CPY Newsletter                                                                   August, 2015
Marijuana Training Seminar
Don't miss out.  Sign up and take advantage of this valuable seminar. 
Marijuana - Trends, Science, and Updates
Seating is limited:  RSVP by contacting Christina at  Civazes@placer.ca.gov or (530) 889-7238

Rocklin Police Activities League

National Recovery Month

Help Celebrate Recovery Month in September
Join thousands of organizations and individuals this September celebrating those in recovery and raise awareness that people can and do recover.
For the past 26 years, National Recovery Month has inspired millions of people to raise awareness about mental and/or substance use disorders, share their stories of recovery, and encourage others who are still in need of services and support.
Join the Voices for Recovery: Visible, Vocal, Valuable!
is the 2015 theme and highlights the value of peer support by educating, mentoring, and helping others
Visit  http://www.recoverymonth.gov/  to download the Recovery Month Toolkit, to view and share Recovery Month PSAs and to add your local Recovery Month event.
Free APP For Parents
Our complete Drug Guide for Parents is now available for quick and easy reference as a mobile app for Android phones and iPhones. Parents can now access vital information on drugs most commonly abused by teens right from their smartphones, including photos, slang terms and short- and long-term effects.
Get the Latest Substance Abuse/Addiction News Right in Your Inbox

For four years and counting, the Partnership's Join Together News Service continues to keep readers informed about the top substance abuse and addiction news that impacts their work, life and community. Find in-depth explorations and expert commentary related to research, breakthroughs, emerging drug threats, policies affecting the substance abuse field and more, sent straight to your inbox each week.
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Have You Taken? - The Parent Pledge

The Parent Pledge is entering its 5th Year of enrolling Parents, Guardians, Households and Families in our Campaign to do what ever it takes to STAND UP for Youth in our Community.
Please join the other responsible and dedicated individuals who have signed on to this important campaign!
Follow the link below to learn the details about what you can do to ensure that our Community Continues to become a safer place for youth to learn, grow and become the young adults we all want them to be!

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Marijuana Trends Seminar
Thursday August 27th
3:00 - 5:00 pm
Rocklin PD   RSVP
See flier in this newsletter for details
September is National Prevention Month
Information and toolkit at:

Prescription Drug Take Back
Saturday 10/10/2015
watch for details  

Partnership for
Drug Free Kids
Where families find answers
Answering your child's tough questions about alcohol
A Parent's Guide to the Teen Brain - Skills, Tools & Tips
Parents Toll-Free Helpline
Monday to Friday, 
10 am - 6 pm ET
(English and Spanish)
Time to Act
Think your teen is using?
Step-by-step guide for parents who suspect their teen is using alcohol or drugs
Teen Plan

F acts for teens about prescription drugs

Placer County Youth Commission
Placer Sheriff's Activity League (PSAL):
activities for youth - 
Mondays 2pm - 4:30pm
Wednesdays 3pm - 5:30pm
Fridays 3pm - 5:30pm
Rock Creek Elementary,Auburn    
Contact Detective Shon Schoer
(916) 652-2422

The Partnership at Drugfree.org

Parent Tool Kit 
Parent Pledge
handbook for talking with college students about  t he consequences of alcohol use.
secure your medications safely and easily
locking cap dude

Small conversations can make a big impression

SAMHSA'S PSA campaign helps parents and caregivers start talking to their children early about the dangers of alcohol
Spanish Language Parent
free, bilingual online resource
Bilingual Tool-Free helpline
(Monday-Friday 10am-6pm EST)
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