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Common Concerns about Drugs and Teenagers

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Your teenager may come into contact with drugs for the first time during high school. They may encounter drugs at a party and may be tempted to try them out of curiosity, or to join in with their friends, or to feel better.

This factsheet from Reach Out can help if you:

  • are concerned about peer pressure and drugs.
  • want to talk to your teenager about drugs.
  • need more information on how Australian teenagers are using drugs.
  • are concerned that your teen has a problem.

Please note this resource was created outside of Tasmania: it may contain links for services not available in the state.

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Disclaimer: This resource is from a source outside of Australia: it may contain links to services not available locally, unfamiliar terms, and refer to laws that do not apply in Australia. It has been included on CODE as it contains useful information despite some content not being locally relevant.

Disclaimer: This resource is from a source outside of Tasmania: it may contain links to services not available locally, unfamiliar terms, and refer to laws that do not apply in our state. It has been included on CODE as it contains useful information despite some content not being locally relevant.

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