction in plain sight. The next generation of dangerous and deceptive tobacco products is here and doesn’t look anything like a pack of cigarettes.

  • SAMHSA - Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration

    SAMHSA’s national youth substance use prevention campaign helps parents and caregivers, educators, and community members get informed, be prepared, and take action to prevent underage drinking and other substance use.

  • Parent Up

    Research shows that parents have the most influence on whether or not their child chooses to drink alcohol or use drugs. Parent Up encourages parents to use this influence!  When parents CARE, CONNECT, COMMUNICATE and pay CAREFUL ATTENTION, the likelihood of your child engaging in substance use decreases.  These actions provide no guarantee, but if implemented consistently and with intention, the likelihood of your child engaging in substance use is much lower.

  • Missouri Department of Mental Health

    Find up to date Missouri Student Survey data here to better understand substance use in your area.

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