Adult Alcohol Consumption



Alcoholism is a rough word to deal with. Yet nobody is too young (or too old) to have trouble with booze. That’s because alcoholism is an illness. It can hit anyone. Young, old. Rich, poor. Black, white. And it doesn’t matter how long you’ve been drinking or what you’ve been drinking. It’s what drinking does to you that counts.


Adult Drug Use



The following questions concern information about your involvement and abuse of drugs. Drug abuse refers to:
The use of prescribed or “over the counter” drugs in excess of the directions AND/OR any non-medical use of drugs. The questions DO NOT include alcoholic beverages.


Adult Smoking & Nicotine Use



The only way to know if you’re addicted to nicotine is to stop smoking. Once you do it for a day or two you know that you can quit smoking forever. You now have the confidence to quit smoking so now keep it going as long as you can. Try this before you try the nicotine patch or nicotine gum. See if you can break free by yourself before you bring in the big guns.


Creating Lasting Family Connections



Creating Lasting Family Connections (CLFC) is a comprehensive family strengthening, substance abuse, and violence prevention curriculum that has scientifically demonstrated that youth and families in high-risk environments can be assisted to become strong, healthy, and supportive people.


Freedom from Smoking



The only way to know if you’re addicted to nicotine is to stop smoking. Once you do it for a day or two you know that you can quit smoking forever. You now have the confidence to quit smoking so now keep it going as long as you can. Try this before you try the nicotine patch or nicotine gum. See if you can break free by yourself before you bring in the big guns.


Gambling



Gamblers Anonymous offers the following questions to anyone who may have a gambling problem. These questions are provided to help the individual decide if he or she is a compulsive gambler and wants to stop gambling.


Parent-Child Assistance Program



PROJECT CHOICES - RESIDENTIAL
Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Education
Increase contraceptive use to prevent Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder


Teen Drinking



Alcoholism is a rough word to deal with. Yet nobody is too young (or too old) to have trouble with booze. That’s because alcoholism is an illness. It can hit anyone. Young, old. Rich, poor. Black, white. And it doesn’t matter how long you’ve been drinking or what you’ve been drinking. It’s what drinking does to you that counts.


Teen Drugs



The following questions concern information about your involvement and abuse of drugs. Drug abuse refers to:
The use of prescribed or “over the counter” drugs in excess of the directions AND/OR
Any non-medical use of drugs.
The questions DO NOT include alcoholic beverages.