Proactive behavioral health support to protect our youth, their families, and communities.
Offered on site, in the community, and in area schools, our prevention programs are designed to educate the individuals, parents and children about the dangers of underage drinking, alcohol, tobacco and other drug use. Additionally, we provide training and support for youth and community mental health, and to prevent suicide and eliminate overdoses.
Botvin LifeSkills Training
Comprehensive substance use prevention program focused on social and emotional strength.
Health Class Presentations
Presentations by trained prevention professionals designed to complement a school’s health curriculum.
QPR Suicide Prevention
Training program that teaches how to identify the signs and symptoms of suicide, and access the resources to help.
Skill-building groups designed to support girls during a critical time of self-discovery.
School-based prevention and early intervention groups for identified at-risk youth.
Naloxone and Overdose Prevention
Training program that explores the history of the opioid crisis and teaches life-saving skills to identify and effectively respond to an opioid overdose.
Program that empowers and validates youth in their decision to abstain from substance use.
Interested in attending or hosting a program?
For more information about our programs please phone 860.496.2100. A staff member will return your call to discuss next steps.