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Welcome to Alcohol-Drug Education Service

Alcohol-Drug Education Service – leaders in the field of prevention through education.

Keeping kids safe is what it is all about. This site offers factual, research-based information to help parents
and teachers make it less likely that youth will turn to alcohol and other drugs for recreation or solutions to
their problems.

Drug Facts  • alcohol • tobacco and other drugs

Prevention • protective factors • delaying first use • encouraging resiliency

Parents • what parents need to know • building family bonds • signs of use • talking to kids about drugs
• decision making • refusal skills • grad tips • connecting with community

Teachers • what teachers need to know • making a difference • how A-DES can help • teachers talking to
kids about drugs • developmental assets • building school connectivity


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What's New

Effective Thursday, June 11, the A-DES main phone number is 778 779-0049.
Please change your records accordingly.

It's not only teens who will find whatever is available to get high. The cause of a summer tragedy at Mill Lake in Abbotsford has been revealed, and it's a common scenario whether it's called, sniffing, huffing, bagging – whatever the latest terminology. Here's the story and more critical information about the problem of inhalant abuse.

PCRS Marks 30 Years


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