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Parents of Middle School Students: They may no longer need your help with basic safety. You taught them well through repeated short conversations over time. They still need your support as the challenges have changed with their age. Help your teen see the risks of underage drinking. For more info on how to continue those conversations, visit January PSA - Keep Showing Up- They're Still Growing Up (( The Power of Choice ( is a collaborative project led by 360 Youth Services in District 203 and 204 middle and high schools growing the number of students making healthy choices regarding substance use.

Puede que ya no necesiten su ayuda con respecto a la seguridad básica. Les ha enseñado bien a través de reiteradas conversaciones cortas a lo largo del tiempo. Todavía necesitan su apoyo ya que los desafíos cambian a medida que crecen. Ayude a su hijo adolescente a entender los riesgos del consumo de alcohol entre menores de edad. Para más información sobre cómo continuar con estas conversaciones, visite PSA Enero - Siga presente. Todavía están creciendo ( The Power of Choice ( es un proyecto de colaboración dirigido por 360 Youth Services en las escuelas intermedias y secundarias del Distrito 203 y 204, aumentando el número de estudiantes que toman decisiones saludables con respecto al uso de sustancias.

High School Students: YAC students from the Community Alliance for Prevention invite high school students to attend a meeting. The next meeting is Tuesday, February 8 at 6:30 pm. Help us brainstorm substance use prevention messages and get involved with our plans for National Prevention Week! Contact Sarah Indlecoffer for details and the zoom link. The Youth Advisory Committee is a diverse group of local high school students who lead the way with ideas for making a positive impact on the community. Instagram @YAC_360 posts including their recent video collaboration with Power of Choice

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