Footprints for life
A 6 week program for 2nd grade students that teaches important life skills to grow up healthy and drug free. The program uses puppets and stories that feature “real life” situations experienced by children on a soccer team.
Too Good For Drugs
A 10 week program for 3rd grade students that features Auto the Robot teaching students the importance of decision making skills, stress management, and communication skills. This program lays the foundation for healthy decision making and emotional management.
Keeping It Real
A 10 week program for students in 4th and 5th grade is designed to increase life skills including risk assessment, decision making, and drug resistances. The focus on this program is using “REAL” skills, Refuse, Explain, Avoid, and Leave.
Middle School/High School Students
BOTVIN'S LIFE SKILLS TRAINING
A 10 week program tailored to Middle School or High School students aimed at skill building to prevent substance use. Topics include self-esteem, resistance skills, communication, and media influence.
ABOVE THE INFLUENCE
Program provided to schools that encourages high school students to think about the influences in their lives, identify which are positive and negative, and empowers students to choose which influences they will allow to affect them. Above The Influence utilizes classroom discussion and creative art projects for students to depict how they can stay above the influence.
Alcohol is responsible for more than 4,300 annual deaths among underage youth. Hundreds of pinwheels are placed on school grounds representing underage youth who die each year due to alcohol. Especially around homecoming a prom times this is a powerful visual for students driving to and from school as they are challenged to celebrate well by staying sober!
FATAL VISION GOGGLES PROJECT
This project addresses the serious problem of drinking and driving in NJ. The goal is to educate people on the dangers of over-consumption and drunk driving. This project sends a clear message that alcohol should not be consumed by anyone under the age of 21.