Teens Using Drugs: What To Know and What To Do

 

 

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Recovering Young People’s Stories

 

Young people who are recovering from alcohol and other drug problems are everywhere - in our high schools and colleges and communities and workplaces and families. Part two of the “Teens Using Drugs” series concludes with a young person in recovery sharing his or her story – how it was, what happened, and how it is for them now; sharing his or her experience, strength and hope in recovery; showing by example that young people with the disease of addiction can recover and lead happy, healthy, productive, responsible lives.  

 

We are very grateful to the young people who agreed to share their stories below, and we hope you enjoy reading them!

 

Erin’s story!

 

Young people’s stories from around the country, here!

 

"TEENS USING DRUGS: WHAT TO KNOW and WHAT TO DO"  Disclaimer

PLEASE NOTE: this site is not a counseling or treatment service. We welcome comments and requests for information about the "Teens Using Drugs: What To Know and What To Do" program and/or about this Web site, but the people who maintain the Web site are not substance abuse professionals and cannot provide advice about substance abuse problems.  Parents, family members, teens, professionals, and concerned community members are all welcome to attend the free "Teens Using Drugs: What To Know and What To Do" program to learn more about adolescent substance abuse problems and what can be done to help adolescents with alcohol/other drug problems. If you are not able to attend this program, you can click on the "referrals" section to find suggestions for other options, and check the "information/links" section for sources of information.