This is an evidence-based course that demonstrates the risks of substance abuse for high school students and teenagers. It is based on over 30 years of working with juvenile substance abuse offenders. This course follows the lives of real individuals that have struggled with their chemical addictions demonstrating their victories and defeats. This course is presented in 4 units, and takes approximately 4 to 6 hours to complete.
Substance Abuse Prevention is a substance abuse course specifically written for teenagers. It is a cognitive self-awareness course that focuses on the underline thinking errors that get so many youth in trouble. It is a prevention and early intervention course written as historical fiction as it follows the lives of young people as they struggle with their decisions to experiment with harmful substances. It is designed to help teenagers improve their academic performance and personal development as they navigate their youth into adulthood by avoiding the common pitfalls of chemical abuse.
Drug addiction is not a forever sentence.
The decision to change is personal.
Decisions to use bring real consequences.
We have a choice, captivity or freedom.
Author and Publisher: ACCI Lifeskills
Course Format: eLearning and Printed Workbook
Item Number: SCH 201
eLearning Length: 182 Slides
Scientific Model: Cognitive Restructuring
Workbook Pages: 36
Course Length: 4-8 hours
Instructor Guide: G605