Substance Abuse Prevention Classes (6-12)


Give students the tools they need to analyze their own risky behavior and say no to gateway drugs.

6-9 Educational Objectives

1. To define gateway drugs.
2. To encourage students to think about how likely they are to engage in risky behavior.
3. To brainstorm ideas for avoiding risky behavior.
4. To role-play the Refusal Skills Steps.

9-12 Educational Objectives

1. To define gateway drugs and share consequences of various drugs.
2. To encourage students to think about how likely they are to engage in risky behavior.
3. To explore reasons why people use drugs.
4. To practice ideas for avoiding risky situations, including the Refusal Skills Steps.

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“The substance abuse program was definitely beneficial. Students who rarely engage were raising their hands and adding to the group discussions.”JB Randall, 7th grade teacher

Logistical Info

Grades: 6-12
Length: 40 minutes
Max audience size: 35 per class
Max classes per day: 7
Price: $639/per day of classes, plus travel

By the time they reach middle or high school, students have heard for years about the risks of drugs and alcohol. But CLIMB’s engaging classes help them think about avoiding substance abuse in a new way–a personal way. Without cliches or preaching, CLIMB helps students analyze their own attitudes toward risk, identify peer pressure, and practice their refusal skills–empowering them to remain drug-free.


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“The sessions really help students process the information, think about their actions or inactions or what they would do if/when faced with these issues.”Kat Kolegas, middle school teacher
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