If you notice something different about your child, having an open conversation about the possibility of substance use can help you learn more. There aren’t always warning signs, but you should be on the lookout for:
- Physical signs such as blurry eyes or the odor of drugs and alcohol
- Worsening mood, depression, or anxiety
- Acting out, being more argumentative or secretive, lying, or sneaking out
- Falling grades and school truancy
- Changes in sleep patterns
- New or changing friendships
- A worsening parent-child relationship
Seek Professional Help
It takes courage to ask for help. We are here to support you, your child, and your family. Early intervention can have a significant impact on your loved one’s future.
We Work with 13- to 24-Year-Olds and Their Families
Our providers work with teens, young adults, and families to collaboratively address substance use and related problems.