Drug-Free Irondequoit: Together

Champions for Drug-free Youth in Irondequoit

Champions for Drug-free Youth in Irondequoit

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Let's Talk About...

Let's Talk About Series:  Alcohol and the Law 

Video of Chief Richard Tantalo, Irondequoit Police Department.  This is the first in the series of 4 videos pertaining to alcohol and substance use among youth and how to start early conversations with your child.    

Let's Talk About...

Youth Pastor Graham Spruill shares information about developing protective factors in your teen's lives while also addressing youth and parent engagement!

Let's Talk About...

Dr. Kristen Savage, Pediatrician from Irondequoit Pediatrics talks about the risks of early alcohol and other substance use as well as when to start early conversations with children.

Let's Talk About...

Yana Khashper,  CEO and Co- Founder of ROCovery Fitness shares her story of early substance use to addiction to recovery.  Yana's message is shared with parents.

Vaping: is it worth it? Educational Video for Parents

The Upstate New York Poison Center wants to help parents know the dangers of vaping and what to watch out for in their home. Watch this and learn how you can talk to your kids now!

Health Advisory: Unexplained Vaping-associated Pulmonary Disease

This advisory is to inform you of an emerging health threat of severe pulmonary disease

associated with the use of vape products. This message includes information on case

presentation and steps to take if you suspect lung disease in patients reporting use of vape


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Starting the conversation with your teen about prom and graduation safety