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The Narconon drug prevention education in Metro Vancouver for Elementary and High School students are geared specifically to the age level of the students participating. The appropriate program for a school or group can be determined through discussion with a Narconon representative. Questions and audience participation are encouraged during and after the program. Talks are delivered throughout Greater Vancouver by request. Video programs available.

For drug prevention programs to be more effective, a series of talks on different factors of drug use needs to be done through out the year. Student questions have to be taken up and fully answered to the satisfaction of the student. Interactive talks that are fun and informative work the best when working with especially young kids. Older students want more real life consequences and facts about drug use. Easy to remember functions of drugs need to be taught. Supporting materiel should accompany the talks. The tone of the talks should be friendly.

Education does not occur in the presence of drugs. Teachers want students who aren’t stoned and can actually think, participate and contribute to the class room setting. The solution is the series of the “Truth about Drugs” talks delivered in your classes at your school. Video tapes are also beneficial in areas which a speaker may not be able to visit.

DRUGS AND THE BODY Drug Prevention Education Presentation, Metro Vancouver and Burnaby, BC

The effects drugs have on the body:

  • burn up of nutrients
  • poisonous effects
  • how drugs affect mind

The accumulation of drugs or chemicals in the body and how this affects a person on a long term basis:

  • live demonstrations, group participation and illustrations
  • how drug use creates drug cravings

DRUGS, ALCOHOL AND THE MEDIA Drug Prevention Education Presentation (video also available), Metro Vancouver and Surrey, BC

What alcohol is and how it is made;

  • exposing the myth of fermentation, aging, distilling and other alcohol industry jargon

Alcohol advertisements – demonstration of response and recognition:

  • the secret and hidden media influences on kids and adults, this information will shock you!
  • showing people how media influences peoples attitudes and how they can see the deception and never get tricked by hidden messages again.
  • How the media is used to get our attention and glamorize alcohol use.

HOW DRUGS AFFECT THE MIND Drug Prevention Education talk Metro Vancouver, East Vancouver

Drug Prevention Education talk demonstration of the mind and how it works; live interactive class participation

  • The effects of drugs on the mind
  • Iillustrations, stories and interactive demonstration
  • How drugs affect learning and education; stories of drug abusers

CREATING  EMOTIONS AND ACHIEVING YOUR GOALS Drug prevention education presentation for high school students in Metro Vancouver and Richmond, BC

How to create your own emotional responses to life

  • full live demonstration and classroom practice creating 10 major emotions
  • Which emotion is most susceptible to drug use and abuse

Why goals are so important in life and how to quickly use goals to influence your emotions

  • Demonstrations of what goals are and why you need goals to be happy
  • Goal Setting practical

THE TRUTH ABOUT MARIJUANA (video also available) Drug Prevention Education talk, Metro Vancouver and North Vancouver, BC

  • Dispelling common myths and false information about marijuana
  • The subtle long term physical effects of marijuana
  • How marijuana affects a person emotionally

ECSTASY – THE REAL STORY ABOUT A DAMAGING DRUG Drug Prevention Education Presentation, West Vancouver, BC

Ecstasy became popular amongst clubbers, college students and high school students after a great deal of magazines, TV shows and ‘scientists’ popularized the drug by introducing it to these populations. This is the most educational and interesting talk on how a drug was introduced and was glamorized by ‘experts’ just like LSD was introduced by Timothy Leary in the 60’s.

  • Live video exposing how former Ecstasy drug dealers sold X
  • Expose’ on the magazines and ‘documentaries’ that promote X
  • Trains kids how to advertising works so they know exactly how to be unaffected by media influences

Specific Drug Prevention Topics – Introduced Into  Metro Vancouver Talks

1. LSD – TODAY’S MOST DANGEROUS DRUG

What is LSD and the long and short tem danger of its use
How it affects a person mentally

2. ACHIEVING YOUR GOALS IN LIFE

What is a goal and why it is important to set goals
The components of a game and how this applies to life
How to stay enthusiastic and achieve your goals

3. DRUG ADDICTION

Drug addiction and the long term effects of alcohol and other drugs
Why a drug addict progressively increases drug use

4. PEER PRESSURE AND RESISTING ALCOHOL AND OTHER DRUGS

The definition of peer pressure and group agreement
Drugs as a relief from unwanted conditions
Different conditions that lead a person to drug use

5. VIOLENCE, BULLYING AND DRUGS

Why drugs produce more violence and bullying
What to do about it

6. WHAT ARE DRUGS REALLY?

Break the ‘good drug’ and ‘bad drug’ myth and get kids to understand how ALL drugs and alcohol work and why it’s safer to not experiment with drugs or abuse alcohol

PARENT DRUG PREVENTION EDUCATION TALKS – ADDICTED YOUTH

What parents can do about youth who use drugs
In depth understanding about the drug users reality
Workshops available in communication techniques

CORPORATE / WORK PLACE TALKS

How drugs affect people on the job, productivity, efficiency
How to detect signs of drug use
What to do about it
Talks are specifically tailored to needs and wants of work place

CONTACT NARCONON VANCOUVER
TO SPEAK TO A DRUG PREVENTION SPECIALIST
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or get a community drug education program now

Note: Live drug prevention education talks have a fee for service. However, the DVD presentations and teachers lesson plans are provided without cost to you, Narconon Vancouver Society sponsors these. Please call or email us for details.

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