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bullet Adolescence Directory On-Line

Talking to your teens about troubling issues isn’t always easy, so the Adolescence Directory On-Line is here to help. Compiled and maintained by Indiana University, this site offers information on dealing with issues such as physical fitness, violence, alcohol and drugs, mental health.
bullet  American Lung Association/FACT
     This site is loaded with information regarding lung health issues. You will find: Lung Helpline to answer lung health      problems; Biofuels and outdoor air quality information; Flu clinic locator; Research Programs; Information on               building a healthy and energy efficient home; How to order brochures, posters and publications.
bullet Anti Drug

Helping parents, teachers and community keep kids off drugs. Up to date information on drugs and materials to purchase to help communicate the anti drug message.
bullet Campaign for Tobacco Free Kids              

Working to expose Big Tobacco’s lies, the Campaign reveals the truth about the deadly effects of smoking and tobacco’s corporate public relations campaigns to convince the public that it is reformed.                               
bullet CASEL

The national Social/Emotional Learner website. This organization supports Tribes.
bullet Change Companies

This website has prevention education, health and wellness, core research, training and consulting.
bullet Daily Lesson Plans for the New York Times Learning Network

The New York Times Learning Network is a free service for students in grades 3-12, their teachers and parents. the site is updated Monday through Friday throughout the year and offers an extensive collection of lesson plans based on articles published in The New York Times. A selection of lesson plans addressing drugs and drug prevention may be found in the Lesson Plan Archives under “Science and Health”
bullet Discipline Help

A discipline model for handling over one hundred different misbehavior problems at school and home.

Education Development Center: The School Health Program Newsletter with back issues

The School Health Program News (SHPN) newsletter is funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Division of Adolescent and School Health (DASH). SHPN promotes the concept of CSHPs. Published three times a year (January, May, and September) by EDC, it includes summaries of relevant research findings, descriptions of model programs, interviews with recognized experts in the field, and an extensive listing of available resources, conferences, and training opportunities.
bullet Heart Math

Heart Math is a unique stress reduction system that is unusually effective for reducing anxiety and improving performance. Unlike many other services and products that make a similar claims, it has solid scientific basis, and has been thoroughly tested in a variety of settings that have clearly demonstrated these benefits.
bullet Learn Psychology

Suicide is the second-leading cause of death for people between the ages of 15 and 24. We created this guidebook to help students better understand suicide and depression, how to recognize warning signs in themselves or their peers, and what they can do to intervene.

bullet Mothers Against Drunk Driving

bullet National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse at Columbia University

bullet National Criminal Justice Reference Service

NCJRS is a federally funded resource offering justice and substance abuse information to support research, policy, and program development worldwide
bullet National Institute on Drug Abuse

Information for students & young adults, parents & teachers, researchers and health professionals
bullet National Institute on Drug Abuse/Sara’s Quest:

Sara’s Quest is an interactive game that has been developed for use in schools or in the home for children to learn about the effects of drugs on their brain and body.
bullet National Service-Learning Clearing House

Service-Learning is…An outline of the basic tenets and practices of service-learning.  History of Service-Learning – A timeline of important events in the development of service-learning. Glossary of Service-Learning – TermsFind definitions for the most common service-learning terms.  Service-Learning Listservs Subscribe to e-mail lists that provide the latest service-learning news.
bullet National Student Assistance Association

Information on SAP contacts and how to implement a comprehensive SAP program in school communities for the prevention, early identification and intervention of student substance use, violence and other barriers to learning.
bullet NIDA Goes to School

A resource site for parents and community volunteers interested in creating programs and advising youth to stay away from drugs.
bullet The Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP)

Many free publications are available online.
bullet Prevention DSS

Prevention DSS follows CSAP’s Logic Model to help you make informed decisions while planning, implementing, and evaluating substance abuse prevention programs.
bullet Resiliency in Action

What is resiliency?  Books and Pamphlets, Cards and Bookmarks, Speakers and Presentations, Resiliency Forum
bullet Safe and Drug-Free Schools

A compendium of U.S. Department of Education programs and activities for reducing, drug, alcohol and tobacco use in and around schools.
bullet Search Institute

Search Institute is an independent, nonprofit, nonsectarian organization whose mission is to advance the well-being of adolescents and children by generating knowledge and promoting its application.
bullet Substance Abuse and Mental Health Service Admin.

The federal agency charged with improving the quality and availability of prevention, treatment and rehabilitative services in order to reduce illness, death, disability and cost to society resulting from substance abuse and mental illnesses.
bullet Substance Abuse Prevention

Virtual community for teens and community members
bullet Tobacco Control Resource Center of Wisconsin

Funding Updates, Research and Data, Events Calendar, People & Projects, Legislation & Policy, Tools For Coalitions, Advocacy, Tobacco Industry, Resources, How To Get Involved.
bullet Tribes Learning Community

Creating caring communities in our schools.
bullet UW Center for Tobacco Research and Intervention

Academic center at the University of Wisconsin dedicated to researching tobacco dependence, providing           
intervention and outreach services for young people and adults, and developing policy initiatives.                         
bullet Wisconsin Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drug Education Network (WATODEN)  
Find out who all of the ATOD CESA facilitators are and what is going on in prevention training for each CESA, along with important website links.
bullet Wisconsin Council On Children & Families

Helping children become the best that they can be.
bullet Wisc. DPI – Student Service Prevention & Wellness


You will find information about: ATOD mini grant, State ATOD 2-year grant, Forgotten Standard, YRBS online survey, School Prevention Program Assessment Tool, Teacher Fellowship.
bullet You Can Help…Keep a Kid Off Drugs

A resource site for parents and community volunteers interested in creating programs and advising youth to stay away from drugs.

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