This program is a multi-session program designed to educate the parents of children in grades 4-8 on how to reduce the risk that their children will develop drug problems. The curriculum is based on research conducted by Dr. David Hawkins and Dr. Richard Catalano of the University of Washington and is recognized by the Center for Substance Abuse Prevention as a model program.

Includes: five, two hour, interactive sessions (up to 10 adults), one pre-program meeting with a community contact, educational materials, workbooks, handouts, pre/post-test, evaluation summary, certificates of completion.

Learning objectives: learn skills to prevent drug use in families and strengthen family bonds; learn skills to reduce children’s antisocial behavior; learn parenting skills to help manage conflict and anger.

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