Washington State Department of Social and Health Services Home page

Prevention and Education

Ordering Publications

Printed copies of the publications listed in the catorgies below, in red, are available free of charge to Washington residents.  Here are the steps to ordering:

1.  Register here and set up an account if you have not ordered before.

2.  To find a publication, select "Product ID" in the first Search window.

3.  Enter an ID#  from one of the titles listed below in the second Search window.

4.  You will now be on the ordering web page - follow steps for placing an order. 

5.   Need help?  E-mail DBHR Communications

Community Prevention and Wellness Initiative

Click here to read a brochure about DBHR's prevention initiative and which Washington communities receive funding for prevention.  Ordering ID# is 22-1464.


Preventing Underage Drinking

  • Bookmark ID# 22-1505: Think Alcohol Doesn't Harm a Teen's Brain English
  • Bookmark ID# 22-1180: Kids Who Drink Before 15 English
  • Bookmark ID# 22-1180SP:  Kids Who Drink Before 15 Spanish
  • Brochure: Mixing Alcohol with Energy Drinks
  • Brochure ID# 22-1506:  My name is Tyler and in 9 years I'll be an alcoholic English
  • Brochure ID #22-1245:  My name is Sara and in 9 years I'll be an alcoholic Spanish
  • Poster ID# 1004:  Alcohol has no place in a healthy childhood
  • Poster ID# 1005:  They talk about everything - talk to them about alcohol
  • Poster ID# 1006:  What is your teen doing after the game?
  • Poster ID# 24-334: My Name is Tyler - Start Talking Before They Start Drinking
  • Poster ID# 24-335  My name is Emily - Start Talking Before They Start Drinking, English
  • Poster ID# 24-335SP   My name is Emily -Spanish
  • Window Cling ID# 1008: Providing alcohol to minors can cost you $5,000
  • Window Cling ID# 1009: Providing alcohol to minors can cost you $5,000

Marijuana education, fact sheets and parent guides

Prescription/Over the Counter Drugs

Just for for Teens

Above the Influence

NIDA Facts for Teens

SAMHSA's Tips for Teens

Teen Health and the Media