Information for families...
Do you have a teen that may be at risk for destructive youth behaviors and want to find out what you can do? We can help! It can be scary to see someone you care about engage in harmful choices, and helping them to make positive changes in their life takes courage.
Our website has information specific to the topics we speak on, including substance abuse, alcohol abuse/binge drinking, depression/self-injury, eating disorders, safe dating, bullying/internet safety and other topics. You will find warning signs and symptoms and how to take preventative action within your family to help prevent destructive youth behaviors.
If you want to speak with a professional regarding treatment or support, here is a list of resources. Here you will find people who specialize in these issues and who can being exploring the options available to empower you to make informed choices.
Parents are the biggest influence in a child’s life! It is more important than ever for today’s parents to help their children create and implement plans to achieve academically and grow morally, socially and emotionally. Do you need help in creating a family prevention plan and understanding how to help your teen succeed in today’s world? Our notMYkid ClearChoices program will not only help you understand the issues facing teen’s today, but will also provide education for your family to learn the risks and consequences of their actions around these issues.
Join us at your teen’s school for one of our educational forums on teen behavioral health issues. The presentation includes a one hour educational power point that corresponds with the ClearChoices student program your teen will see in their school. Parents are educated before their students and leave prepared to go home, talk about the issues and create their own family prevention plan. notMYkid encourages you to take advantage of this safe and informed environment and the opportunity to arm your family with the information necessary to help teens make positive life choices. Ask your teen’s school or contact us to find out when we are scheduled to present this essential education. We can achieve prevention through education!