Websites:

Chippewa Valley Coalition for Youth and Families   www.cvcoalition.org

National Institute on Drug Abuse   www.drugabuse.gov/  

Partnership for Drug Free Kids    http://www.drugfree.org/  

            Addiction Resource        https://addictionresource.com/

 

Substance Abuse Counseling Resources:

C.A.R.E. of Southeastern Michigan (Community Assessment Referral Education) 586 541-2273 http://www.careofsem.com/  

Clinton Counseling Center  586 468-2266                                                              http://www.clintoncounseling.org/

Macomb County Mental Health Access Center  586 948-0222 http://www.mccmh.net/CallingAccessCenter.aspx

Macomb Family Services   586 226-3440   
www.mfsonline.org

 

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Overall teen drug use low but pot edges up, survey finds
24% of students used marijuana

By NADIA KOUNANG, CNN
Posted: 4:33 AM, December 14, 2017Updated: 2:29 PM, December 14, 2017

http://www.clickondetroit.com/health/overall-teen-drug-use-low-but-pot-edges-up-survey-finds

 

 

 

WHAT DO YOU KNOW ABOUT VAPE?

Vaping what it looks like, how it's hidden

 

NNC Nighlty News with Lester Holt 03/07/2018

 

 

 

 

 

 

DID YOU HEAR ABOUT THE NEW TREND HITTING SCHOOLS?

vape quiz 2017 9.13 final

CHIPPEWA VALLEY SCHOOLS

Educational Services

(586) 723-2020 –

FAX (586) 723-2021

 

January 6, 2017

Dear Parent/Guardian,

It has come to our attention that Vaping (a substitute for cigarettes) is potentially a dangerous practice. Due to the fact that users are substituting its liquid core with alternate substances, i.e., marijuana, acid, and other hard core drugs, any, and all, items associated with Vaping will be treated as drug paraphernalia. Similar to all other drug-related offenses, students who are Vaping, or in possession of Vaping paraphernalia, will be subject to a 10 day out-of-school suspension.

Our schools are drug-free zones and we will continue to send a strong message that drugs and associated paraphernalia will not be tolerated on our campuses. We are committed to maintaining a safe environment for all students.

Sincerely,

Edward G. Skiba

Assistant Superintendent of Educational Services