The parental tool-kit created as part of the Operation Prevention substance abuse prevention program created by the Drug Enforcement Administration and Discovery Education. The tool-kit includes information for parents to accompany the curriculum students receive in Operation Prevention programs in K-12 education programs.
The National Institute on Drug Abuse website provides information about alcohol and drugs for youth ages 11 to 17. The website includes materials written specifically for a teen audience, as well as
This website from Addiction Policy Forum provides a brief overview of the science of addiction. The web page includes a 4 minute video explaining the science of addiction for all audiences, and a link
This 6 minute video explains the National Institute of Health’s Strong African American Families Program (SAAF). SAAF was developed by Dr. Gene Brody and his team at the University of Georgia, is a prevention program targeted at 10- to 14-year-old rural African American youths and their families.
The Bexar County, Texas Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome (NAS) collaborative works to improve outcomes for mothers and infants affected by substance use disorder.
This 1-page infographic explains the STOP practice for reducing stress. Part of a collection of stress reduction materials compiled by Montifiore Health System for their patients during the COVID-19 pandemic.
This 4 page guide from the New York State Office of Mental Health addesses approaches to reducing stress during the COVID-19 pandemic.
This 1-page guide from the Montifiore Health System provides information on managing stress and maintaining function during the COVID-19 pandemic. The information is based on acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) treatment models.
This 1-page patient guide focuses on safe use of methadone take home doses during the COVID-19 pandemic. Includes both English and Spanish language versions.
This 1-page guide provides a visualization exercise to help patients manage stress during the COVID-19 pandemic. The visualization exercise is based on the acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) model and is intended to help patients manage negative thinking.