Teenagers and Drugs

Many parents are faced with the difficult question “Is my teenager taking drugs?”The thought of teens using drugs is not a comfortable one for most parents. You don’t want to believe that your teenager could be involved in using drugs or alcohol, but you also don’t want to ignore these possible early warning signs:

1.Communication dries up between you.

2.He or she starts keeping odd hours.

3.Your teenager keeping later hours than before.

4.There has been a change in his or her personality.

5.More and more time is spent on the computer.

6.They are socialising with people or an undesirable nature.

7.Your teenager is defensive when asked about where he or she has been. If your child displays a number of these changes, or behavioural differences, it is likely that your child has exposed him/herself to situations that require monitoring and confirmation that they are in a safe and healthy environment.

Please contact us for a confidential investigation that will help you gain peace of mind.

One thing remains true:

Parents are the most important influence in a teen’s decisions about drug use. You can and do make a difference. If you think or know that your teenager is taking drugs, you need to take action now, because the longer you wait, the harder it will be to deal with your teenager’s drug use