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The ADAI Clearinghouse is a resource center for Washington state residents, with both print and online resources about drugs and alcohol. Browse in person or search online for free materials. Community organizations may contact the Clearinghouse to request bulk quantities of materials available at no charge. You can place orders online using our Clearinghouse Catalog.






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Brochures, posters, manuals, and more! Enter search terms below and hit the go! button to find a list of items in the Clearinghouse on your topic of interest! (Advanced search)




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Borrow up to 2 items; some available in streaming video. (Advanced search)



 

Featured Resource

The ADAI Library and Clearinghouse added new information to the website Marijuana: Science-Based Information for the Public, with resources for parents and teens, plus updated information on marijuana legalization in Washington state.

Visit & share the site: http://adai.uw.edu/marijuana

 

Featured Item

A Parent's Guide to Preventing Underage Marijuana Use Parent's Guide to Preventing Underage Marijuana Use

Booklet by Seattle Children's Hospital and the UW Social Development Research Group, offers information, resources, and practical advice for parents about:

  • Effects of marijuana on adolescent health
  • Techniques for talking to your child about marijuana
  • What to do and how to help if your child is using marijuana
  • The new marijuana law in Washington state

    Download the brochure
    . Now in Spanish!

 

 


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