Prevention education services are directed to affect critical life and social skills, improve decision making and refusal skills, enhance adolescent’s resilience, increase knowledge about alcohol and other drugs, decrease adolescent's use of alcohol and other drugs, delay onset use of alcohol and other drugs, increase knowledge about environmental factors that promote alcohol and other drugs.
During the summer break and winter break, The Mansfield UMADAOP serve over 250 youth with the goal to preserve the information they receive during the school year and also increase the tools that they currently have.
Utilizing the public health approach to prevention, this strategy aims to establish or change community standards as a way to influence the incidence and prevalence of trauma, depression and any other mental health concerns among the general population.
An Alternative Educational School located at the 215 N. Trimble Road Property. School provides Educational Services for High Students, grades 9-12.
Utilizes the evidence-based All Stars Program, which is a prevention program that needs to reach as many young people as possible. Involving low-risk students ensures that at-risk students will understand that drug use and other risky behaviors are not normal or acceptable to the peer group. We are currently working in five school districts in Richland County.
Provides therapeutic mentoring, life skills training and community service support for at-risk youth in need of structure, support, and guidance. These youth are given the opportunity to build or enhance social skills, develop life skills, and become contributing community members.
Crafted to identify and build upon everyone’s needs, commitment to recovery, strengths, and areas of health and competence to support achieving Long-Term recovery. We utilize evidence-based curriculum 7 Challenge’s to anchor our adolescent clinical efforts.