Resources

9 Results (showing 1 - 9)
The fourth webinar of the Eliminating the Adverse Impact of Alcohol and Drug Use on Children and Families series, entitled Embracing and Engaging Key Systems to Support Children and Families Affected by Addiction , was held June 23rd, 2021. This session was presented by the National Association for Children of Addiction in partnership with the Office for Victims of Crime and the JBS International Training and Technical Assistance Team.
The third webinar of the Eliminating the Adverse Impact of Alcohol and Drug Use on Children and Families series, entitled Supporting Children Affected by Parental Addiction: The Magic of Educational Support Groups, was held June 16th, 2021. This session was presented by the National Association for Children of Addiction in partnership with the Office for Victims of Crime and the JBS International Training and Technical Assistance Team.
The second webinar of the Eliminating the Adverse Impact of Alcohol and Drug Use on Children and Families series, entitled Facilitating Recovery for Parents and Children Impacted by Addiction: Using a Whole Family Recovery Strategy, was held June 9th, 2021. This session was presented by the National Association for Children of Addiction in partnership with the Office for Victims of Crime and the JBS International Training and Technical Assistance Team.
This initial session of the Eliminating the Adverse Impact of Alcohol and Drug Use on Children and Families webinar series entitled, “Why Focus on Children of Addiction (COAs)?” , presented by National Association for Children of Addiction in partnership with the Office for Victims of Crime and the JBS International Training and Technical Assistance Team was held June 2, 2021.
This fact sheet (infographic) from SAMHSA helps teens understand the many risks of methamphetamines. This fact sheet also helps teens identify the signs and symptoms of methamphetamine use.
How Much Do You Know About Stimulants, a video produced by DEA and Discovery Eduction Operation Prevention helps teens understand types of drugs categorized as stimulants, including Aderall, cocaine, and methamphetamine.
Do you care for a young person who has been affected by someone's alcohol, opioid, or other substance use? A referral flyer developed by the San Antonio Council on Alcohol and Drug Awareness (SCADA) Project Strong Life (PSL) program.
"Children Affected by Methamphetamine Program: Implementation Progress and Performance Measurement Report incorporates lessons learned based on an integration of qualitative and quantitative findings. These lessons and a summary of project design and implementation are followed by grantee performance organized by program priorities.
Grandparents play an important role in preventing their grandkids from drinking and taking drugs. This booklet provides information on how to talk with teens, learn more more about alcohol and drugs, spend quality time with grand children.