Drug And Alcohol

Wayne County Prevention Education Services

Wayne County Drug and Alcohol Commission presents

Guiding Good Choices

a five-session program for parents and caregivers of children in grades 4-8 (ages 9-14).

This free five-session workshop will cover:

  • the extent of the drug problem among adolescents
  • how to develop clear family guidelines and expectations for your children
  • teaching preteens and teens important skills for staying out of trouble and keeping their friends while still having fun
  • managing family conflict in a way that maintains and strengthens bonds with your children
  • increasing your children’s involvement in your family during the teen years 

 

LOCATION: The Family Center, 211 Tenth Street, Honesdale, PA

DATES: March 20, March 27, April 3, April 10, and April 17

TIME: 5:30 – 8:00 P.M.

REGISTRATION: Call 570-253-6022 and ask for Mary Paladino or Charlotte Myers OR email cemyers@waynecountypa.gov

A light meal will be served and childcare will be provided.

To support our efforts and the efforts of our community’s parents, The Great Wolf Lodge has graciously offered a one night stay for a family of four to one participant who completes all program sessions in full.  The Wayne County Drug and Alcohol Commission reserves the right to cancel or reschedule this program at its discretion.

 


Contact Information

Telephone – (570) 253-6022

Fax – (570) 253-6125


About

The Wayne County Drug & Alcohol Commission is a public non-profit agency. The Commission is fully licensed by the Pennsylvania Department of Health and the Bureau of Drug & Alcohol Programs. The Commission receives funding from various sources including the Pennsylvania Department of Health, Medical Assistance, and Wayne County.

The Commission’s philosophical approach to chemical dependency is based on the disease concept of chemical dependency. This position promotes the recognition that chemical dependency is a disease characterized by the compulsive use of mood-altering drugs, which results in the interference with some aspect of the individual’s life. In light of this, the Commission is committed to providing prevention, early intervention, and comprehensive drug-free treatment services to the Wayne County area. These services shall be made available to every resident of Wayne County regardless of race, creed, color, age, sex or ability to pay.

The Commission closely guards the confidentiality of its clients.