Research shows that children with hands-on parents are far less likely to smoke, drink or use other drugs. Remember, parental engagement matters!
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Why should I worry about my child experimenting?
Adolescence is the critical
time when kids are at risk of experimenting with nicotine, alcohol and other drugs. In fact:
Nine out of 10 Americans who
meet the medical criteria for
addiction started smoking, drinking, or using other drugs
before age 18.
Addiction is a disease that in
most cases begins in
Preventing or delaying teens
from using alcohol, nicotine or
other drugs for as long as
possible is crucial to their
health and safety.