High School Programs

High School Programs

At the high school level, WDAC is able to provide a free model program called Too Good For Drugs.  To get a full desciption on the program please click here to see the developers description.

Also available are the following free single presentations.

Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder

This one-time classroom presentation explains the unique dangers of alcohol in women and educates about the realities of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD).

Drugs and You

This one-time presentation is an overview of a variety of drugs. This program will review names of drugs, how they are administered, what they look like, and how they affect the body.

Drug Video Programs

These video programs can be used individually or as a recurring program. Each lesson consists of a video followed by a short discussion and/or worksheet review. Video topics include the following ; Alcohol and the brain, Inhalants, Marijuana, Cocaine, Heroin, Alcohol in the family, DUI and Binge Drinking.

Prom Promise

This program is offered to high school students within Washington County. Prom Promise is a pledge made my students to be alcohol and drug-free during their prom. By signing the Prom Promise, students may be eligible to win prizes donated by local organizations. An optional single-presentation is also available with this program, which consists of viewing a video and taking part in a discussion in order to reinforce the dangers of alcohol and drug use as a way of celebrating the Prom.

Dealing with Our Losses

This program is a six- to eight-session group designed to help support students who have experienced a personal loss (relative, friend, pet, etc.).  Focus is on understanding the grieving process, identifying one’s stage in the process, and learning a variety of coping skills to assist with moving forward in life.  The dangers of turning to substance use as a coping method are discussed.  If warranted, students can be referred for more intense individual counseling.