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Help Keep Arizona Kids Drug Free | DrugFreeAzKids.org - DrugFreeAzKids.org / The Partnership for a Drug-Free America, Arizona Affiliate is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. We have a volunteer board of directors and service all of Arizona. You can read more about our mission, our staff and our board of directors who are passionate about the work they do each day.

  • http://www.drugfreeazkids.org/donate Donate | DrugFreeAzKids.org -   Thank you for supporting our mission to prevent and reduce youth drug and alcohol use!
  • http://www.drugfreeazkids.org/parents Parents | DrugFreeAzKids.org - Your child is more likely to be offered drugs by a friend than a stranger, and today kids are taking pills at an alarming rate. Your child will be better equipped to avoid peer pressure, to get high, or drink if you start talking early and listening often. These resources will provide you with the tools to help your child make good decisions when faced with tough choices.
  • http://www.drugfreeazkids.org/parent/downloadable%20tools Downloadable Tools | DrugFreeAzKids.org - Whether you're a parent, caregiver, friend or relative, there comes a time when you need some help talking about tough issues like drinking and drug use. On this page, you'll find helpful links to tool kits that help you better communicate with a child in your life. These tool kits:
  • http://www.drugfreeazkids.org/LearnAboutDrugs Learn About Drugs | DrugFreeAzKids.org - As parents or caregivers we all have a lot of questions when it comes to drugs. Don't worry. You don't need to be an expert on every single drug to begin the conversation about drugs and drinking with your kids. Be sure to check out our drug guide for specific drug information and the other resources listed below: ►Drug Guide ►Signs of Drug Use
  • http://www.drugfreeazkids.org/UnderstandingTeenBrain Understanding The Teen Brain | DrugFreeAzKids.org - Understanding The Teen Brain From mood swings to risk taking, “normal teenage behavior” can appear to be anything but normal to parents and others.  However, new research reveals that patterns of brain development during these formative years plays a significant role in shaping your teen’s personality and actions. Watch the video if you have ever wondered:
  • http://www.drugfreeazkids.org/video-learning Welcome to our Video Learning Center | DrugFreeAzKids.org - DrugFreeAZKids.org is your partner when it comes to guiding children to make healthy choices. The videos featured in this online learning center give practical advice that you can use with children beginning in elementary school. Let’s get started!  
  • http://www.drugfreeazkids.org/content/why-our-family Stories of Hope & Healing | DrugFreeAzKids.org - Moms, dads, teens and grandparents reach out to us to share their stories. They want to help. Some families, tragically, have lost their children to drug use. Others face costly treatment and what can be a life-long struggle in recovery. Our shared goal with Arizona families is to open dialogue and engage parents and caregivers to help prevent substance use by our children. We must work together to help our kids grow up healthy and safe.
  • http://www.drugfreeazkids.org/drug-guide Drug Guide | DrugFreeAzKids.org -   Below you can access information about what drugs look like, what kids call them, and what affects they have on kids who use them. Select a substance to find out more.  
  • http://www.drugfreeazkids.org/gethelp Get Help | DrugFreeAzKids.org - Crisis and Emergency Information Police, Fire or medical emergencies Call 911 Statewide Crisis Line 1-800-631-1314 Banner Good Samaritan Poison Help Line 1-800-222-1222 Community Information and Referral Services Call 211
  • http://www.drugfreeazkids.org/findtreatment Find Treatment | DrugFreeAzKids.org - If you are in crisis, call the Crisis Line at (800) 631-1314.  If this is an emergency, call 911.   Intervention & Treatment Guides
  • http://www.drugfreeazkids.org/above-the-influence Above the Influence | DrugFreeAzKids.org - During high school you may hear your friends, parents or even a coach tell you to “just be yourself” – but what does that really mean? Knowing who you are and what you believe in is important. Recognizing the influences in your life (both good and bad) makes it easier for you to make important choices about who to hang out with and whether or not to try drugs or alcohol.
  • http://www.drugfreeazkids.org/LetsTalkPressure Let's Talk Pressure | DrugFreeAzKids.org - What pressures do you face? Maybe pressure from others? Or maybe pressure you put on yourself? It can be tough to manage and even tougher to cope with, so what can you do?
  • http://www.drugfreeazkids.org/Programs Programs | DrugFreeAzKids.org - Let the DrugFreeAZKids.org team be your partner in raising healthy drug-free kids. We have programs and resources for parents, schools, and various community partners.  Check out some of these programs below.  
  • http://www.drugfreeazkids.org/partners/community-alliance-program Community Alliance Program | DrugFreeAzKids.org - The Community Alliance Program is an organizational membership-based program that brings together communities across Arizona to prevent and reduce drug use among youth. An "Alliance" is a coalition, task force or dedicated community group who is committed to substance abuse prevention. We seek community partners who will team up with us to help prevent and reduce substance abuse and become the Partnership contact for their community/county.
  • http://www.drugfreeazkids.org/ContactsbyCounty Contacts by County | DrugFreeAzKids.org - Connect with the Community Alliance Program member in your community.   Coconino County
  • http://www.drugfreeazkids.org/partners/healthcare-partners Healthcare Partners | DrugFreeAzKids.org - Research from The Partnership shows that parents turn to their doctors for information about substance abuse and would like more information from their healthcare providers about the issue. The Arizona Affiliate’s healthcare provider program involves educating physicians, school nurses, teachers and school counselors about the current trends in substance abuse among children, how drug use can be prevented and where to go for help.
  • http://www.drugfreeazkids.org/content/lunch-learn Lunch & Learn | DrugFreeAzKids.org -                                                 Why Conduct a Program for Your Business? Lunch & Learn Impacts Your Bottom Line
  • http://www.drugfreeazkids.org/webinar Webinars | DrugFreeAzKids.org -   (Click the menu in the top left corner to view all the webinars.  You can also access a specific webinar below.)  
  • http://www.drugfreeazkids.org/calendar Calendar | DrugFreeAzKids.org -   Click below to access information about upcoming webinars or a full calendar of our parenting workshops and events.    

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  • James - Not bad at all!

    Honestly its not bad at all. He takes some 80's synth pop and mixes it with modern day pop music. He surprisingly does a very good job at this. Its fun and positive and you do want to get up and dance to a lot of these songs. Well mixed and well produced, good job Corey.

  • Andrew Scarlata - THE GIFT THAT KEEPS ON GIVING...(fellow wolf pack member Joe's review below)

    My friend Andy recently gave me the Three Wolf Shirt as a gift. I have been fortunate enough in this life to receive many gifts, but this shirt is in a class all by itself. Since then, I have separated my friends into two distinct categories: those who give me Three Wolf Shirts as gifts, and those who don't. Simple as that.

  • D. Klecan - the scent settles upon her and she wakes up happy to see us

    this is a comment in response to the authors CNN article...CNN comments section was frozen: My dog is deaf. I have learned more about the incredible power of scent dogs have from observing her these past 6 years. She can find us in any room at any time. When we come home and she is sound asleep, she doesn't wake up by vibrations, as many people report, but by our scent. You can almost see how as we walk around her, the scent settles upon her and she wakes up happy to see us. Through her, I've met other deaf dogs and their owners, some of who are deaf. It's a wonderful world of sight, scent and quiet.

  • killya - Nzuri the wonder cure

    At first when I went to use Nzuri I was a little skeptical as I have never used any kind of beauty product that worked from the inside out. I must say I was pleasantly surprised. Not only did my hair get longer, fuller, and shinier, but my skin looked healthier and softer. I was suffering from dry skin and hair from the colder weather, but not after using Nzuri. It gave my skin and hair the boost it needed. Nzuri made my nails better, too. For a while now I have had these vertical ridges on all of my nails. I would always say my nails were like potato chips because they have ridges too, but after using Nzuri the ridges have almost completely disappeared. Also in addition to ingesting the Nzuri I sometimes soak my face and nails in it to give them a little extra boost. Even though I am 23 I still get acne breakouts from time to time, but I have not had one pimple since I have been using Nzuri. Not only that, but where ever I go people compliment me on my skin and hair. They even get confused and think I am a high school student and I'm 23!

  • Review and preview - Results after one week

    I am of north African descent and am acne prone in my back and also butt region... Working out and sweating also didn't help.. I used this scar cream for a week in conjunction with my "humane" body wash after reading a bunch of reviews... Literally one week I noticed results.. The scarring has faded so much that it's not really bothersome and it has helped fade dark spots that have been on my back and butt for months.. the product is really small.. That being said a little pump goes a long way but the consistency is quite liquidy so you may pump out more than you need. The smell is soothing .. Idk kinda like chamomile and lavender. I would recommend this for fading acne scarring/hyperpigmentation on the body.. For the face I use Retin-A which seems to be more effective .. This product takes a bit longer for my skin type for hyper-pigmentation on the face.