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Too Good For Drugs is a substance abuse prevention curriculum for 3rd to 5th graders. Through this 10-hour curriculum, students will focus on setting reachable goals, making responsible decisions, and bonding with pro-social others. Students will learn about identifying and managing emotions, and communicating effectively. Through age-appropriate content, the program aims to give students the skills needed to help prevent substance abuse.

To learn more about Too Good For Drugs, and to find out about bringing the curriculum to your child’s school, please contact SusbstanceAbusePrevention@cfraz.org.

Too Good For Drugs

Active Parenting Now is for parents of children 5-12 years old. This program, with up to 12 hours of substance abuse prevention curriculum, focuses on active parenting, cooperation and communication, responsibility and discipline, building courage and self-esteem. Parents working in this program will learn to understand and redirect misbehavior, and learn the skills of active parenting for school success. The overall goal of Active Parenting Now is to help parents prevent substance abuse by their children.

To learn more about Active Parenting Now, please contact SusbstanceAbusePrevention@cfraz.org.

Active Parenting Now