When protective factors in the community, homes, or schools are increased then the amount of overdose deaths and drug/alcohol related health problems may decrease.
Our programs offer presentations to after school programs, parent groups, church groups, summer programs, on a variety of topics. CASA-Trinity has evidence based prevention programs that increase the protective factors in each setting. The programs are (click on each item for more information):
CASA-Trinity also provides general educational opportunites and discussions.
Town hall discussions, parent information about the effects of drugs and drug trends can provide helpful resources or strategies to prevent substance abuse. The topics that are covered are:
- The effects of various drugs on the brain
- Opioid effects and Town Hall events
- School, parent and adult surveys to measure tendencies within a community.
- Shawna Has A Secret
Here is a link to a video that explains How Addiction Happens with young people.