The Partnership has spent time finding information about youth substance abuse and healthy lifestyle issues that is reliable and up to date. You can use the following resources to find the information you need to better understand the issues facing our community and our children.
Looking for Health Information Online? Be Careful!
Millions of consumers use the Internet to get information related to their health. And thousands of websites offer health information. Some of these sites are reliable and up-to-date; some are not. How can you tell the good from the bad? Read the article: How to Evaluate Health-Related Information on the Internet
Best of the Web - The Partnership's Top Five
These Internet resources are highly recommended by the Partnership. These sites provide current and accurate information and should be one of your first stops for the information you need: FPP's Top Five Websites
Online Resources for Parents
Raising kids can be one of the most rewarding experiences of your life, but it also presents some unique challenges. There is no way to keep your kids isolated from the fact that drugs and alcohol exist, but you can help them learn to make the right decisions and provide the support they need. Read more to stay informed and involved