Primary prevention protects the individual from ever experiencing problems with alcohol, tobacco and other drugs and delays the onset by providing broad based community programs. These programs focus on education.
Secondary prevention identifies problems and high risk use of substances. The goal is to prevent future problems and provide prevention strategies that last a lifetime.
New Opportunities Inc. prevention department offers information, education and consultation services to schools, businesses and community based groups. Professional training workshops, drug free workplace programs and other educational programs are available. Some programs may require a fee for services... request more information.
Carol Groen, Sac County Mentor receives Mentoring Award