Get the resources you need to talk your kids about drugs and addiction.
Not Sure What to Do About Your Child's Drug or Alcohol Use?
- If you have concerns about your child's drug or alcohol use and need help figuring out what to do next you can connect with Partnership to End Addiction's helpline which offers support via text, email and calls.
- My Child Tried Drugs. What Should I Do?
- Preventing Drug Use: Connecting and Talking with Your Teen
- Drug Prevention Tips for Every Age
To Find an Addiction Treatment Provider
- Call the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) Treatment Referral Line 1-800-662-HELP (4357). Or visit their website to find a provider.
- The National Council on Behavioral Health's “Find a Treatment Provider" Site
- Read the Opioid Addiction Treatment Guide from The American Society of Addiction Medicine. Then search their database for a provider.
Still Not Sure How to Talk to Your Kids About Drugs and Alcohol?
- Check out SAMHSA's tools for talking about alcohol and download their app, which lets you practice the conversation.
- Learn how to use the correct language when talking about addiction.
Visit This Guide to Learn More About Specific Drugs
- Drug Guide from Partnership to End Addiction
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Want to Go Beyond Facing Addiction Over Dinner Discussion Guide?
- Check out the 20 Minutes Parents Guide. It will take you more than 20 minutes to read but gives an in-depth look into how to talk to and help your kids with substance use.