The Parents360 Rx Action Toolkit can be used by professionals from law enforcement, prevention and treatment, as well as by any concerned adults who want to share information about medicine abuse with their friends, family, neighbors and organizations to which they belong.
The Parents360 Rx Action Toolkit consists of a video, a discussion guide and a small number of documents, and is available to individuals and organizations at no charge. Program hosts show the short (11-minute) video, which addresses the impact of medicine abuse on real families, to stimulate an informal discussion. The focus of this video is prescription medicine abuse, considered by many to be the biggest substance abuse threat we currently face and one that is unknown to many parents and underestimated by many others. While medicine abuse is the focus, the discussion may be guided to include other substance abuse topics as desired.
The Parents360 Rx Action Toolkit makes it very easy to share the video and have a meaningful, productive discussion about the issues raised within. All that is required is a computer connected to a projector or a DVD player that is connected to a TV.
We also ask for your help to spread the word. You can make a real difference in the lives of your family, friends, co-workers and neighbors by sharing information about the Parents360 Rx Action Toolkit. We have created versions for individuals as well as organizations such as police departments, schools, prevention organizations, health care providers and businesses.
Technical assistance on using this new tool is available upon request.
You can access these materials in a number of ways:
Download Zip File
Download all of the documents as zip file, then download a high-resolution or low-resolution version of the video below.
Download Individual Documents
Download a high-resolution or low-resolution version of the video, and then right-click on the names of each of the documents listed below and download
A discussion guide for facilitators to help get the discussion started based on issues raised in the video and tips on how to keep the conversation going,
Five handouts for your audience: