Exciting Updates to the Operation Prevention Curriculum (DEA)

02/02/2021
11:30 AM
12:45 PM

Description

Operation Prevention is a joint initiative by the Drug Enforcement Administration and Discovery Education. Participants will learn about the new components of the program that include multi-drug modules and the Native American/Alaska Native curricula. Participants will also learn how to infuse these free science-based and evidence-informed drug use prevention curricula that can be used in classrooms, home schools, youth organizations, workplace, hospitals, and other settings. Operation Prevention provides free curricula to educate elementary, middle, and high school students on the impacts of drug use, and kick-starts lifesaving conversations in the home and classroom. Operation Prevention includes digital download lesson bundles with interactive presentations and educator guides for each lesson, a guide for parents to help them.

Learning Objectives

1) Participants will learn about Operation Prevention, a science of addiction curriculum that is free to use for students grades 3-5, 6-8, and 9-12.

2) Participants will learn about the new updates to the Operation Prevention curriculum, including multi-drug modules, American Indian/Alaska Native components to the curriculum and a workplace module.

3) Participants will learn how to infuse the Operation Prevention curriculum into workplace and classroom settings and all the various components of the curriculum.

31st Annual National Leadership Forum & SAMHSA's 17th Prevention Day

Presenters

Catie Drew
Senior Prevention Program Manager
Drug Enforcement Administration
Joanna Anderko
Senior Prevention Program Manager
Drug Enforcement Administration