Public and private schools, as well as local community centers, currently participate in The Council on Recovery’s evidence-based prevention programs.
Prevention is a pro-active process of helping individuals, families and communities to develop the resources needed to maintain healthy lifestyles. Prevention aims to alleviate a wide range of at-risk behaviors including, but not limited to, alcohol, tobacco, and other drug abuse; crime and delinquency; violence; vandalism; school failure; school dropouts; teenage pregnancy; mental health problems; depression and suicide (Adopted by the 1996 Prevention Committee of the International Certification Reciprocity Consortium [of addiction counselors]).
For students in grades 3-12, The Council offers programs for:
- Elementary School
- Middle School
- High School
For more information regarding our Prevention programs in schools, please contact 281.200.9204.
The Council’s Choices Program is also present in a number of local Houston high schools and utilizes components of previously successful prevention efforts derived from the extant literature as well as two suggested elements missing from these programs: a focus concerning multiple high-risk behaviors and programming tailored to fit a specific school culture. For more information on the Choices Program, please follow the link below:
For more information regarding our Choices Program, please contact 281.200.9262.
We promise to help you, your family, and your children get the help you need when dealing with substance abuse, addiction or a related issue.
Please call our experienced admissions team today to discuss your unique situation and we will work to find the right program or facility for you and your family. Call: 855.942.4100.