Fostering Connections in our Community
Too Good For Drugs
Skills development is at the core of Too Good for Drugs, a universal K-12 prevention education program designed to mitigate the risk factors and enhance protective factors related to alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs (ATOD) use. The lessons introduce and develop skills for making healthy choices, building positive friendships, developing self-efficacy, communicating effectively, and resisting peer pressure and influence.
Too Good for Drugs teaches five essential character development skills to build self-efficacy, promote healthy development, and academic success:
Setting Reachable Goals
Making Responsible Decisions
Bonding with Pro-Social Others
Identifying and Managing Emotions
There are several ways that you could help out and contribute such as donating for our season of hope program, coming to monthly stakeholder meetings, or getting involved in our yearly health Expo!
We conduct monthly board meetings on the second Wednesday of each month and encourage community members and organizations to attend to help build community connections.
SFCCP adds value and brings hope to children and families in our communities through advocacy, awareness events, and by helping individuals locate appropriate resources. We work with our local state agencies, schools, and community organizations to best meet the needs of children and families.