Our Coalition is committed to raising public awareness of the risks and consequences of underage drinking and drug abuse, educating the community about current and emerging drug trends, partnering with school districts, building liaisons with decision-makers, parents, the medical and faith communities, as well as law enforcement.
We work to develop, implement and support environmental strategies to reduce substance abuse. We believe by working together, citizens can nurture social and environmental changes to make Williamson County a safer and healthier place, brightening the future of our children, youth and families.
Please join us as we work together to change the perception that underage drinking and the use of tobacco and other drugs are just a “rite of passage”.
Coalition coordinator: Rosana Sielaff
For more information or to get involved,
contact us at 512-246-9880
or email email@example.com
CLICK ON THE LINKS BELOW FOR MORE INFORMATION:
Coalition Membership Form 2015-16 (Please complete and fax to 512-246-9882)
Williamson County Drug Impact Index download here
TEENS – Do you know the effects of alcohol, tobacco, marijuana and other drugs on the body and mind? Get science-based information about drugs and its consequences. Get smart!
NIDA for teens – Facts and effects of drugs
Above The Influence – Drug facts
The Cool Spot – Information on alcohol and resisting peer pressure
Just Think Twice - Information about drugs
What is Addiction? – Understand your brain and risk for addiction
Get Smart About Drugs – Information about drugs and new trends
How to Talk To Your Teen About Marijuana – It’s more important than ever for parents to protect their kids’ health and development
Up and Away - How to keep medication out of sight and mind.
Parents Empowered – Information about the harmful effects of alcohol on the developing teen brain, along with proven skills for preventing underage alcohol use.
Parent Toolkit – Tips for raising drug-free kids
Understanding Addiction – Information about addiction and substance abuse preventionRecommended books:
How to Raise a Drug-Free Kid by Joseph A. Califano
A Parent’s Guide to Substance Abuse and Addiction by Kellena Page
What Really Happened – Video on Social Access and Alcohol Poisoning
Marijuana – They Are Back.
Keep track of your prescription and over-the-counter medications.
Download a medicine inventory form here.
Store or lock your medication in a secure place.
Keep your medication out of sight and out of reach, especially if you have children.