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Allegheny County Department of Human Services--Resource Guide

Anti-Harassment: What can Parents Do?

Drug and Alcohol Support

Northern Area Alliance Against Highly Addictive Drugs
Activities, support services, and resource links for youth drug victims and families.
www.drug-alliance.org

Gateway Rehabilitation Center
Comprehensive care for chemically dependent adults, youth and their families.
www.gatewayrehab.org
1-800-472-1177

Time to Act
Offers step-by-step advice and sympathetic guidance from substance abuse experts, family therapists, scientists and fellow parents to help guide families through the process of understanding drug and alcohol use, confronting a child, setting boundaries, and seeking outside help. Because research tells us that kids in grades 7-12 who learn a lot about the dangers of drugs from their parents are up to 50 percent less likely to ever use, parents are encouraged to have frequent ongoing conversations with their children about the dangers of drugs and alcohol and take early action if they think their child is using or might have a problem.
http://timetoact.drugfree.org/?tr=y&auid=6003164 

SAMSHA
Resource from the Department for Health and Human Services. Website with information about drug/alcohol abuse, addiction, sexually transmitted diseases, children and families, and other health services.
www.samhsa.gov

Office of National Drug Control Policy 
The office of National Drug Control Policy’s web page is designed more for adults. Includes information, guides, press releases, and other publications from the government.
www.ondcp.gov 

Above the Influence
Above The Influence is geared toward teens to educate and show the effects of drug and alcohol abuse. Website includes interactive games, downloads, and other drug prevention material.
www.abovetheinfluence.com 

Drugwatch
Drugwatch is an awareness group that aims to educate the public about prescription/OTC drugs, medical devices and numerous other health issues affecting consumers. Visit www.drugwatch.com or view the following resources:

http://www.drugwatch.com/students/
 (Student Substance Abuse-Check)

http://www.drugwatch.com/2015/07/29/drug-abuse-in-america/  (Drug Abuse in America) 

HBO Addiction Series
This website provides information on adolescent addiction that parents and friends may find helpful.
http://www.hbo.com/addiction/adolescent_addiction/index.html?current=1

Media Safety 

Common Sense Media
This comprehensive website provides advice for parents on various topics including: cyberbullying, digital technology, digital citizenship, internet safety, social networking and virtual worlds, mobile communication, and family media management.  This website even has an iPhone app.
www.commonsensemedia.org

Operation Safe Surf
"Operation Safe Surf," is designed to help educate not only kids and schools about Internet safety, but to also show parents how they can help keep their children safe online.
www.attorneygeneral.gov/kidsparents.aspx?id=1559

Sewickley Area Resources 

Sewickley Public Library
412-741-6920
Parenting resources and programs.
www.sewickleylibrary.org 

YMCA of Sewickley
412-741-YMCA
Healthy activities and programs for teens and families.
www.sewickleyymca.org 

Sewickley Valley Hospital
412-741-6600
Emergency services, support groups, Staunton Clinic, comprehensive health care.
www.heritagevalley.org 

Mental Health Support

STAR-Center
http://www.starcenter.pitt.edu
Some items available on this site:
Living with Depression: A Survival Manual for Families
Understanding and Coping with Bipolar Illness: A Survival Manual for families
Teen Handbook on Depression
Interpersonal Skill Development, Emotional Regulation and Distress Tolerance: A Treatment Manual

Youth Connect

Youth Connect is a parent organization developed by concerned parents and citizens in the Quaker Valley area because 75% of kids in Sewickley said that they did not feel that adults in the community valued them. 
Click here to learn more about Youth Connect and its mission. (PDF File)
Youth Connect Blog

 





Quaker Valley High School
625 Beaver Street
Leetsdale, PA 15056 map

Phone: 412-749-6000
Fax: 412-749-1226

Grades: 9-12

School Hours
8:00 AM - 3:00 PM schedule

Principal

Deborah Riccobelli email
@QVHSPrincipal

Assistant Principal
Abigail Bator email

Administrative Assistants
Sandra Charko email
Patti Gilmore email

Attendance 412-749-6020
Patti Gilmore email

Collegiate Affairs
412-749-6045
Kelly Frank email | web

Counselors web
Julie Radakovich, Gr. 10 & 12
412-749-6004 email
Jim Walls, Gr. 9 & 11
412-749-6015 email

Incident Report Form
QUEST Referral - Student
QV Kindness Compass

Nurse 412-749-6006
Amanda Gilmore email web

Staff Recognition: view

Code of Conduct: view
Parent/Student Handbook: view
Program of Studies: view
School Profile: view
Alumni Transcripts: view

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