Environmental Prevention 101
This engaging workshop examines how the environments in which we live influence the
prevalence and use of alcohol and other drugs. Participants learn strategies to change the settings that directly and indirectly make alcohol and other drug use appealing.
Environmental Prevention 201
Advanced training provides a more in-depth look at environmental prevention strategies such as media messages, public policy, accessibility and community norms.
Parent Night speakers offer an interactive look at alcohol abuse prevention. Information is provided regarding underage drinking in local communities. Parents leave empowered with new ideas for how to help with underage drinking prevention efforts.
Parent Educator Program
The 21-hour training focuses on tobacco, alcohol and other drug facts; communication skills; group development; effective teaching strategies; and classroom management. Experientially based sessions are facilitated in the same process that our Parent Educator Program volunteers use with students in grades K-6.
Youth Educator Training
Parents, teachers, counselors or community members are trained in a process that enables them to recruit, train, and guide high school Youth Educators. Youth Educators learn and teach basic drug information, identification of pro-drug influences, healthy decision making as well as ways to enhance self-esteem and cope with stress.