Find the materials and resources you need to help inform, educate and support others, increasing your community’s ability to prevent and address substance use most effectively.
Whether your efforts are focused on awareness or are more substance-specific, we offer science-based guides, turnkey materials and compelling videos to help you foster conversation and affect change.
What does it mean to be an advocate? Our new toolkit provides step-by-step instructions, including tips for building relationships and effectively communicating with lawmakers. We are building a movement to transform how our nation addresses addiction, and we need your voice!
Addiction is a preventable disease. Help your community with materials that share real insight into youth substance use, and help parents and caregivers better understand the roles they can play.
Whether your efforts are focused on raising awareness or are more substance-specific, we offer science-based guides, turnkey materials and compelling videos to help you foster conversation and affect change.
Make sure other parents and caregivers know that our support and services are available to anyone who needs it.
Our experts are available for speaker presentations as well as customized guidance and consulting. Discover the ways we can help your community.
There can be significant health risks when substance use and mental health problems collide. Learn how to recognize and address co-occurring disorders in this guide developed in collaboration with Child Mind Institute.
Alcohol is the most widely used substance among teens and young adults, and it poses substantial health and safety risks.
The following presentations are available to help families, educators and health care providers prevent and address youth marijuana use in their local communities.
As rates of vaping among teens and young adults have increased, and more information has emerged on its health risks, we’ve developed a range of resources to help families, educators and health care providers address the issue.
The familiarity with, and accessibility of, household medication contributes to an increased potential for misuse. We offer resources specific to addressing medicine misuse and abuse in your community.