Drug and Alcohol Prevention Program
The Drug & Alcohol Prevention Program is committed to decreasing the initiation and use of drugs & alcohol by youth and young adults through awareness education and promotion of positive relationships and healthy life skills.
The CFF Drug & Alcohol Prevention Program provides a continuum of programs proven to reduce substance use by youth and young adults. The programs for youth promote healthy alternatives to risky behavior through activities designed to:
- Increase their awareness of the risks of substance abuse
- Teach students the necessary skills to resist risky behaviors
- Help students to develop greater self-esteem and self-confidence
- Enable students to effectively utilize coping skills
The CFF Drug & Alcohol Prevention Program recognizes the important role families play in encouraging healthy behaviors and preventing substance use. Programs for parents and families are designed to provide knowledge, enhance skills and strengthen positive family interactions.
- LifeSkills Training
- Project Alert
- Project Success
- Teen Intervene
- Strong African American Families
- Customized Speaking Engagements
For more information about the Drug and Alcohol Prevention Program, please contact the program supervisor:
Programming is coordinated by Child and Family Focus, Inc. and funded by the Delaware County Office of Behavioral Health, Division of Drug and Alcohol.