Courage to Speak Parenting Presentation Virtual with Health Education, Inc.

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Courage to Speak COURAGEOUS PARENTING 101®

“Parenting Through the Opioid Crisis and Beyond”™

A Workshop for Parents, Professionals, and Teachers

Covering Topics Such As:

Understanding Signs of Drug Use

Effective Communication Strategies with Youth on Drugs

Prevention and Intervention Strategies for Teachers

Teaching Youth Drug Refusal Skills

Helping Youth Cope Effectively with Stress and Emotions

Marijuana’s influence on Opioid Abuse and much more

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A DOUBLE DOSE OF PREVENTION™

 

Part 1 Featuring the Courage to Speak® Presentation presented by Ginger Katz, CEO, Founder of The Courage to Speak Foundation and Author of Sunny’s Story, A Drug Prevention Book.

 

 

 

Carlos Reinoso Jr

 

Part 2 Facilitated by Carlos Reinoso Jr. MSMOL, BHCC trained in substance use disorder and addiction presenting Courage to Speak® Courageous Parenting 101 “Parenting Through the Opioid Crisis and Beyond” ™

 

The Courage to Speak Presents Ginger Katz, Founder and CEO and Carlos Reinoso Jr. are presenting the Courage to Speak Parent Presentation Virtual for Health Education, Inc.

This event will be Virtual.

 

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For a quick overview of the schedule, please see Presentation Schedule At A Glance.

To request more information on our Drug Prevention Education Programs and Services, please fill-out a Drug Prevention Program Request or call the office at 203-831-9700.

Virtual & Live Presentations Available. The Courage to Speak Foundation offers the Courage to Speak Presentation for students, parents, educators, and community members virtually and live.

The Courage to Speak Foundation

144 East Ave Suite #200
Norwalk, CT 06851

Phone:
Office (203) 831-9700

Fax: (203) 831-9800

Web: Courage to Speak Foundation

Learn more about Courage to Speak® substance use prevention education programs for Elementary, Middle, and High School students.

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