Info Especially for Teens
R U looking 4 help 4 yourself or a friend? Check out the web sites listed below.
Interactive site that reflects what teens across the country say is going on in their lives. Watch videos, play games, take quizzes, ask the Doc questions. Created for the National Youth Anti-Drug Media Campaign.
Resources, information, quizzes, and videos to ask yourself about drug use. Brought to you by the Partnership for a Drug-Free America.
A place for teens about “being yourself, thinking for yourself, and getting the facts about underage drinking” from the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism.
For 10-14 year olds, this web site spotlights real Illinois teens showing what they do to stay drug-free.
This web site spells out the truth about marijuana and other drugs.
Check here to find out how to know if you have a drinking problem, what alcohol does to your body, and more.
A resource designed for teens that intends to help you make healthy choices based on accurate info about drugs.
A good list of warning signs of problem drinking and related links to other topics like risky behavior, smoking, etc.
Do you think your friend, brother, or sister might have a problem with drugs or alcohol? This brochure is a good place to learn about how to start a conversation with him or her, signs and symptoms, and where to get help.
For teens, about teens – this web site has lots of information about your body, like taking care of it, how your body changes, mental health issues such as depression, stress and relationships, food & fitness, the truth about tobacco, alcohol & drugs, great ideas about school & jobs, and staying safe, among others.
Are you a smoker? Want to quit? Click on this link for a really unique technology-based approach to helping you become a non-smoker...like podcasts, text messages and videos.