Did You Know…

Kids who learn a lot about the risks of drugs from their parents are 50% less likely to use drugs, yet only 37% report getting that benefit.

Tips for Parents

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Digital Safety



Report Underage Drinking

If you learn of an upcoming drinking party or see one in process, let someone know immediately. The police might prevent the party from occurring without the need for an arrest but more importantly, may thwart potential tragedy.

Some parents have rationalized that if they allow underage drinking parties at their residences they can at least exert some supervision over their children and their friends. Check out Parents Who Host Lose the Most to learn about the social host laws in Westchester!

Power to the Parent


Mom, Did You Do Drugs?



The vast majority of teens abusing prescription drugs are getting them from the medicine cabinets of friends, family, and acquaintances.

MedSafe: The Electronic Lock Box To Secure Your Medications.

-Installs easily into most existing medicine cabinets.

-State of the art digital lock - no keys for kids to find

-Keeps your medications private as well as secure

Home Drug Test

If teens do use drugs, they often deny it to their parents. This can lead to a multitude of conflicts within the family unit. Drug testing can help bring the issues into the open so they can be addressed. This is the first step towards finding a solution to the problems caused by the use of drugs by our children. With today's technology, home drug testing is simple, inexpensive and very accurate.

Home Drug Test

Tests for 4 drugs. Results in minutes as accurate as lab screening.

Includes: 1 First Check drug test lid, 1 cup for sample selection, 1 instruction insert, 1 pre-addressed mailing box, 1 confirmation identification label, 1 plastic transportation bag, & confidential confirmatory test included in purchase price. Over 99% accurate.

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