The Parental Peace of Mind Program is a program offered to families and schools, concerned about the possibility of youth drug and alcohol use or abuse. Many school police liaisons and chemical health specialists see our program as a valuable community tool to help youth recognize these negative choices and educate families collectively.
It is administered every three years to 6th-, 9th- and 12th-grade students and also is offered to students in area learning centers and to youth in juvenile correctional facilities. Questions are asked related to both the home and school life of students; topics include family relationships, feelings about school, substance use, wellness activities, and more. Participation in the survey is voluntary, confidential and anonymous.