LifeSkills Training

LifeSkills - imageThis high school program is a highly interactive, skills-based program designed to promote positive health and personal development for high school youth. Based on the highly effective LifeSkills Training curriculum, this program helps adolescents navigate the challenges of the high school years and prepares them for the independence and responsibilities that they will encounter as young adults. The program uses developmentally appropriate, collaborative learning strategies to help students achieve competency in the skills that have been found to reduce and prevent substance use and violence.

Are you interested in implementing this in your school?

Contact:  Diane Bonelli, B.A., Prevention Connections Director
dbonelli@fgcwc.org  908-689-1000 x 345


TIPS for the University Bound Students

tips logoThe program is a two-hour program tailored for students going to universities and colleges. This program gives high school seniors the skills they will need to intervene with their peers in social situations to prevent alcohol-related incidents and they will learn to make sound choices when faced with difficult decisions about alcohol use.

TIPS for the University provides students with the knowledge and confidence necessary to reduce high-risk drinking behavior among their peers.   Learn More

Interested in bringing TIPS to your high school?
Contact: Liz Montalvo, LAC, Prevention Connections Program Facilitator

908-223-1985 Ext. 306 – emontalvo@fgcwc.org


Parents Who Host Lose the Most

Don’t be A Party to Teenage Drinking. A public awareness program educating communities and parents about the health and safety risks of serving alcohol at teen parties.

The program takes place at state and local levels, concentrating on celebratory times for youth, such as homecoming, holidays, prom, graduation and other times when underage drinking parties are prevalent.

This program encourages parents and the ENTIRE community to send a unified message that teen alcohol consumption is unhealthy, unsafe and unacceptable.

Don’t make a “Big Mistake”! Watch this short video clip

 

Interested in putting this program in place at your school?

Contact: Liz Montalvo, LAC, Prevention Connections Program Facilitator

emontalvo@fgcwc.org, 908-223-1985 Ext. 306


Sticker Shock Campaign

This vital campaign is led by teenagers and adult volunteers and is funded by Community Trials Intervention (CTI) to Reduce High Risk Drinking in Warren County. Twice yearly (April and November) this coalition places high-impact stickers displaying the legal consequences of purchasing and providing alcohol to minors. With the support of retailers, warning stickers will be placed on multi-packs of beer, wine coolers, hard lemonades and other “alcopops” known to appeal to minors.  In addition to the stickers, stores also place prominent signs in their windows.

Interested in taking part of the NEXT Sticker Shock Campaign?

Contact:  Liz Montalvo, LAC, Prevention Connections Program Facilitator emontalvo@fgcwc.org, 908-223-1985 Ext. 306


 

PEERx Toolkit:
Help Prevent Teen  Prescription Drug Abuse

PEERx: Empower teens to avoid prescription drug abuse - Facts, videos and moreYou can help raise awareness about the prevalence and dangers of teen prescription drug abuse. Use PEERx materials and NIDA’s research to share the facts with teens in your community and tell others about this major public health issue. You’ll find links to statistics and fact sheets, drop-in text for newsletters, suggested posts for social media, a PowerPoint slide, and Web badges that can help. Find Out More