Healthy workplace is a workplace-based substance abuse prevention program designed for adults who are not substance-dependent. Small group sessions with video and print materials cover topics such as unsafe drinking, illegal drug use, prescription drug use, and healthy lifestyle practices. The overall goal is for employees to increase healthy lifestyle behaviors while reducing or eliminating substance use.
Search Results - Drugged Driving Resources
The Drugged Driving Intervention Library is a searchable, online catalog of existing intervention strategies for preventing and reducing substance use and drugged. When you search the Drugged Driving Intervention Database, you can find the answers to questions such as: What evidence-based intervention programs target the problem of drugged driving in high school-aged students? This is an evolving database, and prevention strategies and programs are continually being added.
Interactive Journaling is designed to reduce substance abuse and substance-related behaviors, such as recidivism of driving under the influence, through a process of written self-reflection.
Keep a Clear Mind (KACM) is a take-home drug education program for youth ages 9 to 11 and their parents. The four lessons are: alcohol, tobacco, marijuana, and tools to avoid drug use. Children receive incentives for completion of the lessons and parents receive support and resources through a newsletter and a program facilitator. The overall goal is to help children develop specific skills to refuse and avoid use of “gateway” drugs.
Keepin’ it REAL is a multicultural, school-based substance use prevention program for students 12-14 years old. Trained classroom teachers lead students through a 10-lesson narrative and performance-based curriculum, which draws from communication competence theory and a culturally grounded resiliency model to incorporate traditional ethnic values and practices that protect against substance use. The overall goal is to help students assess the risks associated with substance use, enhance decision-making and resistance strategies, improve anti-drug normative beliefs and attitudes, and reduce substance use.
Lead & Seed is an intervention for middle and high school youth that is based on SAMSHA’s Strategic Prevention Framework. Lead & Seed is designed to increase youth’s knowledge and problem-solving skills for preventing substance use and substance-related behaviors in their communities, guide them to developing prevention plans, and help them to implement these plans.
LifeSkills Training (LST) is a school-based prevention program for elementary, middle, and high school students. Teachers lead students through discussion, group activities, and role-playing scenarios that focus on personal and social skills that build resilience and help youth navigate developmental tasks, especially understanding and resisting the influence of drugs. The overall goal is to prevent alcohol, tobacco, and marijuana use and violence among youth.