Resources

 

The Parent Connection Newsletters:

 

DPYC Parent Newsletter Jan 2014

 

DPYCNewsletterOctober2013

 

DPYCNewsletterJune13

 

DPYCNewsletterJanuary2013

 

DPYC NewsletterSeptember12

 

DPYC Parent Newsletter May 2012

 

ParentConnectionNewsletterJanFeb2012

 

ParentConnectionNewsletterSeptember2011

 

ParentConnectionNewsletterJune 2011

 

ParentConnectionNewsletterJanFeb2011

 

ParentConnectionNewsletterAugSept2010

 

ParentConnectionNewsletter2May-June10

 

ParentConnectionNewsletterJan2010

 

ParentConnectionNewsletterAugSept09

 

ParentConnectionNewsletterMay09

 

ParentConnectionNewsletterFebruary09

 

ParentConnectionNewsletterSeptember08

 

ParentConnectionNewsletter

 

Sites with information and helpful tips for parents:

 

December 2011 ERASE Newsletter

www.collegedrinkingprevention.gov

www.centurycouncil.org

rosalindwiseman.com

the-power-of-parents

www.stopbullying.gov

OPM: SETtheRulesCT

About.com:Teens

www.teen-safe.org

www.theantidrug.com

www.stopalcoholabuse.gov

www.mourningparentsact.org

www.dontserveteens.gov

www.alcoholfreechildren.org

www.alot2lose.com

www.niaaa.nih.gov

www.notmykid.org

www.drugfree.org

East of the River Action for Substance Abuse Elimination

 

Books

  • A Better High - How Eating, Laughing and Other Stuff Can Get You High Naturally, Everyday by Matt Bellace, Ph.D
  • Teen-Proofing - Fostering Responsible Decision Making in Your Teenager by John Rosemond
  • Get Out of My Life, But First Could You Drive Me & Cheryl to the Mall: A Parent's Guide to the New Teenager by Anthony E. Wolf, Ph.D
  • From Binge to Blackout -  A Mother and Son Struggle with Teen Drinking by Chris Volkmann and Toren Volkmann
  • How to Say NO and Keep Your Friends - Peer Pressure Reversal for Teens and Preteens by Sharon Scott
  • Just Say Know:Talking With Kids About Drugs and Alcohol by Cynthia Kuhn, Ph.D, Scott Swartzwelder, Ph.D, and Wilkie Wilson, ,Ph.D
  • Talking to Tweens: Getting It Right BEFORE It Gets Rocky with your 8 to 12 Year-Old by Elizabeth Hartley-Brewer
  • 50 Rules Kids Won't Learn in School: Real World Antidotes to Feel-Good Education by Charles J. Sykes
  • Queen Bees & Wannabes by Rosalind Wiseman: Helping your daughter survive cliques, gossip, boyfriends and other realities of adolesence.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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