Too Good for Drugs & Violence
Skill development is at the core of Too Good for Drugs, a universal K-12 prevention education program designed to mitigate the risk factors and enhance protective factors related to alcohol, tobacco, and other drug (ATOD) use. The lessons introduce and develop social and emotional skills for making healthy choices, building positive friendships, developing self-efficacy, communicating effectively, and resisting peer pressure and influence.
Too Good for Drugs teaches five essential social and emotional learning skills, which research has linked with healthy development and academic success:
Setting Reachable Goals
Making Responsible Decisions
Bonding with Pro-Social Others
Identifying and Managing Emotions