Alternatives’ Youth and Community Prevention Programs service over 3000 students and adults in the Eastern Long Island Community. We conduct the programs both in the schools and in the community using evidence-based programs and environmental strategies.
The Wellbriety Program
Offers wellbriety education, support, prevention and resources to the Native American community.
An outdoor experiential youth development program designed primarily for 5-8 grade based on traditional Native American values.
Wellness Initiative for Senior Education
Educational tools to help seniors feel empowered about health and the healthcare received.
The Wellness Recovery Action Plan®, or WRAP®, is an evidence based practice is used with people of all ages who want to attain the highest possible level of wellness.
Medicine Cabinet Campaign
Target audience: Parents and Seniors Partnering with local East End pharmacies, this environmental strategy supports Nation Drug Take Back day by providing counter advertising, medicine cabinet inventory checklists, and radio PSA’s to help keep prescription drugs off the streets and out of the water.
Parents Who Host Lose The Most
Public awareness campaign launched in the Township of Southampton and Riverhead to address the issues of underage drinking.
Helps parents of children ages 5 to 12 raise children who are able to resist negative peer pressure.
Active Parenting of Teens
Helps parents with teenagers increase positive factors to prevent drug and alcohol use and irresponsible behaviors.
Above The Influence
Supports teens in “Living Above” the Influence of 21st century social challenges.
The Why Try Program teaches social, emotional, and leadership principles.
Too Good For Drugs
Teaches K-12 students how to be socially competent and autonomous problem solvers.
Too Good For Violence
Designed to enhance pro social skills and behaviors and improve protective factors related to conflict and violence.