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The King County Youth Marijuana Prevention and Education Program is a regional effort led by Public Health - Seattle & King County and the King County Department of Community and Human Services, with funding support from the Washington State Department of Health's dedicated marijuana account.

We look forward to working with community partners on this initiative to reduce underage marijuana initiation and use in King County.

August 8, 2018 webinar:
Youth Perspectives on
Marijuana Use

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We will post a link to the webinar recording later in August.
Webinar: Youth Perspectives on Marijuana Use: Themes from Youth Listening Sessions

A parent's guide to preventing underage marijuana useA parent's guide to preventing underage marijuana use

When it comes to protecting your child's health, it’s important to remember your power as a parent. By knowing the facts, and using proven prevention strategies, you can help your child avoid using marijuana, alcohol, other drugs, and other risky behaviors.

This guide is available in PDF format in multiple languages and in hard copy format for organizations serving King County, WA residents.

For organizations serving King County residents, you may order up to 200 hard copies mailed to you for free. Please complete the form below in full. For other counties or states, please submit a request by email to the ADAI Clearinghouse at

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Public Service Announcements

Steer Clear of underage marijuana use
Youth-to-youth, in their own words

Don't ride with a marijuana impaired driver
With King County data

Don't let marijuana
get in the way of your dreams

Don't ride with a marijuana impaired driver
Short version

Resources from the King County Youth Marijuana Prevention and Education Network:

Youth motivational speaker Scott Backovich lead a fun, action-packed, skill-building training to teach adults how to engage, captivate, and inspire youth into taking positive action in their own lives and in their local communities.
Participants learned the basics of community-level youth substance abuse prevention and can now apply skills to develop grant applications or new projects and initiatives. Audience: Anyone who hasn't been to the Washington Substance Abuse Prevention Systems Training (WA SAPST) or are newer to community-based substance abuse prevention work.

Contact us

Lindsey Greto, Program Manager

206-263-7886 | | Online form

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