4Results Mentoring is a nationally recognized, award-winning program and a model of quality mentoring in the field. The program operates exceeding the Elements of Effective Practice of the National Mentoring Partnership, is a Washington State Mentor's Expert Partner, an Oregon Mentor's certified Quality Mentoring Program and a Promising Practice listed on the Washington State Inventory of Evidence-Based Practices.
The Council on Prevention and Education: Substances, Inc. (COPES)'s mission is to advance a comprehensive range of effective programs and services in the Louisville community to address substance abuse prevention through personal, marriage, and family strengthening programs that focus on building upon existing personal, family, and community strengths.
The Courage to Speak Foundation, Inc. is a non-profit organization whose mission is to save lives by empowering youth to be drug-free through fostering education and open communication about the dangers of drug and alcohol use.
Good Drugs Gone Bad is a program developed in 2009 that is aimed at reducing the impact of prescription drug abuse in local communities.
Lead & Seed is a youth empowered, environmental approach to preventing and reducing alcohol, tobacco, and drugs in a community.
Movie Making Process uses the artistic process as a real-life learning experience that builds human developmental skills through the theory of Multiple Intelligences, using the latest in neuroscience research and the power of paying attention.
The Red Ribbon Certified Schools program, led by Informed Families, the National Family Partnership, and Florida State University's Center for Prevention Research, has been federally-funded and designed to assess and then celebrate effective efforts in the prevention of substance abuse among youth. It highlights efforts of schools who work in collaboration with youth, parents, educators, and the community as a team.
Smoke-Free Restaurant Campaign is a project to establish smoke-free restaurants as a community norm in Alamance County. The objectives of this project are to increase awareness of existing smoke-free restaurants, increase the number of smoke-free restaurants, educate restaurant owners on the advantages of being smoke-free, increase the number of non-smoking seats in restaurants, and encourage non-smoking residents to request that their favorite restaurants implement smoke-free policies.
The STEPS Program is a comprehensive screening and brief intervention strategy based on the NIAAA Tier 1 Brief Alcohol Screening and Intervention for College Students (BASICS) model, and is designed to reduce alcohol use frequency and quantity, and reduce associated negative consequences by adapting interventions to meet the needs of three target populations of high risk drinkers: first-year students, student atheletes, and students seeking primary health and mental health care on campus.