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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 More than 3,200 peopleunder the age of 18 have smoked their first cigarette. More than 3,200 peopleunder the age of 18 have smoked their first cigarette. Only 24% of parents in Wake County have talked to their children about drug and tobacco use, and only 22% have talked to their children about alcoholuse in 2013. Only 24% of parents in Wake County have talked to their children about drug and tobacco use, and only 22% have talked to their children about alcoholuse in 2013. Teens & Drugs Teens & Drugs The Facts and How to Help in Wake County, NC The Facts and How to Help in Wake County, NC 11.70% of 8th graders, 27.30% of 10th graders, and 35.10% of 12th graders have had Marijuana in 2014. 11.70% of 8th graders, 27.30% of 10th graders, and 35.10% of 12th graders have had Marijuana in 2014. Nearly half of the people in the U.S. under 18 haveabused an illegal drug or a prescription drug atleast once. Nearly half of the people in the U.S. under 18 haveabused an illegal drug or a prescription drug atleast once. Who To Call For Support in a Crisis in Wake County: Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)Hotline: 1-800-662-HELP Spotlight Health Care: (919)-787-6131 SouthLight Administrative Office3125 Poplarwood Court, Suite 203Raleigh, NC 27604 Wake Crisis Services: (919)-250-1260 TIME TO TALK TIME TO TALK Reasons Teens May Use Drugs: Reasons Teens May Use Drugs: Peer Pressure RelaxationFun Boredom CuriosityExperimentatio nTo Escape from Psychological or Physiological Pain Peer Pressure Relaxation/Fun Boredom Curiosity/Experimentatio nTo Escape from Psychological or Physiological Pain 1.As a friend, provide them with good advice and listen when your friend needs to talk2.Educate yourself about drugs, the effectsand the problems drugs can cause. 3.Give your friend facts and refer them to your resources (ex. NIDA for Teens Web site)4.Encourage your friend to talk to an adult that he or she can trust (ex. teacher, parent of a close friend, coach)5.If your friend wants help but does not feel comfortable talking to an adult, then you can seek out treatment resources in your local community (can be found athttps:/findtreatment.samhsa.gov), some of which are just for teens. 1. As a friend, provide them with good advice and listen when your friend needs to talk2. Educate yourself about drugs, the effectsand the problems drugs can cause. 3. Give your friend facts and refer them to your resources (ex. NIDA for Teens Web site)4. Encourage your friend to talk to an adult that he or she can trust (ex. teacher, parent of a close friend, coach)5. If your friend wants help but does not feel comfortable talking to an adult, then you can seek out treatment resources in your local community (can be found athttps://findtreatment.samhsa.gov/), some of which are just for teens. How To Help a Friend With Drug Abuse or Addiction How To Help a Friend With Drug Abuse or Addiction? Created by Julie Dodson 12% of residents in Wake Countydo not know where to go fora drugalcohol problem in 2013. 12% of residents in Wake Countydo not know where to go fora drug/alcohol problem in 2013. Wake Teen:(919)-828-0035
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