Drugs and Alcohol
Home>Teen_Health>Drugs and Alcohol
 
 
Web Pages
Monitoring the Future
An ongoing study of the behaviors, attitudes, and values of American students and young adults funded by the National Institute on Drug Abuse.
Willow Tree, Inc.
A prevention and wellness agency that provides workshops, conferences and programs empowering youth and adults and to create a kinder, more caring and drug-safe world.
Prevention Online
The world's largest resource for current information and intervention, and treatment involving drugs.
Dear Daughter
An open letter to a daughter about the effects of drugs, drinking and death.
Teens
Links to resources and local services from the National Youth Anti-Drug Media Campaign.
How Stuff Works: How Alcohol Works
In-depth partial graphic tutorial about alcohol examines all the ways in which alcohol affects the human body.
Tips for Teens about Crack and Cocaine
Overview, quick facts and risks associated with crack and cocaine from the National Clearinghouse for Alcohol and Drug Information.
Partnership For a Drug-Free America
Tips on talking to kids about drugs, as well as information on specific drugs, slang names for drugs, what they look like, and frequently asked questions.
Drugs Bite
Stephen Arrington is an anti-drug and motivational speaker that has spoken at over 500 schools.
Addaction
A UK based drug and alcohol treatment charity. Includes drug information, parent section, publications and links.
The Mendez Foundation
A substance abuse and violence prevention organization, focuses on alcohol, tobacco and drug prevention education among children and teenagers.
What’s Your Anti-Drug?
Interactive site focusing on ideas to keep teens from using drugs. Includes polls and e-cards.
Inhalant Abuse
Guide to preventing inhalant abuse.
Teens With Problems
Information to help parents spot substance abuse in their teen, including over the counter medications, huffing of inhalants, and use of illegal drugs.
Parents & Adolescents Recovering Together Successfully
Fighting the teen alcohol and drug epidemic one family at a time.
Interview with Howard A. Liddle, EdD,
Answers to questions about the state of the science of adolescent substance abuse treatment and research.
Safety First
Resources for parents about teens, drugs, and drug education. Strategies for home and school.
National Clearinghouse for Alcohol and Drug Information: For Kids Only
Learn about the brain's response to marijuana, opiates, inhalants, hallucinogens, stimulants and steroids. Information on how to help someone with a drug or alcohol problem.
Freevibe.com
Provides teens with a safe space ask questions and to get reliable information about marijuana and its effects.
Mind Over Matter
Series explaining how the brain responds to different drugs. From the National Institutes of Health.

 
The origins of the Medpage Directory is based on the Open Directory