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Substance Abuse Posters for April, Substance Abuse Prevention Month

Updated on April 9, 2010

Drug and Alcohol Intervention Posters to Prevent Substance Abuse

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Awesome alcohol prevention poster
Awesome alcohol prevention poster
Powerful drug and alcohol poster
Powerful drug and alcohol poster
Juvenile drinking prevention poster
Juvenile drinking prevention poster
Hard-hitting substance abuse prevention methods
Hard-hitting substance abuse prevention methods
Stop drinking poster
Stop drinking poster
Alcohol and drug abuse prevention
Alcohol and drug abuse prevention
Youth Change Workshops drug prevention posters example
Youth Change Workshops drug prevention posters example
Alcohol prevention poster for juveniles
Alcohol prevention poster for juveniles
Substance abuse prevention poster
Substance abuse prevention poster

Substance Abuse Prevention Posters

Turning around substance abuse in juveniles is never easy. Here are some new tools that can help. These potent interventions offer you new ways to hammer home the dangers of substance abuse.

These new methods are intended for older youth and young adults, and can be used as posters on the wall or worksheets that spark a discussion in your class or group. These new interventions are deliberately intended to be provocative so that your tools can "cut through" the haze of alcohol or other substances. The samples intervention tools pictured at right can also be used verbally as well.

April is Substance Abuse Prevention month, so what better time to unveil some more effective interventions that can help. There are resources for both drugs and alcohol, as well as for preventing DUI, DWI, overdosing, following others, involving others, and more.

If you are a teacher, counselor, therapist, psychologist, social worker, or principal, Job 1 is to help keep your students safe. These new interventions offer you new tools to accomplish that critical mission.

If you want more new tools, techniques, posters, and other drug and alcohol prevention resources, visit Youth Change Professional Development Workshops. There are hundreds of free and low cost books, posters, distance learning courses, classes, and expert help to aid you to help more of your students stay or become substance free. To get a free monthly magazine with additional free worksheets, tips, and tools, click here.

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      8 years ago from carthage ill

      terrific idea thanks

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