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Shocking government statistics show that in Devon the number of 11-15 year olds drinking, smoking and taking drugs is increasing.
If you have a teenage girl or boy then in the last week 51% have drunk alcohol, 29% have smoked and within the last month 22% have taken drugs ranging from pills to cannabis and even Class A.
When children are at home it's easier to keep them safe, but when they get older and need independence that's when it gets tougher for parents.
Care for the family course asks for simple questions and deals with the topics in a fun and informative way:
They show parents how positive parenting can result in children growing up able to make the right decision even when peer pressure is strong.
If you can delay your child smoking you will delay them taking anything else.
The course in Kingsbridge starts on Wednesday 2nd March, it lasts for six weeks and runs for 2 hours 7-9pm.
You can book ringing: 01548 852 641 Ext 155 or 01548 852 770
Due to half term - please be ready to leave a message and Susan Fish will get back to you, but don't worry if its not until Feb 28th.
There is a £15:00 course fee.
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