Parenting Support Group through Friends of Youth

This year has been challenging and we all need a little extra support and care. Come join our parenting support series! Learn from mental health counselors about parenting and develop new coping strategies for yourself and your student in the time of COVID and online schooling. 

Thursday Evenings in December: 6pm-7pm, FREE

Dec. 3:   Why they do the things they do? Understanding the Child’s Brain 
Dec. 10:  Creating Common Agendas - Family Goal Planning 
Dec. 17:   Removing the Superhero Cape - The Importance of Self-Care

To register: Email or call 425.392.6367

CLICK HERE for flyer

Marijuana and Vaping

Our teens might not be attending school in person yet but it is still important to have open conversations with them about vaping and marijuana.  Some teens and adults use marijuana and vape products for different reasons.  Some teens will use products to get high, have a good time and to relax and calm their nerves.  Adults who use these products will often use them to relax and calm their nerves, help them to get to sleep and to relieve chronic pain.  When talking with teens about vape and marijuana products, it is important to remember the negative health effects use may have on the developing teen brain and body and the importance of abstinence.  Below are links to two(2) website documents that address marijuana and vape prevention and the negative health effects and abstinence.  Parents are welcome to contact Erica Healy, MSHS Social Worker, to discuss these topics in more detail or with questions or concerns.

Talking To Your Kids About Marijuana Risks

Talking To Your Kids About Vaping

Other Website Links

MSHS Social and Emotional Support

MSHS Drug Intervention, Counseling Center

Snoqualmie Valley Community Network

Friends of Youth


Youth Suicide Prevention