Too Good for Drugs is a school-based prevention program designed to reduce risk factors and enhance protective factors related to alcohol, tobacco and other drug (ATOD) use among students.
Too Good for Drugs has a separate, developmentally appropriate curriculum for each grade level.
Too Good for Drugs builds five essential life skills:
- Goal setting
- Decision making
- Bonding with pro-social others
- Identifying and managing emotions
- Communicating effectively
The Too Good for Drugs program has been proven to reduce student risk factors and increase protective factors, including:
- Attitudes toward ATOD use
- Peer norms relating to ATOD use
- Peers’ acceptance of ATOD use
- Emotional competence and sense of self-efficacy
- Social and peer resistance skills