Programs and Resources

PAD has a growing bank of programs, workshops, packages and brochures for different audiences. All programs and resources have been researched and tested with the appropriate audience and are consistently reviewed and updated unless noted otherwise. Whether a program is delivered directly by PAD staff and associates through a training workshop or presented in a package form for use by local and regional health and education professionals, it is our intention to work with you to make our materials most useful to you and your intended audience.

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Peer Education Programs

Programs follow a youth-to-youth delivery model, with high school students delivering programs to students in younger grades. PAD associates provide a one or two day peer educator workshop and peer educator manuals. Professional training and delivery assistance is available.

  • Challenges, Beliefs and Changes (CBC)  a peer education program to assist the transition to high school and address decisions about alcohol and other drugs.
  • What’s with Weed – a secondary school peer education program  to address problems with marijuana use.
  • Get READY –  a peer education program  delivered by high school students to younger students  for making decisions about the drugs they are most likely to encounter in the next years.

 

Youth Engagement Programs

These programs have been developed in conjunction with specific youth audiences following a youth engagement model; program packages are available for use by those who work with youth in different capacities.

 

Resiliency-Building  Programs and Resources

These programs and resources aim to increase the capacity of parents and communities to support young people’s ability successfully handle life’s challenging situations.

 

Resources for Youth Audiences

 

Resources for Parent Audiences

 

Resources for Professional Audiences