Alcohol Awareness Programs (AAP) for Underage Drinking Age Law Convictions are available for persons aged 13-21 who are engaged in high-risk behaviors such as tobacco use, drinking or using other drugs, or who may be involved in other behaviors that increase risk for future problems.
- AAPI is for those with a First Offense Conviction of alcohol or other drug use. An evidence-based curriculum, PRIME FOR LIFE®, helps participants explore the reasons they chose to use alcohol and other drugs, examine the effects of use on their lives and learn to make healthy choices. Classes are 5½ hours in length. Please note AAPI can only be taken once.
- AAPII starts with an individual assessment with a substance abuse counselor to determine the best options for providing assistance. If appropriate, an evidence-based, brief intervention curriculum named TEEN INTERVENE, is utilized to help the individual identify and address personal and specific needs as they focus on setting and attaining goals.
Tobacco Diversion Program (TDP) for First Offense Convictions for Tobacco violations is an educational program on nicotine addiction. The program, for persons up to age 18, increases participant self-awareness regarding personal use of any form of tobacco and it’s impact on life choices. It also details consequences of use and outlines resources that are available for participants who decide to quit.