The Positive Action Prevention Program is an evidence-based substance abuse prevention program. The program addresses social, behavioral and academic performance, and core risk factors related to self-esteem, self-efficacy and overall risk-related behaviors of children and adolescents. The program is provided in schools and other community settings.
Children and adolscents at risk of substance abuse who reside in the areas in which the program is offered are eligible to participate in the program. A screening is conducted to assess risk and eligibility.
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