6 Parenting Practices to Help Reduce the Chances Your Child will Develop a Drug or Alcohol Problem

6 Parenting Practices to Help Reduce the Chances Your Child will Develop a Drug or Alcohol Problem

We all know that the first job of any parent is to keep their child healthy, safe and developing properly. Here 6 parenting practices to help reduce the chances your child will develop a drug or alcohol problem.

  1. Build a Warm & Supportive Relationship with Your Child
  2. Be a Good Role Model When It Comes To Drinking, Taking Medicine & Handling Stress
  3. Know Your Child’s Risk Level
  4. Know Your Child’s Friends
  5. Monitor, Supervise & Set Boundaries
  6. Have Ongoing Conversations & Provide Information About Drugs & Alcohol

Read document at:

http://www.drugfree.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/03/partnership_components_tool_revised_031612.pdf

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