Drugs/Substance Abuse

Take the Bay Village Parent Pledge!
We hope you will join your fellow Bay Village Parents/Guardians in pledging to keep our children safe from drug and alcohol abuse. Learn how our PTA Parent/Guardian Pledge came about by reading our Press Release. Then take the Parent Pledge HERE.

Ret. DEA Special Agent Bob Stutman brings urgent message about drugs to Bay Village
Bay Village Schools and the Bay Village Police Department co-hosted Bob Stutman to meet with school and city officials, clergy, students, faculty and the community on Tuesday, September 17, 2013:

Stutman was such a visible and effective agent for the DEA that he was once targeted for assassination by a Colombian drug cartel. Journalist Dan Rather called him “one of our nation’s heroes,” and the New York Times has called him “the most famous narc in America.”

Learn about Stutman's message to Bay Village and find all his recommended resources HERE.

Retired U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency
Special Agent Bob Stutman

Parent Resource Packet
The Parent Resource Packet offered through the link below was compiled by a parent in our school district.

The district offers this document as a starting point for parents looking for help in their self-education about teen substance abuse. The information is presented from the standpoint of a parent who has experienced a child having these types of difficulties, rather than from a professional counselor or psychologist:

Parent Resource Packet (Helping Parents Cope with Teen Substance Abuse) Note: this pdf document may take a minute to load.

We urge parents who feel their child needs personal counseling to contact a Bay High guidance counselor or to call our on-site social worker, Kimberly Dreher, at 440-617-7416. Ms. Dreher works with Bay Family Services offering counseling and further professional referrals.

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