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Crossroads

Crossroads is a substance abuse prevention/intervention program for high school students.

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Crossroads is a substance abuse prevention/intervention program for high school students. The program services are delivered by a group of licensed school counselors with training and experience in the field of substance abuse. This program has been operating in many APS High Schools since 1995.

Their services include:
  • Information dissemination
  • Normative and preventative education
  • Initial assessment
  • Problem identification and referral
  • Environmental approaches
  • Community resources integration and skills training

Parent Involvement Program (PIP)

The Parent Involvement Program (PIP) is an alternative to long-term student suspensions for drug and alcohol violations.

Students and their parents attend an after school/evening cycle of sessions addressing:

  • Communication
  • Facts about drugs and drug use
  • Media literacy and adolescent issues
  • Problem-solving skills
  • Parent/teen issues
  • Focus on the family
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