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Mercer Council offers many evidence-based programs for youth from Kindergarten to 12th grade that are recognized by The Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) and National Registry of Evidence-based Programs and Practices (NREPP). All programs are facilitated by an Education Specialist and include interactive lessons/activities that create positive learning experiences to increase the likelihood that youth will make responsible, healthy choices.

Available School Youth Support Services Team – helping youth navigate through their high school years at Ewing High School.    We help guide youth in positive directions towards accomplishing their goals. …
Research has clearly demonstrated that substance abuse prevention needs to begin at a very young age and continue to be reinforced throughout childhood and adolescence. However, most prevention programs are…
Mercer Council’s Keys To Innervisions (KIV) program teaches youth how to change their beliefs and self-talk in order to change their behaviors. Program Details Keys to Innervisions (KIV) is an…
The Life Skills Training (LST) program is a groundbreaking substance abuse prevention program based on more than 30 years of peer reviewed, scientific research. Summary    The LifeSkills Training (LST) program…
An alcohol use prevention curriculum for children in grades K-5, this program was originally developed by Mothers Against Drunk Drivers as part of MADD’s National Elementary School Project.  It has…
Safe Dates is a dating abuse prevention program which raises student awareness of what constitutes healthy vs. abusive dating relationships and equips them with the skills and resources needed to…
This program includes interactive dialogue between participants and facilitator, hands-on activities and role-playing.  Utilizing the Fatal Vision goggles, students will experience the effects of alcohol and other drugs on their…
This comprehensive prevention education program for high school students was designed to equip students with the knowledge, skills and attitudes they need to remain safe and drug free.  Based on…