Peers have tremendous influence on each other. This applies to virtually every aspect of personal experience, including individual and shared attitudes, choices and beliefs. The resources we’re offering here provide science-based information about alcohol and other drugs that we hope young minds will use to make decisions as well as influence the decisions of people they care about. Also, we’re including blogs from area youth whose experiences with addiction have motivated them to “pass on” the wisdom derived from their experience.
Talk about Drugs and Alcohol
If you want to talk to your friends about drugs and alcohol or are looking for ideas on how to speak to someone you believe may have a problem, you can find a list of articles and videos here.
If you want to ask another teen a question or get guidance from a fellow peer, you can submit a question to us and we will get back to you as soon as possible. Please note that responses may take up to a week.
How to Get Involved
Through Parkway School District there are many clubs, activities, teams, and events- it’s not hard to find something in which you are interested. Below are a few possibilities to check out at each middle and high school. And there are some PATH specific groups that we want to highlight on this site. If you can’t find what you are looking for or are looking for some way to connect outside of the Parkway area, contact us and we will help you with your search
Parkway Peers Advocating for Total Health (PATH)
Opportunities to Get Involved
Documents from drugfree.org
The Idea Generator
Responding to an Overdose with Naloxone
Write a Contract With Your Kids