The Prevention Council offers a range of programs designed to help adults and parents. Forums, sessions and other programs work to inform members of the community about the importance of educating children, teenagers and young adults about the dangers of drugs, alcohol and tobacco use, while other courses can help intervene in the lives of those who have problems with substance abuse to help them make healthier, positive choices. Learn about the full range of our programs below.
Agency programs promote primary care visits versus avoidable emergency room visits saving $1,800 per person per visit
Focus on Consequences - Adult Program
Our adult program serves people age 21 or older. For many, a brief intervention can initiate a process of self-reflection conducive to behavioral change.
The Strengthening Families Program (SFP) is a national model and is the first research-based parenting program specifically designed for parents (with children ages six to 14 years old) working to overcome substance abuse.
Positive Parenting Program: Triple P
The Triple P is an initiative of the Parenting and Family Support Center. The goal of the program is to give parents the skills necessary to raise healthy children.
The SafeHomes campaign works to foster a home environment that instills in children that drug use is unacceptable.