In Idaho, surveys indicate some youth binge drink in the sixth grade, and a few may even start earlier. Parent’s disapproval of youthful alcohol use is the key reason children choose not to drink. Get informed and involved. Don’t just talk to your kids; let your actions show them you really care. Keep up to date with local and state-wide organizations, campaigns, and events.
This training will break down the sweeping trends of drug concentrates and all of the new products, terms, paraphernalia, concealment and the associated trends.
IDFY Facilitation Certification :: Phase 1 September 19-21, 2014 Boise, ID
We have 360+ stories of teens who have been impacted by Idaho Drug Free Youth...giving us 360+ reasons to celebrate! You are invited to our iDAHO 360 Event and Silent Auction to celebrate and raise money for the teens of Idaho Drug Free Youth!
A GOOD TIME FOR A GREAT CAUSE!
The Bonneville Youth Development Council (BYDC) works with youth to prevent underage drinking and other substance abuse in Bonneville County. As an EUDL-supported program, BYDC has engaged youth in the development of the Council's prevention work providing a unique perspective and insight into what reaches teens best and to make positive changes in their community. This webinar will showcase what BYDC is doing to engage youth in these activities and give helpful tips to keep youth involved. Youth members will share what they have gained, why they continue to stay engaged and how they sustain their efforts. To register for this webinar, visit: http://www.udetc.org/audioconfregistration.asp
Red Ribbon Week is October 23rd-31st.
Officer Galloway "The Tall Cop" has recently scheduled two trainings on the specific topic of marijuana concentrates, dabbing, paraphernalia, edibles and herbal drugs. With the recent changes in the drug culture, many new products have arrived on our streets and they can have a different look and odor as well as different street terms and paraphernalia.