Tobacco
#1005 I.D.-A-File
Child Protection

Child protection kit - P

Child safety identification & fingerprinting kit containing three vital tools for prevention awareness and gathering vital personal information should a mishap occur.
 

109

We Care About Kids®
Child Identification/Fingerprint 24-page, full-color booklet 

Fingerprint and photo identification booklet. Use it to create a personal record for each child to be used by local law enforcement officials should a mishap occur. Shoud be updated regularly and stored in a child's home information file.

Topics: If Your Child is Missing; Family Secret Code Word; Important Safety Tips; Explaining Dangerous People; Sexual Molestation; Information About Your Child; Your Child's Current Photograph; Your Child's Fingerprints; Your Child's Footprints, Your Current Family Photo; Your Child's Current Class Photo; Information About Parents & Guardians; Relatives, Friends, School, and Community; Dental Records; Scars & Special Marks.


110

The First 48 Hours
Full-color folder 

Provides practical step-by-step tips for finding a missing child. Discusses how to handle the critical first 48 hours a child is missing, including working with law enforcement, media, and the family.

 

 

117

Fingerprint & Photo I.D. File (with ink strip)
Child protection kit 

This compact 5 1/2" x 4 1/4" card unfolds to reveal several areas of child identification for parents to fill out including: Fingerprinting (includes ink strip); Dental Records; Area for a Lock of Your Child's Hair; Your Child's Information; Physical Description; Checklist for Photos; and What to Do If Your Child Is Missing. Fill out one card per child and keep it in a safe place at home where it can be easily located and given to your local law enforcement should a mishap occur.

 
#256 Most Kids Don’t Use Drugs
Drug Prevention

25628 page Flip-book, 6 ¼” x 3 3/4” - UE, MS

The “Most Kids Don’t Use Drugs” flip-book covers vital drug use prevention information in a fun and exciting way. The information is broken down into short easy to understand pages with attention getting cartoons that makes for a quick read to keep kid’s attention. It features colorful cascading pages on each of the gateway drug topics and more: Alcohol, Marijuana, Tobacco, and Inhalants. The back two pages cover Over-the-Counter Drugs and Prescription Drugs. Even though the character is a cartoon drawing, he has an edgy type of art style, which should appeal to upper elementary and possibly middle school-age kids.

Topics Covered: Alcohol; Marijuana; Tobacco; Inhalants; Over-the-Counter Drugs and Prescription Drugs; Safety Friends; Choose Good Friends; Gateway Drugs; You’ve Only Got One Body®; Listen to Yourself; Safety Leaders; How to say “NO” and mean it; Peer Pressure; Bullies, About Habits, Drug Addiction, and Zero Tolerance.

 
#254 Why Risk It?
Drug Prevention

25420 page Comic Book (Graphic Novel), 6 ¼” x 10 ¼” - UE, MS

Why Risk It? Is a brand new type of material for NCSC. It is printed on paper, which is like a real comic book. It is a mix of cartoon and real photos and features Safetypup®. This book stresses that not all kids do drugs and concentrates on the consequences of your choices where drug use is concerned.

Comic books can hook early readers with cool illustrations and easy-to-follow stories. They can be the variety kids need to encourage them to read about important topics that were not as interesting when presented in other ways. Information on drug prevention can be incredibly daunting for kids; a wall of words, overwhelming to start and impossible to finish. This means it can be vital to use different teaching methods and tools. Comic books are the perfect information vehicle. They divide up the text into manageable chunks, which is supported by images. These images help readers increase their comprehension through the connection between words and images.

Topics Covered: Alcohol; Tobacco; Marijuana; Inhalants; Steroids; Over the Counter Drugs; Prescription Drugs; Peer Pressure; How to say “NO” and mean it; Bullies; Safety Friends; Choosing Good Friends; Think for Yourself; Texting and Driving; Drinking and Driving; Distracted Driving; Zero Tolerance; Secondhand Smoke; Spitting Tobacco; Chewing Tobacco; Dissolvables; Addiction; Steroids; Supplements; Sports; and Steroids.

 
#781 Confusions 12 - A Comprehensive Guide For Adults About Alcohol and Other Drugs & Topics
Drug Prevention

781 24-page, full-color book, - A, P, D

The premier guide about alcohol and other drugs. This publication is designed to present information about alcohol and other drugs to employers, employees, and the general adult public. It is not intended for kids or teens.

Topics Include: Methamphetamine: Strawberry Quick, "Shake & Bake:" Club Drugs: Ecstasy/MDMA, "Molly," GHB, Ketamine; Cocaine: Crack; Depressants: Tranquilizers, Xanax, Barbiturates; Heroin: Cheese, Krokodil, Black Tar Heroin; Narcotics: OxyContin, Vicodin; Stimulants: Ritalin, Prozac, Ice, Khat, Cat; Hallucinogens: PCP, LSD, Analogs; Inhalants: Huffing, Sniffing, Bagging, Torch Breathing, Dusting; Tobacco: Secondhand Smoke, Cigars, Hookahs, Chewing Tobacco, Dip/Chew, No-Spit Smokeless Tobacco, Dissolvables, E-Cigarettes; Marijuana: Sinsemilla, Medical Marijuana, Hashish; Alcohol: Underage Drinking, Binge Drinking, Smoking or Vaporizing Alcohol, Alcohol Poisoning, Chugging & Absorbing Alcohol; D.U.I – D.W.I.: DUI, DWI, OWI, OMVI, Drugs & Driving, BAC Levels, Responsible Hosts; Drugs in the Workplace: Drug-Free Workplace, High-Risk Behaviors, EAPS; Kids At-Risk: The Choking Game, Underage Drinking & Driving, Robo-Tripping & Skittling, Pharm Parties; In The News: Synthetic Drugs (K2/Spice, Bath Salts), Drunk on Hand Sanitizer, The Cinnamon Challenge, Distracted Driving, Texting & Driving; Bullies: Sexual Harassment, Cyberbullying, Sexting; and Adult Bullying.

 
#258 Why Guess? About Alcohol, Tobacco, & Other Drugs
Drug Prevention

258b16 page full color Tall Book – JH, SH, A,P,D

Why guess? Know the facts about the misuse and abuse of alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs!  Presents vital information on Alcohol, Tobacco, and other drugs, stressing the consequences of use and abuse.

Topics: Synthetic Drugs, Bath Salts, K2/Spice; Over-the-counter drugs, Prescription drugs, Pharm parties; Inhalants; Tobacco; Marijuana; Alcohol; Zero Tolerance; Consequences 

 
#226 You've Only Got One Body®
Drug Prevention

22624-page manual, 7-9 yr. old, LE,

Children will learn about the dangers of abusing tobacco, alcohol, and other drugs. Subjects such as peer pressure, decision making, self-esteem, and choosing good friends are introduced and explored through the adventure of Safetypup® and the Safety-Sure Kids®. This information is presented in a fun-filled manual of games, puzzles, and secret-coded messages for a child to work alone or with a group.

Topics: You are One-of-a-Kind; You are Special; Safety Friends; Safety Leaders; Healthy Habits; Make Good Choices; Be a Good Friend; Think for Yourself; Use Medicines Safely; Protect Yourself from Poisons; Protect Yourself from Tobacco; Know About Alcohol & Other Drugs; Protect Yourself in the Community; Protect Yourself in Dangerous Situations; and Forming a Support Team.

 
#231 You've Only Got One Body®
Drug Prevention

23124-page manual, 9-12 yr. olds, UE

Children gain further knowledge of poison safety, medicine safety, and how tobacco, alcohol, and other drugs damage their bodies. Practical ways to resist pressures to use alcohol and other drugs are also demonstrated. All of these vital safety messages are presented through interesting games, wordsearches, and puzzles to help children acquire the skills to make decisions based on good information and knowledge. The information is presented by the child's friends, Safetypup® and the Safety-Sure Kids®.

Topics: You are One-of-a-Kind; You are Special; Safety Friends; Safety Leaders; Healthy Habits; Make Good Choices; Be a Good Friend; Think for Yourself; Use Medicines Safely; Protect Yourself from Poisons; Protect Yourself from Tobacco; Know About Alcohol & Other Drugs; Protect Yourself in the Community; Protect Yourself in Dangerous Situations; and Forming a Support Team.

 
#236 Hello! Drugs are Dangerous - A Guide to Gateway Drugs
Drug Prevention

#236 Hello! Drugs are Dangerous8-pg. full-color booklet - UE, MS

An informative guide to Gateway Drugs, presented in a humorous manner to grab kids' attention.

Topics include: Introductions; You've Only Got One Body®, Listen to Yourself®, Alcohol, Marijuana, Tobacco, Inhalants, Over-the-Counter Drugs, Prescription Drugs, and Making Good Decisions.

 
#239 Tobacco is Dangerous - Wake Up! It Is Not Cool
Drug Prevention

#239 Tobacco is Dangerous - Wake Up! It Is Not CoolFull-color mini book- UE

Facts about tobacco for an upper elementary audience and their families.

Topics: Drugs & Medicines; Choose Good Friends, The Law, Gateway Drugs; You've Only Got One Body - You are Special; Listen to Yourself; Safety Friends, Safety Leaders; Ways to Say NO; About Tobacco; Side Effects of Tobacco; Tobacco Products - Spitting Tobacco, Chewing Tobacco, Addiction; and Peer Pressure.

 
#259 Illusions - An Informative Guide about Tobacco, Alcohol and Other Drugs for Teens
Drug Prevention

#259 Illusions - An Informative Guide about Tobacco, Alcohol and Other Drugs for Teens8-page, full-color book - JH, SH

This publication is designed to present information about alcohol and other drug abuse to families and teens.

Topics: Alcohol; Drinking & Driving; Distracted Driving (Texting While Driving); Bullies; Mean Girls; Cyberbullying; Self Protection; Strangers; Club Drugs; Safe Dating; Internet Safety; Sexting; Marijuana; Medical Marijuana; K-2/Spice; Tobacco; Spitting/Chew Tobacco; Flavored Cigarettes; and Hookahs.

 
#262 Tobacco
Drug Prevention

#262 TobaccoFull-color sheetlet - JH, SH

Facts about tobacco for a Junior High or Senior High audience and their families.

Topics: Tobacco Facts; Effects of Tobacco; Secondhand Smoke; Spitting Tobacco or Chewing Tobacco. Compliments Illusions - An Informative Guide about Tobacco, Alcohol, and Other Drugs.

 
#283 Tobacco
Drug Prevention

#283 TobaccoFull-color folder - A, P, D

Topics: Cigars, Cigarettes, Smokeless Tobacco, Secondhand Smoke, Effects of Use, Ways to Quit

 
#761 Confusions 10 - A Comprehensive Guide About Alcohol and Other Drugs
Drug Prevention

76132-page, full-color book, - A, P, D

The premier guide about alcohol and other drugs. This publication is designed to present information about alcohol and other drugs to employers, employees, and the general adult public. It is not intended for kids or teens.

Topics: Communities in Action:  Neighborhood Watch, Business Watch, National Night Out, Citizens on Patrol, Citizens Police Academy for Youth; Methamphetamine:  Homemade Meth, Flavored Meth, “Shake & Bake” Meth; Club Drugs: Ecstasy/MDMA, Mephedrone, Foxy Methoxy, “Sextasy”,  Ketamine, Rohypnol, GHB; Cocaine: Crack; Depressants: Tranquilizers, Xanax,®  Barbiturates; Heroin: Cheese, Methadone; Narcotics: OxyContin,®  Vicodin;®  Stimulants: Ritalin,® Prozac,® Ice, Khat, Cat; Hallucinogens: PCP, LSD, Salvia Divinorum; Marijuana: Hashish, Sinsemilla, “Spice;” Inhalants : Aerosols & Solvents, “Dusting,” Amyl Nitrite, Butyl Nitrite, Helium, Nitrous Oxide; Tobacco: Cigars, “Light” Smokers, Secondhand Smoke, Chewing Tobacco, Dip/Chew, No-Spit Smokeless Tobacco, E-Cigarette, Dissolvables, Flavored Cigarettes, Hookahs; Alcohol: Binge Drinking, Chugging, Alcohol Poisoning, Alcoholic Energy Drinks; DUI – DWI:  DUI, DWI, OWI, OMVI, Drugs & Drinking, BAC Levels, Responsible Hosts; Drugs  in the Workplace: Drug-Free Workplace, High-Risk Behaviors, EAPs; Kids At-Risk:  The Choking Game, Underage Drinking & Driving, Robo-Tripping & Skittling, Pharm Parties, Drugs & Alcohol on the Internet, Cyberbullies, Bullying, Sexting; Take Action: Drug Testing, Hidden Paraphernalia.

 
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