Prevention Partners

Prevention Partners is an educational program that provides wellness and prevention offerings to protect employees, educators, and members of the community from moving toward substance use disorder and rather toward wholistic health and recovery. You can find this in these main areas:

In the Workplace

Addiction impacts workplaces and businesses all around the country. In a business of 500 people, there are likely over 50 alcoholics, more than 30 with other substance use problems, and many more with compulsive mental health issues. In addition to higher absenteeism and lower job productivity and performance, substance use disorders also lead to greater health care expenses. Management is in a unique position to have a positive impact on their employee’s lives and careers by providing a prevention and recovery friendly workplace. This, in turn, will have a positive impact on the business’ bottom line.

In Schools & Athletics

In addition, in the seminars we provide valuable prevention information for parents, caregivers, educators and coaches. Tools and strategy tips from Pre-K through college age to give our children every chance to choose to stay drug and alcohol free during their formative years.

In the Community

For all attendees, a discussion about and an Information Package containing tons of follow up information as well as a comprehensive list of local resources is provided.

Through evidence-based education we can prevent addiction and protect our communities.

Includes information about:
  • Overview of substance use epidemic
  • Exploring our own health consciousness
  • Understand substance use disorder
  • What is Prevention?
  • Toolbox for parents and other caregivers
  • How do I talk to someone I am concerned about?
  • What are the resources in our area?

For more information about Prevention Partner Seminars, click HERE

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