Teenager drugs abuse prevention
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Teen drug addiction affects teens from all walks of life. This is because the factors influencing who will try drugs are the same, no matter what your family situation or social status may be. The most common reason teens try drugs is peer pressure. Friends or classmates might pressure you into trying a drug, reassuring you that they’ve tried it and aren’t addicted, so you’ll be fine too. In television and movies, teens are bombarded with images of kids like them using drugs with no negative consequences. It is portrayed as cool or harmless, and the kids who abstain are labeled as nerdy or weird. But with repeated use, that initial harmless taste can lead to a full-blown drug addiction. The fact is that every drug is dangerous and life threatening, and there is not a single drug that doesn’t hold the potential to lead to addiction.
CBS News also points out that while experimentation doesn’t necessarily lead to addiction, so many kids figure there’s nothing risky about trying drugs or alcohol. The reality is that even if you are dabbling in drugs, it can cause serious problems beyond addiction. These problems include overdoses, car accidents and sexual assaults. While many kids will try drugs, it should never be considered a normal rite of passage.
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A community-Based Outpatient and aftercare Program that envisions to provide quality, holistic services towards right living among persons with drug problem and their teenager in our country
We commit ourselves to continue provide treatment and rehabilitation process with dignity and respect to persons with drug problem and their families through a multi-sectoral team approach.
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