Helping parents to become the 'potent force' in combating and preventing the drug problem
There is a growing recognition that parents can be a 'potent force' in preventing drug abuse. At the same time, parents themselves who have become disenchanted and disillusioned with previous drug prevention efforts, have begun to organize into their own groups and assert their own authority to prevent drug abuse. They are beginning to turn to educational institutions for assistance, guidance and education. Therefore, there is a need to develop and implement courses and/or workshops in parenting and education for parenthood, as it relates to preventing drug abuse. This article presents a topical outline and suggestions for parents which can be utilized in a formal course and/or workshop.
Journal of Drug Education
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Cohen, S. J., "Helping parents to become the 'potent force' in combating and preventing the drug problem" (1982). Kean Publications. 2869.