Too Good For Violence
Too Good for Violence is a school-based prevention program that addresses the most significant risk and protective factors at each developmental level K-12 to help students learn the skills and attitudes they need to get along peacefully with others.
Too Good for Violence promotes protective factors that help children get along peacefully: Too Good for Violence teaches students the skills needed to enhance their relationships with others. We practice: managing strong emotions, active listening, expressing feelings to others, developing healthy relationships, enhancing social skills, practicing communication skills, etc.
For more information please contact
Tessa Davidson, Prevention Coordinator
Too Good for Drugs
Too Good for Drugs is an evidence-based prevention program designed to reduce risk factors and enhance protective factors related to alcohol, tobacco and other drug (ATOD) use among students K-12.
- Separate, developmentally appropriate curriculum for each grade level.
- Develops and strengthens essential life skills: goal setting, decision making, peer pressure, bonding and building healthy relationships, identifying and managing emotions, communicating effectively, educating on the consequences of drug and alcohol misuse and use.
- 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
Teen Intervene is designed specifically for high school students, who are experiencing mild to moderate problems associated with alcohol or other drug use. The Teen Intervene Program provides education, support, and guidance for teens. Through this brief intervention, youth work one-to-one with a prevention specialist in identifying and changing their choices and behaviors. Teen Intervene consists of 2-3, one-on-one sessions with a Prevention Specialist. Parents may be invited to join the last session to address issues as a family.
Assists young people to make healthier choices by
- analyzing alcohol and other drug misuse
- identifying healthy alternatives to use
- developing personal goals.
For more information, please contact
Ashley Behrenfeld, Prevention Specialist