Multiple Risk Behavior Prevention Resources for Youth & Teachers

Regular price $ 99.00

Successful prevention requires addressing co-occurring health risks of youth and young adults, including substance use and chronic disease risk behaviors. 

The most efficient strategy to do this is to integrate substance use prevention with wellness behavior promotion.

That is why we provide prevention specialists and parents with evidence-informed resources aimed at enhancing wellness habits, including physical activity, healthy nutrition, sleep, controlling stress, goal setting and spirituality, while promoting avoiding substance use.

These resources are perfect for extending and enhancing evidence-based Prevention Plus Wellness screening and brief interventions.

They are also ideal for prevention specialists interested in broadening their program outcomes by targeting multiple health risks among young people. 

Prevention Plus Wellness resources address increasing and improving physical activity and sports participation, healthy nutrition, getting adequate sleep, controlling daily stress, setting and monitoring goals and spirituality, while understanding risks associated with substance use, including vaping e-cigarettes and using marijuana.

Prevention Plus Wellness multiple health risk behavior resources for youth and teachers include:

  • Prevention Plus Wellness Core Knowledge Training Webinar
  • Youth Knowledge Quizzes in paper and online formats
  • Goal Contracts in paper and online formats
  • Evidence-informed health behavior content and tools for prevention professionals and parents
  • Youth health behavior content, videos, PowerPoint slides and other resources
  • Youth assignments that can be completed in or outside of a classroom or home

Unlimited access to these resources is provided for all individuals purchasing Prevention Plus Wellness programs.

They can also be purchased separately by prevention specialists and parents interested in improving the overall health and well-being of their youth and young adults. 

Access to resources is provided for up to one year.

For more information: (904) 472-5022,