Poster #107 – Substance Abuse Posters for Teens

Description

Poster #107

Substance abuse problems often come to school with students. Sometimes your job as an educator must go beyond lessons and teaching.  Our Poster #107, from the Oh The People You'll Meet series of substance abuse prevention posters, helps teachers and school staff inspire students to make healthy and safe decisions. For those of you that are counselors, social workers, guidance counselors, juvenile parole officers, juvenile justice staff or drug and alcohol counselors, our Poster #107 is the perfect addition to your walls too. It delivers an unforgettable substance abuse prevention message.

The leading cause of death of teenagers is car crashes. When teens drink and drive, it only multiplies their chances of hurting themselves or others. Help students to make the decision to stay safe and not drink and drive.  When students make responsible and healthy decisions about substance abuse, they are more likely to be successful in school and in life. Keeping your students safe is a big part of your job no matter whether you are an educator, counselor, therapist, substance abuse counselor, student assistance worker, or juvenile court worker.

Help give students the chance to follow the law and to refrain from driving while intoxicated. This powerful, compelling substance abuse prevention poster will encourage students to make the right decisions. 

 
 
 
 

Additional information

Weight 0.45 lbs

Click to enlarge. School posters printed on medium weight 11″ x 17″ glossy stock

Price: $11.00

About Ruth Herman Wells
Author/Trainer Ruth Herman Wells, M.S. is the director of Youth Change Professional Development Workshops. In 2011, Ruth was rated as a Top 10 U.S. K-12 educational and motivational speaker by Speakerwiki and Speakermix. She is the author of several book series, a columnist, adjunct professor for two universities, and a popular keynote speaker and workshop presenter. Ruth's dozens of books includes Temper and Tantrum Tamers and Turn On the Turned-Off Student.