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Teens' Frequently Asked Questions:

Q: What can I do if a friend or loved one is doing drugs?
Q: How do drugs effect our development or our body?
Q: How do drugs damage the brain/body?
Q: What is addiction / substance use disorder?

Parents are their children’s first Teachers

Q. What should I do if I think my child is using drugs?
Q. What are some warning signs of drug use?
Q. How do I talk to my child about drugs and the impact on the body?

RCADD Programs That May Help You

HOPE Program

Families trying to cope with a loved one who is struggling with Substance Use Disorder (SUD) may experience a strong internal tug of war that can strain the strongest bonds. Supporting a family member who is suffering from this disease is an incredibly difficult and exhausting task. HOPE is an educational and support program for families affected by SUDs.


  • Recognize the signs and symptoms of substance use
  • Understand the mental & emotional impact on families living with a person with SUD
  • Explore avenues of support
  • Learn about stages of recovery

HOPE is a Strictly Confidential Program. Families can meet one-on-one or in a group setting with a facilitator who is experienced in the field of addiction and working with families.

Foundations Recovery Community Center (FRCC)

FRCC provides peer-to-peer recovery support services to individuals and families in all stages of recovery by supporting multiple pathways to recovery. They also educate the community on effective outcomes associated with receiving appropriate information, treatment and recovery support.

These services are free of charge.

Visit Foundations Recovery Community Center Page

Individual and group presentations are available both in person and virtually. These educational presentations are engaging, informative, and age appropriate.

Presentations for students/youth:

Dangers of Vaping

Students know a lot about vaping however, can they see how everything is connected? Decoding what’s behind the vapor will allow our youth to make an informed decision as we discuss the contents used to make e-juice, the chemicals produced, the effects on the body and marketing tactics.

Social Media Safety

Students will have the opportunity to discuss this highly influential platform from another perspective. We discuss privacy settings, approval of friends, the concept of oversharing, and more.

Presentations for Parents/Adults:

Vaping 101- What Parents and Concerned Adults Need to Know

This engaging presentation is designed for parents/adults to educate themselves on what vaping is, how it impacts the body, and the latest drug trends to look out for.

Marijuana – What You Need to Know

With the recent changes to the marijuana laws, many teens have questions. Now that it’s legal does that mean it’s safe? Join us for conversation and education on this polarizing topic. Ask questions and let’s learn together!

Anxiety and COVID

Parents/adults will learn practical tips on managing their own anxiety related to the pandemic, along with how they can help their children cope with anxiety and isolation. They will also receive resources in the form of web links or printouts for additional help.