An after-school prevention program focusing on 4th-grade students in all elementary schools in Floyd County. The main goal is to teach youth how to resist peer, social, and media pressures and build social emotional learning skills found to reduce early initiation and involvement in substance use.
Our early intervention program is offered for youths, adults, and their families who are experiencing problems with ATODs (Alcohol, Tobacco, and/or Other Drugs), but may not necessarily meet criteria for a substance use disorder.
Designed to help divorcing or separating parents facilitate positive parent-child communication and to help both parents and children cope more effectively with problems resulting from the changes they are facing.
A research and evidence-based primary prevention program designed to builds assets and teach skills through the use of puppets and stories that feature "real-life" situations experienced by a a group of children. The program is designed to promote developmental assets to deter the first use of alcohol and other drugs.
A research-validated substance abuse prevention program proven to reduce the risks of alcohol, tobacco, drug abuse, and violence by targeting the major social and psychological factors that promote the initiation of substance use and other risky behaviors.
A ten-week program for parents who want more information and support as they parent their children through a troubling event such as divorce, separation, or custody issues. New Beginnings assists parents in restructuring their family with skills that help strengthen their bonds with their children so the children feel valued and important as members of their new family unit and experience fewer traumas.
An outpatient program for adolescents and adults. This treatment program incorporates the Matrix Model, an evidence based curriculum which is recognized by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration as an evidence-based treatment program.