•D.A.R.E. PROGRAM: A ten week Drug Resistance Abuse Resistance Education program for all 5th graders.

•EVERY 15 MINUTES: A two day program for high school Juniors and Seniors to teach them the harsh reality of drinking and driving crashes. This is a very impactful program that carries a strong message to all participants and observers.

•SENIOR CITIZENS PROGRAMS: Partner with Prevention Links to arrange presentations for senior citizens on such topics as alcoholism, drug abuse, prescription, and over the counter drugs to raise awareness and make known the resources available.

•PROJECT GRADUATION: An all-night celebration for the High School graduation class in a supervised substance free environment.

•HS SENIOR PROGRAM: Offered to all New Providence High School seniors. Addresses issues they face as they transition to college or post high school life as it relates to drugs, alcohol and self-esteem. Provides them with the tools imperative to help them thrive and overcome obstacles they may come across.

•SAFETY BUG: A simulated drinking and driving hands-on experience offered in conjunction with the PA State Police and NP Police Department. NPPD also leads classroom discussion related to program.

•TEEN ALTERNATIVES: Substance free alternative activities for teens.

•PEER LEADERSHIP PROGRAMS: Prepares Middles School and High School students to lead discussions, activities and workshops for their peers on issues related to stereotyping, prejudice, discrimination and alcohol and drug awareness.

•FOREST FRIENDS/PREHISTORIC PALS: Two early elementary prevention programs that target pre-K through 2nd grade students and explore character-building qualities needed by children to make responsible decisions.

•RED RIBBON WEEK: A nationally recognized weeklong drug free celebration. Local kickoff event includes middle school students tying red ribbons and a Proclamation from the Mayor and Borough Council.

•NEW PROVIDENCE HIGH SCHOOL SCHOLARSHIP AWARD: Presented to two graduating NPHS seniors who demonstrate leadership qualities, community service, and are positive role models.

•NEWSLETTER: Newsletters to raise community awareness of substance abuse related issues both locally and regionally and promote Alliance sponsored events and activities.

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