Navigating Substance Experimentation

in Teens

FREE PARENTING WORKSHOP

Navigating Substance Experimentation in Teens (NSET)

A free, two-hour workshop for parents & guardians, 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) 

 

Click here to view or download the NSET workshop flyer.

Upcoming Workshops

Navigating Substance Experimentation in Teens
Online Event
Explorando la Experimentación de Sustancias en Adolescentes (NSET) (1)
Evento virtual por Zoom
Navigating Substance Experimentation in Teens (1)
Online Event
TBD
DEMO Navigating Substance Experimentation in Teens
Online Event

OTHER UPCOMING WORKSHOPS 

Trustable Adults

 

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.

trustableadults.com

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This project was created by the Jefferson County Communities That Care coalition and is housed within Jefferson County Public HealthThis resource was developed with funding from a Communities That Care grant from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, a grant from Community First Foundation and a Drug-Free Communities grant from the Office of National Drug Control Policy and Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. The views, policies and opinions expressed are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect those of the grant providers.