Resources

“Are Your Kids at Risk” Campaign

Illegal street drugs get a lot of attention, but over the last decade the epidemic of youth prescription drug abuse has become the Nation’s fastest growing drug problem.

“Lock It Up” is a comprehensive and educational awareness campaign for parents and the community about the dangers of youth prescription drug abuse.

Featuring:

  • Community take-back events
  • Media billboards/educational materials
  • Healthcare prescribing guidelines
  • Law Enforcement collaborations

“Lock It Up” Prescription Drug Campaign

Illegal street drugs get a lot of attention, but over the last decade the epidemic of youth prescription drug abuse has become the Nation’s fastest growing drug problem.

“Lock It Up” is a comprehensive and educational awareness campaign for parents and the community about the dangers of youth prescription drug abuse.

Featuring:

  • Community take-back events
  • Media billboards/educational materials
  • Healthcare prescribing guidelines
  • Law Enforcement collaborations

SuperParents Supervise

Navigating your children’s/teen’s years can be challenging.  Research shows that kids who learn from their parents about the dangers of underage drinking, illicit drugs, tobacco use, dangerous driving and other risky behaviors are less likely to engage in them.  Parents are the first line of defense.

Surveys of teens show that they want and expect their parents to play a KEY ROLE in their lives.  They appreciate you.  They listen to you.  They remember your advice, even when it seems they are not paying attention.  The risks faced by children and teens today is very real.

Please join together with the Saving Lives Drug and Alcohol Coalition in our SuperParents Supervise Campaign to create a Super Community.

Underage Drinking Prevention Campaign Town Hall Meetings

Since 2009, Saving Lives Camarillo has been working hard to reduce alcohol abuse among Camarillo teens. We have hosted town hall meetings on an annual basis to educate parents and community members about the danger of underage alcohol use and what we as parents can do to stop it.

Empowering Coaches for Parents