Prevention and Early Intervention

School-Based Prevention and Early Intervention

Students in Kindergarten—8th grade participate in prevention programs that provide education on critical age appropriate topics. The sessions are designed to help children develop new skills, and encourage children to make safe and healthy choices for themselves and others. Among the programs provided are: Personal Safety, Healthy Dating Relationships, Violence Prevention, Bullying & Teasing, Cyber Bullying, and a 6th grade specific program titled – Changes & Choices which covers a wide range of important topics. Prevention programs are being delivered in St. Charles, Warren, Lincoln, and Franklin County schools.

Early Intervention

Students in kindergarten through 8th grade participate in prevention programs that provide education on critical, age-appropriate topics. The sessions are designed to help children develop new skills and to encourage them to make safe and healthy choices for themselves and others.

Early Intervention Services are designed to help children identified as having emerging, mild to moderate behavioral problems, school adjustments issues, or emotionally-based social problems with the goal of preventing the need for more intensive services later in adolescence.

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