Drug Education and Prevention for Teachers

Education and Prevention for Teachers Introduction Video

This section will provide tools to help teachers to educate their students on drugs and alcohol at all levels. It also gives information on what to do or not to do if you suspect a student of using drugs or alcohol regularly or in class.

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  • How Teachers Can Help Students Whose Parents are Suffering from Substance Use

    Teachers are placed in a challenging situation if they know their student's parent or guardian is addicted to drugs or alcohol or abusing drugs and alcohol. It is estimated that between 2009 and 2014 roughly one in eight children aged…
  • Do’s and Don’ts: Teachers Speaking to Students About Drugs

    There are some practical do's and don’ts that teachers may consider when speaking to children about drugs and alcohol. The goal should be to effectively promote zero tolerance and the health consequences associated with drug and alcohol use. Do's &…
  • Are Your Students Using Drugs?

    As a teacher, you must navigate many things when educating young adults. Connecting with your students and keeping them engaged while learning is not an easy task, but there are things you need to look out for to ensure the…
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SUPE IS A NONPROFIT PLATFORM FUNDED AND HOSTED BY DRS. IT IS THE DRUG EDUCATION AND PREVENTION SECTION OF DRS & ADDICTED.ORG.

IT WAS CREATED TO FURTHER DRS’ MISSION TO EDUCATE PEOPLE AND TO PREVENT SUBSTANCE USE DISORDER.