Thursday December 14th 2017

Too Good for Drugs and Violence Programs

The Too Good for Drugs and Violence Programs work together, using age-appropriate curricula to enhance and expand the skills, knowledge and attitudes that promote safe and drug-free living. The Too Good Programs have been designated Model Programs by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. Curriculum training sessions are available where participants receive the first-hand experiences they need to teach the Too Good Programs.

Training is available for the following programs/curricula:

Too Good for Drugs (K-8) is a school-based prevention program designed to reduce risk factors and enhance protective factors related to alcohol, tobacco, and other drug use among students.

Too Good for Violence (K-8) is a school-based prevention program that addresses the most significant risk and protective factors at each developmental level. Students learn the skills and attitudes they need to get along peacefully with others.

Too Good for Drugs & Violence (High School) is a comprehensive prevention education program for grades 9-12 designed to equip students with the knowledge, skills and attitudes they need to remain safe and drug free. This program combines components of Too Good for Violence (K-8) and Too Good for Drugs (K-8) in an innovative approach that allows high school students and schools to meet both prevention and academic needs.

To learn more and to request training for your district, please complete the technical assistance training application and fax to Dan Orman at 502-783-1449 or email to dan.orman@ksba.org.
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