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O'Mahony, John, ed. (2008) Let's talk drugs: How to talk to your children about drugs. Cork: Irish Examiner.

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Advice for parents has been provided by Chris Murphy who is a counsellor, supervisor of counsellors, and manager in Crosscare's DAP [Drug and Alcohol Programme] whose website is www.dap.ie. He can be contacted at chris@dap.ie. Case studies and quotes from teenagers provided courtesy of 'www.SpunOut.ie' — a youth-led online forum for young people. It is run by a youth-led charity and works closely with the HSE and youth health groups throughout the country.


Date
January 2008
Pages
35 p.
Publisher
Irish Examiner
Corporate Creators
Irish Examiner
Place of Publication
Cork
Keywords
Ireland, parent, parent AOD education, parent-child communication, parental support, role of parent, service for families and children
Notes
This special supplement from the Irish Examiner was issued on 29 January 2008. It provides information on a number of illicit drugs, advice for parents, and contact details for drug and alcohol agencies throughout the country.
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Accession Number
HRB 4204 (Available)

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