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Videos

Tips From Parents Like You: Talk Early. Talk Often.

 
Talk to your teens about marijuana use early and often. It may be legal for adults to have small amounts of marijuana but it is not legal for teens of any age.

Tips From Parents Like You: Embrace the Awkward

 
 
Not sure how to start a conversation about marijuana with your kid? You’re not alone. Watch for tips.

Tips From Parents Like You: Drive the Friends

 
Tips from Vermont parents on how to keep their teens on the right track when it comes to drug and alcohol use. Staying connected to the friends of your kids is one easy to stay close to your own kid.

Tips From Parents Like You: How to Ask

 
Vermont parents know it’s important to have conversations with their kids about alcohol and drug use. It’s important for parents to remember that it’s not just the questions you ask, but it also depends on how you ask the questions.

Tips From Parents Like You: Meet the Parents

 
Vermont parents are not alone when it comes to helping their kids navigate issues and challenges around drug and alcohol use. Reaching out to the parents of your kids will open the door to helpful relationships with other parents.
 

Tips From Parents Like You: Small Signs

 
Vermont parents can be on the lookout for warning signs when it comes to drug and alcohol use. Identifying a number of smaller signs early is one way to get out in front of a potential problem.
 

Tips From Parents Like You: How to Ask – 30 TV Spot

 
Vermont parents know it’s important to have conversations with their kids about alcohol and drug use. It’s important for parents to remember that it’s not just the questions you ask, but it also depends on how you ask the questions.