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Adolescent Health

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Tobacco, Drugs, Alcohol

  • How Can I Quit Smoking? (DHEC)
  • Drug Free America provides parents and youth information about prevention, intervention, and treatment for drugs and alcohol.
  • Campaign for Tobacco Free Kids vision is "a future free of the death and disease caused by tobacco." This is their list of actions parents can take to help ensure their teen remains (or becomes) tobacco-free.
  • Alive at 25 is a "survival" course developed by the National Safety Council. It is designed to prevent the #1 killer of teens, automobile crashes. The website includes several videos promoting positive decision-making while adolescents drive. Let your teen's school know about this program.

Preventing Accidents, Injuries

Runaways

  • National Runaway Switchboard provides information for runaway youth and those concerned about them.
    Parents, make sure to view the Tips Page on how to handle certain situations with your teen.

Bullying

  • StopBullying.gov provides information for teens, parents, and communities on how to prevent or stop bullying.

Online Safety

Hygiene

Obesity, General Health

Vaccines

Poverty, Homelessness

Youth Surveillance Data for SC