CIGNA and the Partnership for Drug-Free Kids are hosting a monthly series of telephone seminars that will help you better understand today’s changing landscape of substance abuse. The seminars are free and there is no registration required. They’re open to any parent, caregiver or loved one interested in learning more about teen drug addiction. Each seminar will include the participation of a leading expert within the field and a parent from the Partnership for Drug-Free Kids’s Parent Advisory Board, who will share his or her personal experience with the topic being presented.
What do you do if you think or know your child is using drugs or alcohol? This month’s podcast and Q&A will help you identify what signs to look for in your teen and prepare you with action steps to intervene and help prevent more serious problems in the future.
Fred Muench, PhD, Clinical Psychologist and Director of Research, the Partnership for Drug-Free Kids
Lorraine McNeill-Popper, mother and Parent Advisory Board Member of the Partnership for Drug-Free Kids, who lost her twin brother to substance abuse. She adopted her deceased brother’s son who later on struggled with addiction, and currently is in recovery.
Wednesday, October 19, 2011
Noon- 1:00 pm EDT
For U.S./Canada residents, dial the toll-free number 1 (866) 431-5314 and international residents dial the toll-free number 1 (719) 457-2626. When prompted, enter the passcode 602873.
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