Talking to Your Children About Drugs:
Drug addiction is a tough subject to tackle, especially for a parent and their child. Thankfully, DrugRehab.com has a fantastic guide for parents that informs you on everything you need to know about drug use and addiction by children and teens. They can help you develop a strategy for identifying the warning sugns of substance abuse in your children and to prevent it from happening.
Addiction Center provides you with everything you need to know about the various aspects of drug and alcohol addiction. Addiction and substance abuse is a growing problem in America, and Addiction Center has a passion for helping people deal with and overcome their struggles with it. Please visit their website if you want more information on recovery from substance abuse.
Other Parental Resources:
MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolers) builds circles of moms who love each other like family. Women around the world are starting MOPS groups in churches, hospitals, YMCAs, homes, coffee shops, correctional facilities and on military bases, and profound things are taking place.
Our gatherings are where moms can meet to share their hopes, fears and insights, in a format that works with their schedules, that doesn’t neglect their faith nor their womanhood, their motherhood nor their purpose, their heart nor their mind. We provide you the resources to join a group, start your own, or become a member.
Sticky Faith is a ministry framework and parenting philosophy backed by practical and proven ideas to help develop long-term faith in teenagers.
Parenting can sometimes feel overwhelming. Sometimes it’s hard to get together with other parents! If you would like some support, time with other parents, or just some parenting advice, come and join us!
We will start by meeting Tuesday afternoons during Lent from 1:30pm-2:30pm. Come when you can and we’ll figure out where to go from there!
FreeGrantsForWomen is a website that helps provide low income women with financial assistance and the resources to find grants for them. These grants help families with education, rent, housing, utility bills, mortgage, and medical bills.
Visit their website at the following link to learn more:
Explore a wide variety of topics for parents to discuss with their children on the Sesame Street in Communities website. Topics deal with heavy topics like helping kids grieve, dealing with divorce, and community violence, to lighter topics such as eating well, family bonding, and developing skills.