Drug, Alcohol & Vaping Prevention Curriculum

Why This Program

  • Educational versus punitive
  • Provides youth with a second chance
  • Develops understanding of sexting’s destructive nature
  • The future of a youth is not hindered by having a record
  • Offers practical alternatives
  • Provides safe space for learning and sharing

Objective

P

PRACTICE

Healthier ways to cope with stress and challenges.

R

REALIZE

Marketing influences our culture, trends and decisions we make.

O

OVERCOME

Obstacles and pressures while pursuing their goals

V

VISION

A life that is worth protecting while learning about values and morals. 

E

EFFECTS

Substances have on the developing brain and body.

S

SKILLS

Build resilience, boundaries and confidence.

PURCHASE OPTIONS:

  • Instructor Manual: $85 – Purchase 1 or More

  • Student Workbook: $25 Purchase One or More

  • DFS Bundle: $335 – Includes One Instructor’s Manual Plus 10 Workbooks

  • Drug, Alcohol & Vaping Program Training Bundle: $560 per person – Includes 8 Hours Training, One Instructor’s Manual Plus 5 Student Workbooks

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Introduction

Sexting means using your phone, computer, or camera to take or send sexually explicit or nude images — usually selfies. You might think that sexting is just a harmless way to flirt or show your boyfriend or girlfriend that you’re into them. But sexts can outlast your crush or even your relationship. Once you click send, there’s no way to get your pictures and messages back. Maybe your ex or friend will delete them after the relationship ends or you have a fight, but what if they don’t?

Sexting can cause serious problems whether you send them or share them. The pics might get sent around or posted online, where people like your family, teachers, and friends could see them. Sharing these pictures or messages without permission is a serious violation of privacy and isn’t ok. And if the pictures you send or share are of someone under 18 (even if that’s you), you could even be arrested for child pornography, which is a serious crime. This program will ensure the youth’s future is not hindered by a record.

~Bryan Wright

Parent Feedback

“I like the fact that kids are given a chance to learn from their mistakes instead of having a bad decision negatively affect their futures’.”

“Used references and stories that the kids can relate too and see themselves in. Not just lecturing to them but involving them and keeping it interesting.”

“Listening to the kids discussion made me more aware of what is going on with their age group.”

“Activities really got me thinking how to use them in daily life.”

“I was impressed with the teaching style and connection Bryan had with the kids. He truly cared that the kids understood the messages he was teaching!”

“My child and I have a better and more open relationship. It has helped him turn his school grades around and take personal responsibility for his actions.”

“Attended every session…Excellent…Do this program in School!”

“Would love to see a class like this offered to ALL students middle-school through high school to bring more awareness that sexting exists and how to deal with the pressures from social media. It’s NOT enough to have this class for only those who get CAUGHT! Some cases never get reported.”

“I would’ve sent my son to this without having it being required and paid for it. Very good Info. I also told a few of the my friends that are mothers about it and they would like it for their kids too.”