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Children whose parents talk with them about drug use are more likely than other kids to avoid using drugs. Words Can Work offers these tips to help parents start and continue conversations with their kids about drugs.

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Copyright 2015 Blake Works Inc. Encourage your child to be involved in activities at school and in the community. >
Know your children’s friends. >
Set clear rules about drug use. Enforce the rules. >
Share your values with your children about drug use. >

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