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Project SUCCESS (Schools Using Coordinated Community Efforts to Strengthen Students) is an innovative youth prevention program that seeks to reduce substance use among at-risk high school adolescents.

About Project SUCCESS

This comprehensive program designed for adolescent high schoolers ages 12 to 18 features four primary components delivered by our professional educators:

  • The Prevention Education Series (PES)
  • Alcohol awareness programs
  • Tobacco and vaping prevention sessions
  • Substance misuse curriculum

The goal of Project SUCCESS is to leverage this educational program, along with school-wide activities and promotional materials to help positively change social norms surrounding substance use and improve outcomes throughout the community.

Students requiring more intensive counseling or treatment will be referred to appropriate support members and providers in the community.

Creating Safer Communities

We believe every student deserves access to quality educational services and strong support networks that foster positive behaviors and healthy practices for a safer community.

Project SUCCESS stands out as it offers an effective solution for preventing and reducing substance abuse among adolescents aged 12-18. By providing hands-on educational programming, Project SUCCESS teaches students not only about the dangers of substance abuse but also about the keys to prevention.

For Lee County Students: Environmental Strategies

Lee County students can additionally participate in the Project SUCCESS Environmental Strategies program, offered as part of Level 2 funding and designed to increase awareness and compliance with local laws.

Getting Help

Need support for an adolescent in your life? Contact us to learn more.

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