This program is designed for young adults who are required by the courts, educators, parents or clergy to receive education and awareness about alcohol and other drugs.
This program is designed for college-aged young adults who are required by the courts, educators, parents or clergy to receive education and awareness about alcohol and other drugs. Participants will receive guidance for navigating the college years without being sidelined by overuse of alcohol and/or drugs. Pathways will:
• Develop an awareness of all aspects of drug/alcohol use as it relates to young adults;
• Equip students with the understanding and skills to successfully navigate the high risk years of late adolescence/young adulthood;
• Help students explore and process the health and legal risks associated with binge drinking;
• Offer opportunities for students to consider healthy alternatives to excessive drinking.
Attendees must be 18 years or older and not currently in high school. Classes are small and are structured around college students’ schedules.
Dates of the course are determined when at least five students have registered.
Please call the CARE office (214-526-8986) to schedule an intake meeting prior to the first session.