‘Maybe my son is on drugs.’ The counseling and guidance service for worried parents is born in Rome. Arcipelaghi Association, with the European Institute of Systemic Training and Consultancy, and with the collaboration of the II Municipality, offers a service dedicated to mothers and fathers struggling with adolescent children. Very frequently, in fact, the parents of children between the ages of 14 and 18 are faced with behaviors, attitudes and actions that are difficult to understand and frame, towards which they cannot find convincing solutions. This can lead to apprehensions, anxieties, tensions and clashes. One of the most recurring themes has to do with the consumption of substances and alcohol, but also with excess online gaming and gambling. Where it would be opportune and indispensable to know how to deal with these problems, parents risk finding themselves paralyzed and terrified. There may be a tendency towards isolation, not seeking help and support from other parents, from institutions and organizations and from specialized personnel. Or you can go in search of inadequate solutions, which risk creating further and more difficult problems. The project – which takes its name from the title of a book written by Dr. Maurizio Coletti, ‘How do I know if my son is on drugs? Handbook for worried parents’ – provides for two free meetings (at a distance or in the various offices of the Association) in which the professionals of Archipelaghi will welcome those who request help and support, will provide the requested information, will proceed with a classification of the problems and they will guide applicants towards the most appropriate solutions (internal or external). It is possible to access the service by requesting an appointment through the telephone numbers 3338377131 – 3284085561, the email [email protected] or the Facebook contact Arcipelaghi Benessere Psicologico. Counseling is both face-to-face and online. Educational institutions, private social organizations and groups can also request further information from the same contacts or the presence of qualified personnel at local information and discussion initiatives.