Stop Bullying Before It Starts
Stop Bullying Before It Starts is includes PowerPoint presentation that provides students with information about the damaging effects bullying has on students and their school. It also includes activities for students to develop anti-bullying messages for their school and community. Stop Bullying Before It Starts: A Bullying Prevention Project is a resource for schools and police. It is intended to be used as part of a broader school initiative. Stop Bullying Before It Starts.pdf file size 2MB
Think Before You Send
Think Before You Send: Using Digital Communication Responsibly is a PowerPoint presentation informs students about how their use of technology could violate the law, as well as protect them from online predators and other dangers associated with digital communication. The program covers privacy/disclosure of personal information, cyberbullying, digital dating abuse, sexting, predators and associated legal consequences. The program may be facilitated by educators, police, counselors, and other professionals. Think Before You Send file size 11MB
The Truth About Drugs and Alcohol
This PowerPoint presentation educates students about the serious impact drug and alcohol use can have on their lives. This program further educates students on the social, physical, and legal consequences of drug and alcohol use. Through the use of slides and videos, The Truth about Drugs and Alcohol educates teens about drug use, including alcohol, marijuana, and prescription drugs.
Drugs 101: What Adults Need to Know
This PowerPoint presentation informs parents and other adults about the issue of youth drug and alcohol use. Drugs 101 uses slides and videos of teens and adults to educate adults about drug use, including alcohol, inhalants, prescription drugs, and opiates. The CD contains the presentation and an informational handout for parents. Drugs 101 offers parents suggested guidelines to keep their children safe, indicators of drugs or alcohol use, and resources to find more detailed information.
Underage Drinking: Not Everyone is Doing It
This program is comprised of three separate PowerPoint presentations aimed at middle school students, high school students, and adults. Each presentation explains the dangers of underage drinking, how it affects the brain, and the legal, social and physical consequences of this behavior.
A presentation by Dr. Sharon Levy, Director of Adolescent Substance Abuse Program at Boston Children's Hospital, on current trends in drug abuse prevention and treatment.