Medicine cabinet – Think carefully of what you put in your medicine cabinet. Whether it’s Vicodin for your bad back or Percocet for you knee injury, these types of painkillers are being used by teens to get high. Put a lock on your cabinet or store them in a safe location.
Nightstand – Remember that you are your child’s most important role model. If you’re taking over-the-counter medication or prescription drugs as sleeping aids, explain why you’re using them and then store them in a locked place.
Trash can – Even expired medications aren’t off limits for kids looking for their next high. Properly conceal or dispose of unwanted medications by putting them in a bag or container and mixing them with cat litter or old coffee grounds.
Refrigerator – In addition to safeguarding your medications, monitor the number of beer cans, wine bottles, and alcohol containers, as well as whipped cream cans, a dangerous inhalant, in our refrigerator.
Garage – Sniffing or “huffing” household items is just as dangerous, if not more, than taking prescription drugs. Keep track of and store away things such as spray paint, household cleaners, glue, gasoline, and paint thinners.
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