Teens Talk: Protecting Their Game

In this episode of “What Parents Are Saying” we flip the script and talk to high school students – high school athletes to be more specific. Listen in as we get their perspectives on the impact of using substances, the effects of peer pressure, ways they’ve been able to make a difference with their peers, and even how parents can better support their efforts to stay substance free. This group of students come from different states across the country and are a part of the Substance-Free Athletics program within their school. They do a fantastic job of talking about why they choose not to use and the importance of lending their voices to this topic.  This podcast is brought to you by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). The views expressed here are not necessarily those of SAMHSA or the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. For questions or comments about this podcast, please contact [email protected].

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The “Talk. They Hear You.” campaign is pleased to announce its new podcast: What Parents Are Saying — Prevention Wisdom, Authenticity, and Empowerment. The goal is to provide a platform where parents and caregivers can get informed, be prepared, and take action by having open and honest conversations with their kids about substance use and mental health. Hosted by Debbie Berndt, Director of Parent Movement 2.0, the podcast will feature discussions with parents, caregivers, and nationally recognized experts lending their unique perspectives and experiences on how to navigate conversations around these important topics. Learn more at talktheyhearyou.samhsa.gov.