Presentation on theme: "Teens Youth & Schools Families Community. Did you know? Where do most youth illegally obtain prescription drugs? A.Use forged prescriptions at the local."— Presentation transcript:
Did you know? Where do most youth illegally obtain prescription drugs? A.Use forged prescriptions at the local retail pharmacy (Rite Aid, CVS, etc.) B.Break in to pharmacies and hospitals C.Ambush pharmaceutical sales representatives D.Family medicine cabinets and friends Source: DrugFreeNH.org
Did you know? 6 out of 10 youth who have abused prescription painkillers did so before age? A.16 B.15 C.14 D.13 Source: DrugFreeNH.org
Did you know? The best way to dispose of unused or expired prescription drugs is to… A.Give it to someone who needs it and can’t afford their own. B.Toss it in the nearest dumpster. C.Follow state and federal guidelines for proper disposal or take-back. D.Flush it down the toilet. Source: DrugFreeNH.org
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Safe Home Pledge 1. I will actively supervise all gatherings or parties of youth in my home or on my property. 2. I will not serve nor allow the possession or use of alcohol, tobacco or other drugs by youth in my home or on my property. 3. I will set expectations for my children by knowing where they are going, who they are with, what their plans are, and when they are to return home.
4. I will provide a secure place in my home for all forms of alcohol, prescription and over-the-counter drugs, firearms and other potentially hazardous items. 5. I will not permit any guest who arrives or appears to be intoxicated to drive, and will alert appropriate parents. 6. I will communicate with other parents and agree on expectations and rules for youth regarding movies, video games and computer use as well as a no drug or alcohol use policy.
Safe Home Pledge 7. I will welcome phone calls from other parents to join efforts in providing a safe, healthy, drug-free home and community.
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