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.
All Stars is a school-based prevention program for middle school students. Teachers lead a series of 13 interactive weekly sessions that focus on five topics: (1) developing positive ideals; (2) creating a belief in conventional norms; (3) building strong personal commitments to avoid high-risk behaviors; (4) bonding with school, prosocial institutions, and family; and (5) increasing positive parental attentiveness. The overall goal is to prevent and delay the onset of high-risk behaviors such as drug use, violence, and premature sexual activity.