Prevention and Education
Community Prevention and Wellness Initiative
Click here to read a brochure about DBHR's prevention initiative and which Washington communities receive funding for prevention.
Alcohol - Underage Drinking
Printed copies of the publications listed in red are available free of charge to Washington residents. To order, register here, then sign in, select "product ID" in the first Search box, and enter the ID# below in the second Search box. You will see an image of the item and steps for ordering Need help? E-mail DBHR Communications.
- Poster 1004: Alcohol has no place in a healthy childhood
- Poster 1005: They talk about everything - talk to them about alcohol
- Poster 1006: What is your teen doing after the game?
- Poster 24-334: My Name is Tyler - Start Talking Before They Start Drinking
- Poster 24-335 My name is Emily - Start Talking Before They Start Drinking, English,
- Poster 24-335SP My name is Emily -Spanish
- Poster for Teens 24-359: You Drink, You Lose English
- Poster: Kids Used to Drink Behind Their Parents' Backs
- Window Cling 1008: Providing alcohol to minors can cost you $5,000
- Window Cling 1009: Providing alcohol to minors can cost you $5,000
Marijuana education, fact sheets and parent guides
- Washington Healthy Youth Survey Fact Sheets: alcohol, other drugs and suicidal behaviors, or create a custom fact sheet at www.askhys.net.
- National Institute on Drug Abuse: Facts for Parents
- National Youth Anti-Drug Media Campaign
- NW HIDTA - M-Files (drug education and reducing drug trafficking)
- Partnership for a Drug Free America
- Start Talking Family Guide
- University of Washington ADAI
Prescription/Over the Counter Drugs
- Brochure: A Threat from the Family Medicine Cabinet
- Safe Use of Prescription Pain Medication
- Open Letter to Health Providers: Join us in helping parents prevent teen prescription drug abuse
- Open Letter to School Professionals: When it comes to teen RX drug abuse, parents need education as well
- Fact Sheet: RX Pain Reliever Abuse Among Teens
Just for for Teens
NIDA Facts for Teens
SAMHSA's Tips for Teens