Substance Abuse Prevention Curriculum Guide

Substance Abuse Prevention Curriculum Guide

Screenshot of the Substance Abuse Prevention Curriculum Guide Web site.

The Substance Abuse Prevention Curriculum Guide is a new, Web-based tool (developed through the SBIR program) that helps health educators—who work with young people in grades Kindergarten through twelfth grade—create their own, research-based, unique substance abuse prevention curricula. The new Web site facilitates the curriculum building process. Site users are able to enter data about their target audiences and receive customized lists of interactive activities and materials (many of which are free) from which they can build a curriculum that meets their needs (e.g., time, cost, drugs of concern).


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