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Youth Alcohol and Other Drug Prevention Services

Youth Alcohol and Other Drug Prevention Services

This program educates youth in grades 4th-12th grade in the Capistrano and Saddleback Valley Unified School Districts on Alcohol and Other Drug Prevention, Media Literacy, and life-skills.  The AOD Program also provides education to parents on the dangers of alcohol and drugs like marijuana and Fentanyl.

This program is funded by the Orange County Health Care Agency – Alcohol and Drug Prevention Team.

Partners4Wellenss staff provide the following services:

Staff will provide age-appropriate presentations to 4th-12th grade students using the Too Good For Drugs curriculum.  This curriculum is a federally recognized, evidence-based curriculum that integrates alcohol and other drug prevention with life skills in alignment with the Multi-Tiered System of Support (MTSS), Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS), and Response To Intervention (RTI) frameworks. 

  • Presentations to youth via in-person and/or asynchronous webinars using an engaging and interactive multi-session approach.
  • Presentations to parents on youth alcohol and drug prevention, including Fentanyl, via in-person or live Zoom presentations or through asynchronous webinar.
  • Alcohol and drug prevention Community Prevention Activities that empower youth to make positive change in their community through activities that raise awareness and reduce access.


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