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Substance Abuse Series – Super Saver 50 Set

(Display rack sold separately.)

Receive 50 printed copies each of the six QuickTips brochures in this series to give parents the basic facts necessary to help when they suspect substance abuse. (Also available in 100 and 500 brochure sets.)

Titles include:

What Parents Should Know About...

  • The Danger Signals of Substance Abuse - a no-nonsense approach for parents listing the physical and behavioral signs of children who are using drugs, what to do it they suspect their child is using drugs and where to get help.
  • Kids and Tobacco - gives parents the information they need to talk with their child about the bad effects of smoking and gives parents insightful ways they can help their children avoid smoking.
  • Kids & Alcohol - explains the dangers of alcohol and its effects. Includes tips for parents on how to talk to children about the dangers of alcohol, supervise their child's activities and how to get help if they suspect abuse.
  • Kids & Prescription/Over-the-Counter Drugs - explains that prescription and over-the-counter drugs are as deadly as illegal drugs if abused. Tells parents what drugs children are most likely to misuse, their effects, and what parents can do to prevent abuse.
  • Kids & Inhalants - describes types of inhalants, how they are used and their effects. Describes the danger signs of inhalant abuse and provides tips for how parents can help keep their children inhalant free.
  • Kids & Marijuana - explains what marijuana is and how it is much more potent that it was even 10 years ago. It explains how marijuana is often combined with other illegal drugs, how it is used and its effects. Urges parents to send a clear "no use" message to their children.
300 total brochures.

Now $120



Item #TitleLanguageQuantity
3176 Substance Abuse Series – Super Saver 50 Set English
4176 Substance Abuse Series – Super Saver 50 Set Spanish
For assistance with your order, please call The Parent Institute at 1-800-756-5525 and read them your session ID: W07928