ECCPASA Programs

Challenging College Alcohol Abuse

Challenging College Alcohol Abuse (CCAA) is a social norms and environmental management program aimed at reducing high-risk drinking and related negative consequences among college students (18 to 24 years old). It is a successful evidence-based program. Printable Brochure

Fetal Alcohol & Drug Effects

ECCPASA’s Fetal Alcohol & Drug Effects (FADE) programs offer a positive approach to meeting the challenges of prenatal exposure to alcohol and other drugs through prevention, education and awareness presentations and training sessions. Resource Guide  Printable Brochure

Focus on Consequences

Our adolescent program provides a brief educational intervention for those 14 - 21 years old using motivational interviewing and through follow ups for continued client support. Printable brochure
Our adult program serves people age 21 or older. For many, a brief intervention can initiate a process of self-reflection conducive to behavioral change. Printable Brochure

Programs for Parents

Time and time again surveys of teens indicate that parents can and do make an enormous difference in influencing their children's perceptions of tobacco, alcohol, or illicit drug use. ECCPASA's Parent Programs help start these conversations. Printable Brochure.

Public Education and Advocacy

ECCPASA provides a variety of Public Education & Advocacy programs and presentations geared toward the classroom, non-profit agencies and the workplace. Printable Brochure.

Social Skills Programs

The social skills programs are designed for students in elementary though high schools and offer primary prevention curricula for the development of social and life skills. Printable Brochure.

Strengthening Families

The Strengthening Families Program (SFP) is a national model and is the first research-based parenting program specifically designed for parents (with children ages six to 14 years old) working to overcome substance abuse. Printable Brochure.

Student Assistance Prevention Programs

The Student Assistance Prevention Counseling (SAPC) Program is a licensed prevention counseling program by the NYS Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services. It utilizes a multidisciplinary approach and intervention system to remove barriers hindering educational and personal development.
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