Educating children and teens about the physiological and legal dangers of substance use is critical to reducing their risk factors. The Pathways Prevention Education Program provides a number of proven, evidence-based substance use prevention programs for schools and groups that can help you make a measurable difference in your community.
A free, classroom-based substance abuse and use prevention program for seventh and eighth graders that’s proven to reduce the experimental and continued use of drugs. Through a series of comprehensive lessons, Project ALERT motivates students against drug use/substance abuse, cultivates new non-use attitudes and beliefs, and equips teens with the skills and strategies they need to resist drugs.
Since its launch, nationally, Project Alert has led to a:
Pathways provides substance abuse prevention lessons that can be tailored for your specific audience, including :
Pathways will coordinate nationally and state-recognized substance abuse prevention awareness campaigns with your school, organization, or group for events such as Alcohol Awareness Month, Red Ribbon Week, and Tobacco Free Kids Week.
To learn more about these programs or to schedule one for your school or group, please call Pathways now at 410-573-5400.