Drug Prevention Services

What We Do

The goal of prevention services in the District are to provide access to accurate and up-to-date information regarding current trends in substance use and to:

Increase these Protective Factors for students

  • Healthy and safe relationships
  • Appropriate, positive behaviors
  • Strong connections to school and community

Decrease these Risk Factors for students

  • Aggressive behavior
  • Academic failure
  • Poor social skills
  • Substance use and abuse

We provide or participate in programs and activities related to:

  • PBIS
  • Conscious Discipline
  • Restorative Justice
  • Intervention and referral services

For more information, contact:

Sue Ann (Sam) Moore, B.A., C.P.S.
Drug Prevention Coordinator and District PBIS Coach
541-440-4098

Did You Know?

Parents have more influence over their children than friends, music, TV, the Internet or celebrities.

Kids who learn about the risks of drugs and alcohol from their parents are much less likely to experiment or use drugs.

Help your student stay safe and make healthy choices by:

  • Talking and listening regularly.

  • Staying informed about your student’s friends and day-to-day activities.

  • Making it clear that you do not want him or her to drink or use drugs, including tobacco or vape products.

  • Setting reasonable limits.

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