One way for parents to prevent alcohol and drug use among their children is to know where they are and what they will be doing during unsupervised time. Research shows that teens with unsupervised time are three times more likely to use marijuana and other drugs. Unsupervised teens are also more likely to engage in risky behaviors such as underage drinking, sexual activity, and cigarette smoking than other teens.
SAVE THE DATE! Join parents in our community to learn more about monitoring skills . . .
Monday, March 23
7:00 - 8:30 p.m.
Eckstein Middle School
This free parenting forum will feature Dr. David Hawkins, developer of Guiding Good Choices, and time will be set aside for parents to discuss with other parents their concerns and solutions when it comes to monitoring teenage children.