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Prevention Programs

San Juan Unified's Prevention Programs are funded through the Tobacco Use Prevention Education (TUPE) grant and the district's Local Control Accountability Plan. Support and resources offered district-wide aim to improve students' academic success and overall school climate, while encouraging a healthy lifestyle free from violence, alcohol, tobacco, nicotine and other drugs.

Programs include:

  • Club Live and Friday Night Live- A youth development opportunity for middle and high school students designed to build leadership skills and prevent substance use through weekly meetings and school-wide events. 

  • Teen Intervene - An evidence-based program for youth, ages 12-19, who may be experiencing problems associated with mild to moderate tobacco, alcohol, or other drug use.

  • Student Leadership Workshops - Youth Development Network facilitates our Student Leadership skill development and training program for students. It offers the tools necessary to create the leaders of tomorrow. Students ages 12+ are trained to develop and utilize tools that will allow them to reach their maximum potential.

  • Stanford Tobacco Prevention Toolkit - A theory-based and evidence-informed educational resource created by educators and researchers aimed at preventing middle and high school students' use of tobacco and nicotine products. 

Contact Information

(916) 979-8623