Navigating Substance Experimentation
FREE PARENTING WORKSHOP
Navigating Substance Experimentation in Teens (NSET)
A free, two-hour workshop offering information and support for parents or caregivers whose teen is experimenting with alcohol, marijuana, vaping and other substances.
Interactive, judgement-free and practical
Led by professionals in teen substance use prevention
Held the first Wednesday of each month from 6-8 pm at Jefferson County Public Health (645 Parfet Street, Lakewood)
Workshops are for parents, guardians or
primary caregivers of adolescents:
A workbook will be provided to each registered participant
Youth should not attend the workshop
Free dinner will be provided to attendees
There is no cost to participants, because the program is 100% grant-funded
Information about marijuana, alcohol, vaping & other drugs
Information about strategies to help keep your teen safe
Communication and staying connected
When and how to seek treatment
A workshop is held the first Wednesday of each month:*
Jefferson County Public Health
645 Parfet Street, Lakewood
This location can be accessed via RTD buses. Click here for the RTD Trip Planner.
* February class will be held on the second Wednesday, Feb. 12.
OTHER UPCOMING WORKSHOPS
Click below for a list of upcoming training opportunities led by partner organizations connected to the Trustable Adults initiative of Jefferson County Communities That Care. Our goal is to offer classes each quarter on youth mental health/suicide prevention, positive youth development and communicating with teenagers.