Our goal is to empower youth to make healthy decisions and live life fully without drugs, and to build the capacities of youth, families, professionals and community members to be active agents of prevention.
Our strategy is focused on health promotion and community development. Our work is based on an ecological approach, tackling the individual, social and environmental factors for substance use, by involving youth of all ages, as well as their peers, parents, teachers, professionals and communities.
Youth Awareness Program
An awareness project that seeks to shed light on the issue of drug addiction and to highlight its risks, through awareness sessions, activities and day-long events, and the production of information- education-communication material.
Parents Guidance Program
A parent-based intervention aiming to increase parental awareness and promote positive parent- child communication through training workshops on parenting skills, awareness sessions and the production of information- education-communication material.
A peer-to-peer initiative that promotes positive youth development and the mobilization of youth to spread drugfree messages within their peers, through skill-based training workshops, tool development and peer education.
(Skills for Adolescence to Improve Life)
A skill-based learning curriculum based on social and emotional learning that offers teachers and educators the possibility to incorporate Life Skills education within school curricula, through skill-based training and monitoring.