What parents can do

Do you suspect your teen is using substances? Hear from Rogers Behavioral Health’s executive director of addiction services, Dr. Michelle Maloney, about the steps you should follow to take care of yourself and your teen, including why you need to identify your own “hot” buttons. Learn tips for how to have important conversations with your teen about drugs and alcohol which can reduce the chances of your teen using them.

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