Substance Abuse Resources

Alcohol and drug abuse is a real danger for youth and adults.

We want our students and families to be safe, and want to provide resources for our students and families that can lead to healthy living.

Websites that are resources for families:

8 Tips for Talking to Your Teen about Alcohol and Other Drugs: created by Safety First. 

Youth Substance Use Disorders: treatment and recovery resources from Oregon Health Authority
Helping Families Help: Resources, groups, trainings, and other support for families dealing with addiction 

Oregon Youth Suicide Prevention Programs 

“Talk. They Hear You.” Campaign created by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration

Fentanyl is a real danger in Oregon right now

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Information about opioids, fentanyl, and naloxone/Narcan rescue


Fake and Fatal: Fentanyl/counterfeit pill campaign and curriculum developed by the Beaverton School District 

Laced and Lethal: King County, Washington campaign designed to teach teens about the risk of buying pills and powders potentially laced with fentanyl 

One Pill Can Kill: Public awareness campaign developed by the Drug Enforcement Administration to raise awareness and provide community resources about counterfeit pills 

Operation Prevention: Educational initiative developed by the Drug Enforcement Administration and Discovery Education that provides free resources to help prevent substance misuse in schools, workplaces, and communities 

Song for Charlie: A family-run nonprofit charity dedicated to raising awareness about “fentapills.”