Tag Archives: The Partnership for a Drug-Free America

Full Report: PATS Parents 2007

 The early teen years are not only a turbulent time for kids themselves, but also usher in a period of increased insecurity and need among parents when it comes to preventing teen drug and alcohol use, according to the 20th …

19th Annual National Study Finds Significant Decrease in Parent/Teen Discussions About Drugs and Alcohol

As Teens Continue Intentionally Abusing Medicines to Get High, More Parents Are Aware of the Threat, But Are Not Taking Action Partnership Launches “Time To Talk” to Encourage Parent/Teen Conversations New York, N.Y., August 7, 2007 – At a time …

Full Report and Key Findings: PATS Parents 2006

At a time when teens are faced with new threats from the intentional abuse of medicines, the number of frequent discussions between parents and teens about the risks of drug abuse has decreased significantly, according to the 2006 Partnership Attitude Tracking …

Full Report and Key Findings: PATS Teens 2005

Alarming statistics from the Partnership’s 2005 Partnership Attitude Tracking Study confirms that intentionally abusing prescription (Rx) and over-the-counter (OTC) medications to get high are now entrenched behaviors in today’s teen population. To read the full press release, click here. Download …

Full Report and Key Findings: PATS Parents 2005

For the second year in a row, the 2005 Partnership Attitude Tracking Study reveals alarming statistics that reflect the entrenchment of intentional abuse of prescription (Rx) and over-the-counter (OTC) medications to get high by today’s teen population. Download PDF: Key …