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Free Single-Session Faith-Based Youth Prevention Plus Wellness Program

Looking for faith-based substance use prevention or wellness programs for youth?

In God’s Image (IGI) is a fully scripted program designed to give teachers, youth leaders, mentors, parents and service providers a quick and easy to use tool to promote spiritually and physically active, healthy and substance use-free lifestyles among adolescents.     

Free Webinar: Practical Evidence-Based Substance Use Prevention

Webinar Objectives:

Why Prevention Specialists Should Address Multiple Adolescent Health Risks

Why Prevention Specialists Should Address Multiple Adolescent Health Risks

Webinar Objectives:

1. Describe how US adolescents are at risk for multiple co-occurring health risks
2. Explain how physical inactivity, eating regular breakfast and getting 8 or more hours sleep each night is associated with substance use among adolescents
3. Identify effective multiple risk behavior programs for preventing youth substance use AND promoting healthy behaviors

Webinar: Evidence-based SPORT & InShape Prevention Plus Wellness Programs for Youth & Young Adults

Webinar: Evidence-based SPORT & InShape Prevention Plus Wellness Programs for Youth & Young Adults

Length: 57 minutes

Webinar Objectives:

New Evidence-based SPORT Prevention Plus Wellness 2.0 Programs Available

We just updated the SPORT Prevention Plus Wellness program manuals and digital downloads.

Changes include enhanced program PowerPoint slides, screening and feedback surveys, goal plans, and scripts for implementing SPORT PPW screening and brief interventions to youth individually and in groups.

Webinar: How to Integrate Wellness into Substance Abuse Prevention Using Marketing Strategies

Webinar Objectives:

1.   Identify the need for integrating wellness promotion into substance use prevention programs.       

2.   Explain marketing concepts supporting integrated prevention with wellness programs.

3.   Describe a marketing-related conceptual model for creating integrated prevention with wellness programs.

4.   Describe two steps for creating messages integrating wellness with prevention.