There's an app for that. 

IN CASE OF EMERGENCY CALL ​911

CRISIS HOTLINES

Crisis Intervention for Teenagers

847-570-2500


The Harbour

847-297-8540


Haven Emergency Shelter and Support Service for Youth

847-446-5606


Possible ways to hide marijuana and bag to conceal smell

Electronic cigarettes, also known as e-cigarettes, e-vaporizers, or electronic nicotine delivery systems, are battery-operated devices that people use to inhale an aerosol, which typically contains nicotine (though not always), flavorings, and other chemicals. -NIH

Pictured are images of various devices...

​​​Teenagers in GBS or GBN
Text “GBN Help” or “GBS Help” and your message to 1.844.823.5323

All other ​Teenagers

text the code “HELLO” 844.823.5323

How It Works:
Anyone who sends a text message to 844.823.5323 will receive an immediate

text response from a trained, professional counselor provided by LEAD

(Linking Efforts Against Drugs).

 ​​​HAVING TOUGH CONVERSATIONS WITH KIDS ABOUT ALCOHOL?

JUULS, Vaping &

e-cigarettes, do you know the real truth?

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Parents are the #1 reason

children choose not to drink.

Pens and chargers 

E-juice

  • Send a “no-use” message to your teens.Make expectations clear regarding alcohol and other drugs.
  • Plan ahead.Figure out transportation and know all the locations your teen might be during the weekend. For example, before dinner, before and after the dance, etc.

Students in need


Recent studies show that 75% of teenagers seeing photos on social networks of other teens smoking weed or drinking encourages them to party in the same way. Teens who have come across these kinds of photos online are 4 times more likely to have used marijuana and more than 3 times more likely to have consumed alcohol. Social media has also begun to desensitize children at a younger age as well — 90% of these kids saw their peers in these photos online before they were even 16 years old.

What are JUUL's e-cigs  and vapes?

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​​Thursday, April 27th, GNCYheld a presentation on how to use the “Talk. They Hear You.” App & how - and when - to start the conversation about alcohol. In case you missed it, here is the information we discussed.

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Talk. They Hear You link

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Friday, March 9 & Wednesday, April 18th we held the following presentations...

Graduation & Prom

Contact us 

gncy.coordinator@gmail.com    ​
224-571-1845
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  • Check in with your teen at various points throughout the night.
  • Talk with parents of your teen’s friends. Find out if they also have a clear “no-use” message with their teen.
  • Have a plan. Talk to your teen about potentially risky situations they may face, such as being offered alcohol/other drugs or riding in a car with someone who is under the influence. Together, come up with ways on how they can make the healthy choice to remain substance-free. 
  • Call the parent who is hosting the party and ask if there is anything you can do to help (do they want you to help with food) and to expect your child at their house.
  • You or your teen should not hesitate to call the police if the party gets out of control.

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​​​​​​​Start talking before they start using.

Communication and Parental Monitoring is a ​prevention strategy that starts at home.


Take the Survey online here.

OR

Download the Survey and mail it;

Glenview Northbrook Coalition for Youth

3801 West Lake Street

​Glenview, IL   60026

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Empowering our youth to live safe, drug and alcohol free lives through family and community partnership.





Many have asked for information about JUULs, vaping, 

and e-cigarettes.


Please join us

Wednesday, April 18th ​​from

7 pm to 9 pm

at Glenbrook North High School

​(this presentation  for adults only)