Prevention Partnership International’s curriculums are specifically designed for the whole family – children ages 0-18, parents and caregivers. All programs are research-based, piloted and evaluated before being released for distribution.
Our curriculums are unique in that they:
Incorporate teaching methods and materials universally appropriate for all, including children, with materials developed for children of addiction, children with fetal alcohol syndrome disorders (FASD), with learning differences, and/or Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorders (ADHD).
Utilize interactive and experiential teaching methodologies as recommended by recent research on how the brain learns, especially brains impacted by toxic stress, adverse chlildhood experiences and prenatal exposure to alcohol and other drugs.
Integrate the teaching of skills with strategies to break the cycles of addiction, child abuse/neglect and family violence (from home)
Explore the physical, psychological, social, and spiritual components of healthy living.
Are based on the most current prevention research, including service to others and seeing beauty in the world.
Pro social skill building education/support group models for individuals with dual diagnosis (mental illness, substance use disorder and/or learning differences).
Teen pregnancy prevention programs for adolescent females at high risk for pregnancy.
Teen pregnancy prevention for males at high risk for becoming teen dads.
Education/support group model for children of alcoholics/addicts, and parents in early recovery.
Classroom prevention curriculum for alcohol, prescription and illegal drug use for grades 1-11.
Classroom prevention curriculum for alcohol, prescription and illegal drug use for high school students.
Pro social skill building education/support group models for individuals with learning differences.
Teen pregnancy prevention program for teen moms at risk for second pregnancies.