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The printed version of the What Heroes Do comic book is available to be used in classroom situations. The order form needs to be signed by a school official and your State Drug Awareness Chair-person. Click this link to access the Teacher's Guide. We are very proud of our dedicated army of volunteers who freely give their time and talents to this most noble cause.
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Environmental factors in the individual's adolescence include: child abuse , exposure to drugs, lack of supervision, media influence , and peer pressure. Drug activity in an individual's community may normalize the usage of drugs. Internal factors that are within the child or personality-based are self-esteem , poor social skills , stress , attitudes about drugs, mental disorder and many others. Some of these transitional periods that could increase the possibility of youth using drugs are puberty , moving, divorce , leaving the security of the home and entering school. School transitions such as those from elementary to middle school or middle school to high school can be times that children and teenagers make new friends and are more susceptible to fall into environments where there are drugs available. Research has shown, when drug use begins at an early age, there is a greater possibility for addiction to occur.
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Alateen is part of the Al-Anon Family Groups. This link is to the section of the Al-Anon website specifically for teens. All Treatment: Teen Addiction Treatment Use this site to find substance abuse treatment centers specifically for teens in your area.
Wilson Compton of the National Institute on Drug Abuse about a new study that found the use of illicit substances dropped among teens last year. A government study finds that the overall use of alcohol, marijuana, prescription medications and illicit substances dropped among American teens last year, but why? We're joined in the studio by Dr. Wilson Compton.
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