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Be the best parent you can be.

These days, it’s almost impossible to shield your child from exposure to alcohol, drugs and other temptations. Instead, you must be prepared. You must make an effort early on to understand how addiction works. You need to have strategies and plans for protecting your child in a variety of circumstances. Because they will be exposed. They will be tempted. So you must be ready. And the time to start is now.

Preparation: 10 Things You Need to Know About Substance Abuse

This video is a guide to becoming proactive about substance abuse and related issues.

  • Understanding how addiction happens.
  • Being proactive to prevent substance abuse.
  • 10 ways to be the best parent you can be.
  • Taking care of yourself in difficult times.
  • Format: 15 minute video

Preparation: A Guide to Help Protect Your Teenagers

This e-book and downloadable PDF is a guide to prepare you to protect your teenagers.

  • Protecting teens against substance abuse.
  • Expanded content and practical insights on 10 ways to be the best parent you can be.
  • Supporting content and stories to help parents be prepared for the teenage years.
  • Format: e-book and downloadable PDF

$14.00 USD


PACES for Parents: BUNDLE

All-access pass to the entire PACES for Parents online learning center resources – Preparation, Awareness, Connection, Education and Steps courses. Our content covers substance abuse prevention and helps with issues such as stress and depression. It will enhance your parenting effectiveness, giving you useful tools to build and preserve your teenager’s well-being.

  • 50+ informative videos
  • Downloadable resources, charts, worksheets
  • Online assessment tool
  • 3 deep dive lessons
  • 2 virtual seminars
  • 3 online tool kits
  • eBook parenting guide
  • PLUS a full-length online course to pull it all together and become the best parent you can be (course normally valued at $199)

$169.00 (or $35 for 6 months)



Become proactive and prepared to protect your kids from substance abuse.