A school-based drug and alcohol prevention program can be a positive way to teach students about the risks and dangers of substance use. Schools offer a variety of classroom initiatives to build resiliency, limit the availability of illicit drugs and offset the negative consequences of drug use. Learn about the prevention and intervention resources available in Stark County schools.
Contact your local guidance department to learn about the substance use prevention and resiliency programs available for your child:
Statewide program led by law enforcement officers designed to teach drug resistance in Ohio schools.
Drug Free Stark County promotes a drug-free community by mobilizing diverse partnerships; developing, implementing and supporting environmental strategies; and increasing public awareness of the harmful effects of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs.
Strategies and programs to prevent substance use.
Network of Ohio youth-led coalitions that help to promote drug prevention and positive youth development.