Prevention and Education
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
- 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
- Rack Card (8.5x3.5) ID# 22-1558: Marijuana: What Parents Should Know/Know the Facts
- 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
- 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