In Michigan, 78% of drug overdose deaths involve at least one opioid in 2018.
The drug use and addiction epidemic adversely affects the nation, and disproportionately underserved and vulnerable communities. Through addiction and ATOD prevention services, we provide the tools and resources to educate and drive awareness. Our comprehensive research based Life Skills program offers participants realistic data to equip them with proper resistance skills in an effort to reduce substance abuse and restore physical, emotional and mental well-being.
We apply the Botvin Life Skills Training Program for Elementary and Middle School Students in Detroit. The evidence based program yields proven results, giving individuals and families the hope they need to battle their disease. We target the mainstream population, economically disadvantaged community members and high risk vulnerable youth, ages 9-18 who are at risk to and currently using alcohol, tobacco and other drugs to live a life free of substances and learn how to move closer to recovery when needed.