Teen Challenge of the Upper Cumberland offers Stay Sharp, a drug abuse prevention presentation geared toward teens. It addresses the facts and the effects of drug use from the perspective of teens who have gone through it themselves. To learn more about the Stay Sharp Program or to schedule an event for your organization, call 888-688-0470.
Stay Sharp is a hard hitting high energy drug prevention presentation designed to educate students on drug and alcohol abuse and the consequences of their choices. The video address the Facts, Lies and Costs of addiction. Intertwined in this dynamic video presentation, students will hear speakers share personal stories of their introduction to drugs and the destructive journey it lead them on. These speakers are young people who have walked in the students’ shoes and are able to make a relevant connection.
Stay Sharp is endeavoring to reach as many teens across the nation as possible. The negative destructive voices that communicate the wrong way to live are speaking loudly, repeatedly and clearly to the hearts and minds of this generation. We must communicate hope and truth and show them the right way. Stay Sharp purposes to:
Engage the hearts and minds of youth through a visual encounter.
Educate youth about the dangers and consequences of drug and alcohol abuse.
Equip youth to make healthy choices.
Empower youth with truth and hope.
Stay Sharp was created to address youth in a variety of settings, from a private or public school assembly or classroom to a church youth group, large or small group, the possibilities are unlimited. Presenters can work with parents, educators, youth pastors and other leaders to address the specific problem issues of your community. It is presented free of charge as an outreach of Teen Challenge of the Upper Cumberland.
Presenters are not counselors or psychologists. Rather, they are simply individuals who have struggled with substance addiction, who now desire to share their stories about their choices and recovery.
THINK ABOUT IT – Are you providing an adequate drug prevention program for your community?