Research by the National Institute on Drug Abuse indicates that marijuana used by children can affect learning ability, memory, coordination, balance, attention, judgement and decision-making. Just because it may not be a problem for adults, doesn’t mean it won’t be for teens who are still developing. Teens who smoke pot are influenced by several factors: peer-pressure to self-medicate and help them cope with anxiety, depression and anger, or from a family member who smokes weed or expresses approval of marijuana. Statistics show that the majority of youth in juvenile detention facilities don’t have a drug abuse program, which makes you think these facilities don’t care or want them high. Our team of experts will help parents and children change this trend by providing workshops that help them become diligent in several areas of influence in their life.