Prevention at PEER

Prevention is about helping the community, especially youth, to be aware and educated about drugs so they can make informed decisions about use, know how to seek help, and be supportive to their peers in the community. Our practice inculcates critical thinking, peer pressure refusal, team building, and leadership skills — all of which are useful when it comes to making healthy decisions.

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Prevention Consultation

A diverse range of services.

– Presentations on substance use trends, peer pressure,
decision making, high school to college transitions etc.

– Educational presentations for parents and guardians,
updates on latest trends, connection to resources etc.

Mental Health First Aid trainings– for youth and adults

– We are trained in providing drug prevention curricula,
Too Good for Drugs to Grade 6 to Grade 8 all year round

– We are your liaisons for the Illinois Youth Survey (IYS),
trained to help with data collection and data analysis

– Creating communication campaigns for classrooms
and communities to combat drug industry practices