Roundupweb.com July 15, 2015
"The positive influence parents can have on their children cannot be stressed enough.
That influence faces a stiff test when Montana’s youth are forced to make tough decisions concerning drugs and alcohol.
However, in a recent survey students reported that Montana parents are talking even more to their kids about the dangers of using alcohol and other substances.
That is great news. It’s vital that children continue to hear positive messages from people they know and who care about them. In most cases, that’s a parent. The importance of talking to youth about substance use and abuse and being involved in their lives cannot be measured." Read more
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