Parents, are your teens looking for summertime activites?

It’s nice to share…I’m bored, I’ve got nothing to do.  How many times have we heard that from our teens?   Keep your teens busy and active during the summer months, suggest one of the following activities: Swim at Mora or Ogilvie pools Play football Play basketball Play volleyball Play tennis Participate in school sports Play dodgeball […]

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Sign a Parent’s Pledge to Prevent Teen Drug and Alcohol Abuse

It’s nice to share…With graduation fast approaching parents can help prevent their teenager from using drugs and alcohol at graduation parties.   One way is through a Parent & Community Pledge.  The Parent & Community Pledge creates changes in the way people think about drinking and drug use.  Keeping this pledge will reduce youth access to alcohol […]

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3 Tips for You to Discuss Prom Safety with Your Teen

It’s nice to share…Prom is just around the corner! A time when teens start thinking about dinner reservations, what they are going to wear, corsages and boutonnières. As parents of those teens, we often think about how prom is associated with peer pressure to drink alcohol, do drugs, drive dangerously, and have sex. It’s time for parents […]

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SACK Partners with Neighboring Coalition

It’s nice to share…In February, SACK members had the opportunity to attend the Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America CADCA event in Washinton D.C.  During the week, our members networked with many different coalitions from around the country.  They also partnered with the Working Together Coalition from Pine River, MN to meet with our state and local […]

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Asset No. 40 of 40 | Positive View of Personal Future

It’s nice to share…  Positive Identity Positive View of Personal Future | Young person is optimistic about her or his personal future. TAKE ACTION: Encourage your children to spend time in their high school guidance office, reading through career and college planning materials. Talk to your teenagers about how they feel about themselves and what they […]

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