INHALANTS. The Invisible Threat. What SDFSCA Coordinators Need to Know. Sharyl Adams Chesterfield County Youth Planning and Development
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8th grade past 30-day use in Virginia
Virginia 2005 Community Youth Survey
Past 30-day Use
2005 VA Community Youth Survey
2005 Monitoring the Future Survey
Youth who had used an inhalant in the past year were:
Share the responsibility of
teaching about inhalants.
Use the same vocabulary.
Send the same message.
Students can and should hear this message multiple times from multiple people in multiple settings.
Sample lesson - grades 6-8
Marta Szuba, Chair
Next meeting: May 14, 10:30 am
American Lung Association of Virginia
9221 Forest Hill Avenue
Richmond, VA 23235
Interactive Parent Training Module inhalantabusetraining.org
National Inhalant Abuse Prevention Coalition
Alliance for Consumer Education
Mary Lib Morgan