Think About It...helping parents, youth and educators understand the influences of alcohol and other drugs.

About Us

Think About It is an initiative aimed at reducing harm due to alcohol and other drug use for both youth and those who may be affected by their choices.

Who's involved?  The Think About It Program includes volunteers and professionals in health, business, law, education, and transportation.

Our mission… “To equip youth and parents with information, skills, and community resources to plan safer celebrations throughout the year". 

 

Learn how to talk with your teen about cannabis - Drug Free Kids Canada Cannabis Talk Kit. 

Keeping the lines of communication open can make a big difference in preventing your teen's drug use.

Read Drug Free Kids Canada's Cannabis Talk Kit to help start the conversation now.

Drug Free Kids Canada's latest campaign, “The Call That Comes After,”  aims to drive home the dangers of high driving and being a passenger in a car with a driver who has used marijuana to parents and teens.

 

Looking for ideas to help start the conversation?

Check out this video for ideas on preventing underage drinking.

 

 

Talking with your teen about marijuana doesn’t have to be awkward. Watch the first video in Partnership For Drug-Free Kids' special series for parents that will help you set the stage for an easier conversation with your teen about pot or any other negative influence.

We're here to help you plan safer celebrations! If you have any questions or need further information please contact your local health unit:

Elgin St. Thomas Public Health
1230 Talbot Street, 
St. Thomas, ON N5P 1G9
519-631-9900 / 1-800-922-0096
www.elginhealth.on.ca


 See full list of supporting partners/agencies here.

Middlesex-London Health Unit
50 King Street London, ON
N6A 5L7
519-663-5317
www.healthunit.com

 

Oxford County Public Health
& Emergency Services
410 Buller Street
Woodstock, ON N4S 4N2
519-539-9800 / 1-800-755-0394
www.oxfordcounty.ca