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Get Informed

What's The First Step?


Attend trainings and learn about what's happening in your community


Knowledge is power. This website is full of information of what we are up against. 

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Talk with your child about NEVER taking a pill that’s not prescribed to them.

MONITOR your child’s texts and social media.

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Even if you don’t think your child is taking pills, talking with them could be the reason they never do.

Be sure to stress that these pills are being sold as percosets or other drugs with familiar names that do not seem so risky, however, they are counterfeit and contain fentanyl with 1 in 4 having a LETHAL DOSE of fentanyl.  Taking one of those will be the last thing they ever do.

Communication is KEY!

& here are some resources that can help

Let's Talk About...


Talk. They Hear You. App
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About the “Talk. They Hear You.” App

The app is designed to help parents and caregivers, educators, and communities:

  • Get Informed. Increase awareness about underage drinking and other drug use.

  • Be Prepared. Introduce skill-building techniques and share available resources and tools.

  • Take Action. Increase actions to help prevent underage drinking and other drug use.

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Watch this quick video to learn more about the app and see how it works:

SAMHSA’s new “Talk. They Hear You.” campaign mobile app helps parents and caregivers prepare for some of the most important conversations they may ever have with their kids. It shows them how to turn everyday situations into opportunities to talk with their children about alcohol and other drugs, and equips them with the necessary skills.

Awkward Conversations

A video series to help with  those awkward conversations with your child

Held off on conversations about substance abuse because it seems daunting or uncomfortable? This video series has some great ideas for how to navigate those awkward but important conversations.

Check out the YouTube series below as well as the Elks Drug Awareness website for more resources.