Project ALERT ("PA" - Middle School)
Proven effective by longitudinal studies, PA helps to counter
the myths about drinking and other drug use. Through active engagement
in the learning process, students discover the consequences of
substance use and abuse. PA supports students in identifying and
resisting both internal and external pressures that can lead to
experimentation with alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs.
Toward No Drug Abuse ("TND" - 8th or 9th
TND is a model program that provides accurate information to students
about the environmental, social, physiological, and emotional
consequences of substance abuse. It provides students with the
opportunity to personalize the information and invites them to
make a personal commitment to good self-care.
Good for Violence and Drugs ("TGD/V - Grades
1 - High School)
Designated as an Evidence Based Program by SAMHSA, a division
of the US Department of Health, TGD/V provides information on
a variety of behavioral skills that research has shown to promote
healthy decision making and positive outcomes. The programs are
designed to mitigate risk factors and build the basis for a safe,
supportive, and respectful learning environment.
(Middle & High School)
This evidence-based single-session intervention uses motivational
interviewing to help students improve their habits related to
health. Students assess six types of health behaviors and identify
positive goals and the behaviors that support those goals.