About (334) Prevention Project
We work hard to teach drug, alcohol,
and bullying prevention in our schools.
These lessons and tools help students face the real world every day and help parents understand what our kids are truly facing. We also partner with many high school students from the area to educate and volunteer in the community as the coordinators for the Youth Council. In addition to our local work, we are also an active member of Drug-Free Alabama and work by uniting our message across the state in opposition to the legalization of marijuana.
Major Services We Offer
While these are the three "majors," they are, by no means, all of the available services. We can bring prevention information to health fairs and we can bring prevention curriculum to our schools for children ages 6-18. We often speak to parent organizations, school groups, church groups, law enforcement, and community service groups about alcohol, drug and tobacco issues as well as ways to help fight the underage use problem.
Red Ribbon Week is the oldest and largest drug prevention campaign in the country. Events are held throughout the county to celebrate Red Ribbon. Please let us know if we can help you kick-off your Red Ribbon week!
A prom safety program emphasizing the need for sobriety through the use of a mock car crash involving police, ambulance, fire, coroner personnel, and other groups.
For children ages four-eight, we have puppet shows that educate young children on the dangers of alcohol, drugs, and tobacco.
These are just a few of the tasks we are available to do. Please let us know what we can do to help your group today!