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Preventing. Substance Abuse. The Role of Family . One of the most important social aspects impacting an adolescents decision to use alcohol is the family. ( Bahr et al., 1995; Guo et al., 2001) There are several modifiable family factors

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Preventing

Preventing

Substance Abuse


The role of family

The Role of Family

One of the most important social aspects impacting an adolescents decision to use

alcohol is the family.

(Bahr et al., 1995; Guo et al., 2001)

There are several modifiable family factors

related to later alcohol and substance use.

Hawkins et al., 1992; Latendresse et al., 2008; Peterson et al., 1994; Reifman et al., 1998)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=UTmIAK-Eaxc

http://www.samhsa.gov/underagedrinking/subpagea.aspx


Ineffective approaches

Ineffective Approaches

  • “My son/daughter would never get addicted.”

  • “I used alcohol/drugs and I turned out OK.”

  • “In moderation – after all, teens will be teens.”

  • “We’re getting along so well now.”

  • “As long as I see good grades, then why not.”

  • “I can’t stop them, they’ll just do it anyway.”


Effective approaches

Effective Approaches

Positive ParentingHelps

Prevent Drug Abuse

  • Communication

  • Encouragement

  • Negotiation

  • Setting Limits

  • Supervision

    http://www.drugabuse.gov/family-checkup


Prevention campaign

Prevention Campaign

Start talking to your children early about the dangers. Ever wish you had a script? Use this demo to improve yours.

http://www.samhsa.gov/underagedrinking/


C orrect the misperceptions

Correct the Misperceptions

Decreased

Likelihood

When perceived as being

harmful, use will go down

Pete’s Couch

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ODKz4fTXi4s

When perceived as not being

harmful, use will go up

Increased

Likelihood


Addiction potential more factors to consider

Addiction Potential morefactors to consider

Parents with FAVORABLE ATTITUDES

CONDONING USE of gateway drugs is

opening the brain’s pathway for ANY drug.

TRANSISITIONS from MS to HS and HS to college.

INDIRECT INFLUENCE – By NOT discouraging alcohol/drug use, you’re still saying something.


Preventing

Number of Adolescents Aged 12 to 17 Admitted to Publicly Funded Substance Abuse Treatment Facilities on a Typical Day


Er visits for drug misuse abuse on a typical day for patients aged 12 to 17

(ER) Visits for Drug Misuse/Abuse on a Typical Day for Patients Aged 12 to 17


I wish my parents

I Wish My Parents…

  • Stopped worrying about how my problem makes them look

  • Saw that something was wrong, even when I pretend to be OK

  • LISTENED!

  • Tell me they loved me more often

  • Were not so self-involved

  • Noticed when I started to change for the worse

  • Were not so naïve and ignorant

  • Accepted me

  • Asked me straight up “What’s wrong?” Don’t assume youknow

  • Followed through when they promised to get me help


Resources for parents teens

Resources for Parents/Teens

Saying NO Workshop | Guiding Good Choices

Staying Connected with Your Teen

24-hour Help Line | (206) 722-3700

Washington Recovery Helpline | 1-866-789-1511

Family Checkup (NIDA) – Also check out NIDA for Teens

http://www.drugabuse.gov/family-checkup

TALK – They Hear You – (SAMHSA)

http://www.samhsa.gov/underagedrinking

Family Pledge

http://www.snoqualmievalleycommunitynetwork.org


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