Marijuana Talk Kit: What You Need to Know to Talk with Your Teen About Marijuana

Between marijuana legalization, the normalization in pop culture and new ways of using (edibles, vaporizers, concentrates), it’s becoming more complicated for parents to talk to their teens. So where do you start? And what should you say? The Partnership for Drug-Free Kids is here to help.
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Preventing Marijuana Use Among Youth & Young Adults

Here is a great article about preventing marijuana use from the Alliance of Coalitions for Healthy Communities (ACHC).



Raising a child in today’s world is not an easy task. Early intervention is important with resources available to parents and children such as school counselors and social workers, clergy, community counseling services, and self-help groups such as AA, Al-Anon and Families Anonymous. Several community contacts for further assistance are:

Al-Anon (800) 4AL-ANON
Alcoholics Anonymous (248) 541-6565
Common Ground Resource and Crisis Helpline (800) 231-1127
Common Ground Crisis Chat Line (Text Only) (248) 809-5550
Daniel B Sobel Friendship House (248) 788-8888
Fire / Police Emergency 911
24 Hour Crisis Hotline (248) 334-1274
Keego Harbor Police Department (248) 682-3030
Maplegrove Center (248) 661-6100
Oakland County Health Dept. Division of Substance Abuse (248) 858-0001
Oakland Family Services (248) 624-3812
Orchard Lake Police Department (248) 682-2400
Sylvan Lake Police Department (248) 682-2104
West Bloomfield Police Department (248) 975-9200
West Bloomfield Youth Assistance (248) 592-1278