StopOverdose.org, a project of the Alcohol & Drug Abuse Institute at the University of Washington, provides information and training about how to identify and prevent opioid overdoses, and how to obtain and use naloxone to reverse them. This mobile-friendly site features a variety of resources for professionals, families, and the general public, as well as interactive tools for assessing overdose risk and using naloxone.
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Teens Are Under the Influence. . . Of You
This series of 4 posters from the WA Department of Health educates parents and other adults on ways they can help youth make better decisions about marijuana use. Messages include:
- Before you can teach teens about the world, you need to get the facts, The same goes for marijuana use
- Teens are less likely to use marijuana when adults are involved in their lives
- Whether it's cleaning their room or using marijuana, teens need to know their family's rules and consequences
- Teens make better decisions about marijuana if they know adults will help them out of uncomfortable situations
Download PDFs of the posters or place your print order here!