stable communities by combating substance abuse.
ABOUT THE COUNCIL ON ALCOHOL AND DRUGS
The Council on Alcohol and Drugs
is a 40 year-old nonprofit, 501(c)3 substance abuse prevention and
education agency that develops programs and materials based on the
most current research on drug use and its impact on community. The
Council's Drugs Don't Work program has been the official drug free
workplace provider for the state of Georgia since 1993.
The Council's mission is to build healthy, stable communities by
combating substance abuse, and related problems, through prevention
education, information and advocacy.
WHO DO THEIR PROGRAMS
Since our establishment
in 1969 we have served the community through high-quality services
and effective prevention programs. We have an exciting range of
educational programs and services designed to engage children and
teens, address the needs of parents, and to provide employers,
educators, health professionals, policy-makers and the media with
authoritative information on tobacco, alcohol and other drugs.
SUPER In 2005 the consensus is
that referrals to an alternative school or an out-of-school
suspension for an alcohol, drug or violence-related offense is
simply not enough to help a student who has been involved in
alcohol, tobacco, or other drug intoxication, possession and/or
read more about Super program ->
MAPP Independent evaluation by
Dr. Debi Starnes of EMSTAR Research has shown that MAPP increases
school attendance and grades, knowledge of negatives effects of
alcohol, tobacco, and other drug use, and decreases disciplinary
referrals to school administration.
read more about the MAPP program ->
PPLY PPLY utilizes after-school
and in-school evidence-based, culturally appropriate programming
and has been shown to prevent alcohol, tobacco, and other drug (ATOD)
use, increase school bonding, improve grades and school
attendance, decrease disciplinary actions and improve
communication skills (EMSTAR Research is the evaluator).
read more about the PPLY program ->
SUPER STARS Substance Use Prevention Education
Resource: Self-Esteem Through Arts and Recreation Sessions is an
award-winning prevention program designed for youth ages 6-11 and
their parents or guardians. SUPER STARS has received numerous
national awards for its in-depth and effective program.
read more about the Super Stars program ->
CONTACT DETAILS AND DONATIONS
The Council on Alcohol
and Drug, Inc.
233 Peachtree Street
NE, Suite 2000
Atlanta, GA 30303-1564