4 Hour Drug and Alcohol Awareness Guide for Parents
Parents get suspicious when they hear their child talking to someone about drugs. Or, maybe they read disturbing texts messages or emails. Some see concerning material on their child’s Facebook page. Other parents report that they become very concerned when they find strange looking pipes in their child’s belonging. Money from wallets and purses mysteriously disappearing are all signs that make parents worry. Whatever the case, if there is a feeling or a suspicion then it would be wise to look into further. This guide is for parents who want to know what the signs and symptoms are of drug and alcohol abuse. As a parent, it is normal to be concerned. Listen to your inner voice.
12 Hour Child Endangerment Class
If one or more of these examples apply to your situation consider taking this 12-hour Child Endangerment Course. Some common examples include: Leaving a child unattended in a motor vehicle, Drug arrest in the presence of a child, Positive drug test, driving while intoxicated with child in the motor vehicle, speeding more than 20 MPH over the posted speed limit, Hiring a person with a know history of sexual offenses as a childcare provider, Drug manufacturing in the presence of a child, leaving a young child unsupervised in an unsafe area or at anytime a child was placed in a potentially harmful situation, either through negligence or misconduct.
12 Hour Child Abuse & Neglect Class
Enroll in this course to learn about a very common type of child abuse. Child neglect is a failure to provide for a child’s basic needs, whether it’s inadequate food, clothing, hygiene or supervision. Our program on child abuse and neglect will include definitions, identification of signs and symptoms, statistics and data, risk and protective factors, grooming practices of perpetrators, the impact on individuals and society, and more.
12 Hour Substance Abuse & Parenting Class
Children of all ages suffer when a parent abuses alcohol or drugs. This program is meant to give you knowledge so that you can take action. It details the dramatic and negative effects of what substance and alcohol abuse can have on a parent’s behavior, judgment, and impulse control. This course examines parental substance use and the impact it has on children. Children whose parents abuse alcohol and other drugs are at greater risk of being physically or sexually assaulted and are at greater risk of being neglected.