Deschutes County is offering a new program, Live Vape Free, to help teens and concerned parents and adults learn about the health risks of vaping and provide tools and resources to help improve quit attempts.
Youth who combine substances and driving put themselves and others at great risk. There are plenty of things parents can do to prevent this dangerous combination; from knowing the riskiest driving conditions, to agreeing on driving rules and expectations with a Parent-Teen Driving Agreement. Click to learn more.
One of the most effective strategies parents can use in preventing their kid(s) from starting to use alcohol, marijuana, tobacco or other drugs is to talk with them early and often. Start the conversation by clicking the link above to learn more.
The safe use of prescription drugs is important for health and well-being. The Deschutes County Sheriff’s Office have found fake prescription drugs that contain fentanyl. Most students in our community do NOT misuse prescription drugs. Click the link above for safety tips and more.