Talk to Your Kids About Drugs

Drugs are dangerous, no doubt about it. Betsy Brown Braun, author of “Just Tell Me What to Say,” presents practical advice on how you can protect your kids.


 

Hidden In Plain View

Check out AIR’s “Hidden in Plain View” exhibit and what people are saying about it.  Help educate more parents by bringing this exhibit to your kids’ school. Contact us!


 

AIR Partners with the Vanderburgh County Prosecutor's Office

A special thank you to Nick Hermann and Jess Powers of the Vanderburgh County Prosecutor's Office for inviting us to partner with them in the fight against the current opioid epidemic.  We were honored to present with them at the 2017 Regional Neighborhood Network Conference.


 

Pam’s Story: Short Version

Pam Greenberg shares her deeply personal and tragic story in the hopes that it encourages other parents out there to engage their children in conversations about drugs and alcohol. Pam and her husband Marty are members of AIR’s Board of Directors.


 

Pam's Story: Uncut

Pam Greenberg shares her deeply personal and tragic story in the hopes that it encourages other parents out there to engage their children in conversations about drugs and alcohol. Pam and her husband Marty are members of AIR’s Board of Directors.


 

CNN: Kirkwood student tells his story.

Suburban teenagers around the United States are battling opioid addiction. In Kirkwood, a suburb in St. Louis County, heroin deaths are nearly four times the national average.


 

What is Addiction?

"What is addiction?"  An excellent, quick video that describes how addiction physically affects the brain. Video credit: Addiction Policy Forum