Youth Health Connection Resources, Links, and Trainings

Contact Youth Health Connection

Contact:

Karen Peterson, MS

Program Coordinator

781-624-7415

kpeterson4 [at] southshorehealth.org (Email Karen)

 

It takes vested community partners, working As One, to keep our young people healthy and safe.

Youth Health Connection has a wealth of trainings, publications, and papers available for members of the community, available for free.

If you have questions about these resources, please contact Youth Health Connection Program Coordinator Karen Peterson.

Hidden in Plain Sight is a tool kit, along with training and resources, for creating a display for adults that showcases potential items in a teen’s bedroom that might signal risky behaviors or substance use.

This display is designed to enable positive conversation between parents and teens.

Please contact Karen Peterson to learn more about how your community can leverage this tool kit.

Weeding Through the Myths is a tool kit, with training and resources, for creating an educational display for teens and adults.

The goal is to answer questions and dispel common myths about cannabis use. This also provides insight into the neurobiology of drug use to increase the understanding of its impact on the brain, especially during the developmental years.

Please contact Karen Peterson to learn more about how your community can leverage this tool kit.

Youth Health Connection is pleased to offer these free resources for adults in our community.

If you have questions about these publications, please contact Karen Peterson.

Download our free PDF guide for parents and guardians and get the facts on teen substance use and tips on how to keep kids safe and substance-free.

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