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Your Choice-Live is a drug and alcohol awareness program for our youth, presented by young adults who share their personal experience with the choices they each made regarding drugs and alcohol during their own school days. Some of our young speakers made a personal choice to stay out of harm's way at a time when just saying no seemed almost impossible.
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Community of Concern
"A Parent's Guide for the
Prevention of Alcohol, Tobacco
and Other Drug Use"
Mothers Against Drunk Driving
Talking with kids about tough
The Partnership for a Drug-Free
The National youth anti-drug media
National Institute on Drug Abuse
National Families in Action (nfia)
Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids
Publishers Group, LLC – Street
Wisconsin Clearinghouse for
Greendale Assistance Program
The Greendale Assistance Program (GAP) is designed to promote a positive and healthy environment for our youth through the efforts of school, family and a community working together.
Many issues challenge our youth. Surveys indicate that alcohol, tobacco, and drug use along with other lifestyle choices pose a serious threat to the health and well-being of our children.
Who We Are
GAP Consists of:
Ways GAP Supports Our Youth:
Prevention: Creates a positive school climate, supports education in the classroom, and facilitates student opportunities to promote healthy decision-making
Education: Provides information through a variety of formats to enhance healthy choices. Supports teachers by providing education on current trends and prevention techniques.
Intervention: Offers assistance, referrals and guidance to students and families
Family and Community: Fosters communication and education of parents and community in support of youth.
Alternate Activities: Provides and supports extra-curricular opportunities and activities for youth in a health environment.
If you would like to become involved with GAP as a member or help with an activity, please contact our GAP Coordinator at (414) 427-2700.