Helping Teens Make Healthier Choices
For teens who may have experimented with drugs or alcohol, but aren’t yet addicted, a simple intervention can provide valuable education that can promote healthy decision-making for years to come.
This research-based intervention program helps teens identify the driving factors behind their choice to use alcohol or drugs, thoughtfully examine the effects in their lives, and learn how to make better choices.
With early interventions, parents and caregivers can support teens and help them gain valuable skills that will help them navigate complex social situations and learn how to make safe and responsible choices surrounding alcohol and drugs. Additionally, these interventions provide teens with the opportunity to build strong relationships with peers and develop effective communication patterns which can set the foundation for a successful future.