It’s never too early to start talking to children about the negative health consequences of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs. Kids are sponges, absorbing everything they see, so it’s important to start the conversation at an early age. From fact sheets to color sheets, here are some resources to help get the conversation started on making healthy, drug-free choices.
|Clarity Child Guidance Center||claritycgc.org||(210) 616-0300|
|Our Lady of the Lake University||Community Counseling Service||(210) 434-1054|
|Family Service Association||family-service.org||(210) 299-2400|
|Alamo Children’s Advocacy Center||childsafe-sa.org||(210) 675-9000|