This is a site with information on the dangers of using anabolic steroids. Students will learn how steroids are used, the effects of steroid use, the dangers of using steroids, and what to do to get help.
This is a supplemental website that explains what bath salts are. Students will learn how teens use bath salts, the dangers of using bath salts, and how to go about getting help.
This is a compilation of discussion questions about how addiction and drugs affect the brain and behavior. The questions are accompanied with a comprehension quiz.
This is a supplemental video that will show students what may happen if someone take vicodin or xanax that is not prescribed for them.
This is a supplemental video that portrays a teen deciding whether or not to abuse Aderrall that is not prescribed to him. Students will learn the dangers of using prescription drugs that are not prescribed to the user.
This is a interactive website where students will learn how drug abuse can lead to the contraction of HIV/Aids.
This is an interactive website where students will learn about the dangers of using ecstasy and how it can damage their bodies and put them at risk.
This is an interactive website where students will learn about methamphetamines, their dangers and effects, addiction, and where to get help.
This is a supplemental website that can be used while teaching the dangers of abusing prescription drugs. Students will learn how prescription drugs are abused, how they can harm the body, and how to get help for someone they suspect may be abusing prescription drugs.
This is an assessment tool to use after students take part in the Drug Facts: MDMA (Ecstasy and Molly) lesson and learn about the dangers of ecstasy use.
In this activity students will work as a team and learn how drug use can lead to dangerous behaviors that may result in contracting the HIV virus.
This is an assessment that will test what students know about drug abuse. It can be used to teach abou the myths and misconceptions about drug abuse, addiction, and the dangers of drugs.