Best Western University Inn
914 S. College Ave
Ft. Collins, CO 80524
SUBSTANCE ABUSE REDUCTION AND AWARENESS RAISING FOR JUVENILES AND ADULTS
Alcohol/Drug Education is an effective and informative program on Alcohol and Drug Abuse Education. Necessary information is provided to people in every phase of prevention and intervention. The program is designed to reach resistive persons. The course covers a wide range of topics, including methods of examining attitudes around use, abuse and dependency. The presentation consists of both didactic lecture and student interaction.
Alcohol Drug Class is designed specifically for the person who seems willing, but unclear on the direction they should take to eliminate the problems that originate from the use of alcohol and/or other mind-altering chemicals. I.S.A.E.'s philosophy is based on the premise of "Just Say No!" but goes a step further by answering the next question of "Why should I say no."
Legal Issues of Using Drugs and Alcohol
Pharmacology of Alcohol and Other Substances
Learned Behaviors from Parents, Peers and Communities
Genetics and Biochemistry
Alternatives to Using and Resources
Family Dynamics of Chemical Dependency and Self Assessment
Calculating Blood Alcohol Levels
Developing Effective Coping Skills
I.S.A.E. will accommodate all indigent clients as determined by the referring agency.
Clients must submit a 300-word essay to the referral source within 1 week of attending.
Who Should Attend?
Adults and juveniles receiving tickets for:
Open Container Violations
Illegal Possession / Consumption of Alcohol
Minor in Possession
Related Alcohol or Drug Offenses