Today on The Morning Zone, it's "Kids-At-Risk " day. At 7:07AM MDT, host Dave Chaffin will talk with long-time panelist, child advocate, John Frentheway about his recent experiences at a national drug conference in Nashville, Tenn., and they will also look at a couple of recent stories in the news. One of those is about a government survey that shows more teens are now smoking pot than cigarettes, and another that explores that teens with major depression who receive and respond to treatment are less likely to abuse drugs in the following years.

Then at 8:07AM MDT, Marvin Nash from the Bullying Hurts Progam joins Dave to talk on a new Canadian program that is reducing school based bullying behavior by changing attitudes in the classroom.