The Goal of Community Prevention
SAS takes a leading role in educating the community about substance abuse issues. The goal of the Community Prevention Program is to encourage professionals, families and communities to incorporate prevention and early intervention into their activities. Training is available for any community, treatment, health care, civic, religious, youth, recreation, or any other group requesting it. Topics have included: how to raise drug free children, responding to alcohol and other drug use among clients/employees/students, and how to help a friend or loved on in trouble.
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Employee Assistance Program
More than 70% of illicit drug users and 80-90% of alcohol abusers are employed in the workforce. In order to help managers and employees deal with substance abuse and other personal problems, the EAP consortium was established. For more information about how Student Assistance Services can provide assistance to your employee base [click here]
Parenting for Prevention Newsletter
A monthly "Parenting for Prevention" newsletter provides updated information on current trends and effective prevention for families.
Residential Student Assistance Program (RSAP) For more information [click here] Bullying Prevention Program For more information [click here] The ROADD (Reduce Our Adolescent Drinkg/Drugging & Driving) Program For more information [click here] Project SUCCESS (Schools Using Coordinated Community Efforts to Strengthen Students) For more information [click here]
For information on our work with prevention coalitions in Westchester County [click here]
Training for Professionals
Contact hours for Credentialed Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Counselors (CASAC) credentialing and re-credentialing are available. (NYS OASAS Provider #ED0100.)
National Council on Alcholism and Drug Dependence (NCADD)
Student Assistance Services is a member affiliate of the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence