Substance abuse prevention
program for teens
Project SUCCESS (Schools Using Coordinated Community Efforts to Strengthen Students) is a collaborative program designed to prevent and reduce substance use among students 12 – 18 years of age.
Trained prevention specialists provide a full range of substance abuse prevention and early intervention services.
Project SUCCESS encompasses:
Individual & Group Education Sessions — Counselors meet with students on an individual basis; students may participate in educational support groups
School-Wide Awareness Activities — A variety of programs, activities and campaigns are developed to help students become more aware about the risks and dangers of alcohol, tobacco and drug use
Parent Awareness & Education — Parents collaborate with members of Project SUCCESS to increase prevention awareness among parents and the community
Referral and Case Management — Resources are provided for students and families who require additional assistance and resources, including those for substance abuse and mental health issues
These services are offered through the Livingston Community Prevention Project, a collaborative partnership that includes Karen Bergbower & Associates, Key Development Center, Inc., LACASA, and Livingston County Catholic Charities.
Funding is provided by the Washtenaw Community Health Organization and the Michigan Department of Community Health/Bureau of Substance Abuse and Addiction Services.