When teens understand how drugs and alcohol can impact their lives, they make better choices. Through our Clarity For Youth Program, we aim to stop addiction before it starts.
Clarity For Youth sends experienced counselors to schools and community locations to provide positive prevention education and counseling services. Students learn about the dangers of substance use and how to empower themselves by making healthy choices.
Our program offers an innovative curriculum in local schools and organizations where youth can discuss the realities of substance use while creating a network of people in their community who support them through the stresses of adolescent life. Elements of the Matrix Model for Adolescents are integrated in community groups, individual sessions and family sessions as well as psychoeducation groups for parents and students.
Clarity For Youth brings services to your community in a variety of formats designed to engage youth and their families:
- Community Workshops
- Counseling for School-Referred and Self/Parent-Referred Students
- Outreach at Community Health Events
- Parent Education Classes
- Small Group Counseling
- School-Wide Assemblies
We also offer Life Skills Training – a program that has been proven to strengthen healthy behaviors. Life Skills Training is an evidence-based counseling program that aims to reduce the risks of tobacco, alcohol and drug use, violence, and social or psychological behaviors that lead to substance use and other risky behaviors. Training components include:
- Drug Resistance Skills
- Personal Self-Management Skills
- Social Development Skills
Services can be tailored to adolescents and adults ages from 12 to 27 and are currently offered on-site at the City of Santa Monica Trade Interns Program, John Adams Middle School, Lincoln Middle School, Olympic High School, Santa Monica High School, Virginia Avenue Park, and at CLARE|MATRIX facilities.
We’re ready to work with your school or community organization. To learn more about this program, please contact our prevention manager at (310) 314-6200 ext. 3131 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.