Presentations to 500 youth and their teachers participating in our Grade 9 “Healthy Choices For Youth” program in the Anglophone South School District (Winter/Spring 2015).
Presentations to 2,492 youth within the community, both in the summer and during the school year (January 2012 – December 2014).
Presentations to 2,068 adults (January 2012 – December 2014).
5,998 visits to our educational website in 2013.
2,336visits to our educational website from January 2014 – August 2014
In the past
27 presentations (2012) to approximately 2,375 youth within the community, both in the summer and during the school year.
Worked with approximately 2,162 adults (2012) within the community.
3,387 pieces of literature distributed in 2011 and 93,000 pieces distributed between 1995 and 2007.
Services to parents, educators and youth: 50 calls and walks-ins in 2012 and 625 walk-ins & 650 phone calls (1997 – 2007) .
Introduced New Brunswick to a prevention program for elementary children teaching healthy choices about alcohol, drugs and gambling: “Sense and Nonsense”.
Involved in the Respect Program (Winter 2009) with the Saint John Police Force. We spoke to all of the grade 9 students in the Saint John area about the impact of substance and gambling abuse.
Peer pressure reversal programs (2009) for over 6,000 youth using the “Too Cool For Drugs”Program for youth grades 2-4 and “How to Say No and Keep Your Friends” program for youth grades 5-8 (interactive program teaching social competencies).
In-service training for 300 employees Irving Paper (re: adult & youth drug use and services available in our community).
Speakers provided for Parent Groups, Community Centers staff and children, schools, church groups, women in the Saint John Regional Correctional Center, Ridgewood, the Saint John Boys & Girls Club and the YM-YWCA.