The information from the following resource pages are from a collection of governmental and reputable research organizations. Prevention Network does not have a stand on politics surrounding alcohol, marijuana, or other substances. The information is provided for educational and prevention purposes.
Each year community coalitions are increasing in numbers and organizing in a supportive manner by bringing many different agencies and organizations together for the common goal: to create healthy families and communities. Coalitions are an effective force in creating awareness about the major problems related to tobacco, alcohol, and other drug use and the obstacles that communities face in dealing with these problems.
Locate local, state, and national resources from various governmental agencies and reputable organizations.
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Educational and Informative Videos
Webinars and Trainings
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It's time. Do your part.
Do Your Part: Be the Solution is a program of the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services designed to educate Michigan citizens about the dangers and the extent of substance abuse in Michigan, especially the abuse of prescription drugs, tobacco and alcohol. It is our hope that with the right information, everyone can do their part and be the solution to the growing substance abuse problems in our state.
Sesame Street in Communities
Sesame Street is discussing topics, such as parental addiction, in their communities webpage. "When a family member struggles with addiction, the whole family struggles. Children often think it’s their fault; they feel shame, embarrassment, guilt, and loneliness; they may feel invisible. It takes special effort to start important conversations and answer children’s questions. But parents, teachers, caregivers, and other caring adults can comfort children and guide them through difficult moments. With love and support, the family can cope with the challenges of addiction together."
Drug and Alcohol Myths
What are some of the myths about drugs and alcohol? Molly Reed, behavioral health clinician at Day One, discusses some of the common myths as part of National Drug and Alcohol Facts Week.
Oakland Family Services
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