PRIME For Life is an alcohol and drug education program. It is designed to gently but powerfully challenge common beliefs and attitudes that directly contribute to high-risk alcohol and drug use. The program goals are to reduce the risk for health problems and impairment problems.
2018 Class Schedule
January 13 – Saturday
February 10 – Saturday
March 17 – Saturday
April 14 – Saturday
May 12 – Saturday
June 09 – Saturday
July 14 – Saturday
August 11 – Saturday
September 15 Saturday
October 13 – Saturday
November 10 – Saturday
December 8 – Saturday
Class Time: 9:00am – 5:00pm
*Cash or Money Order Only*
To insure your seat in the class, sign up at least a week in advance.
The Bulloch Alcohol and Drug Council provides intervention classes for students who have violated Board of Education alcohol/drug policies and for young people from the court system who are on probation with Juvenile Justice for similar offenses.
- 8 hours of drug education taught by a certified drug and alcohol counselor
- Offered quarterly based on Board of Education/Juvenile Justice’s needs
- Held Monday-Thursday for 2-hour sessions
- Monday & Wednesday students only attend from 4:30 – 6:30 pm
- Tuesday & Thursday parents and students attend from 5:00 – 7:00 pm.
The Bulloch Alcohol & Drug Council provides TiPS training for local business owners and their employees in Bulloch County. TiPS training sessions educate business employees on responsible service and sale of alcohol.
Two Types of TiPS Training:
Off Premise – grocery stores, liquor stores, gas stations, and convenience stores
On Premise – restaurants, bars, nightclubs, resorts, hotels, in-store tastings — any establishment where alcohol is consumed on the premises
If you are interested in registering your business for a TiPS training session, complete and submit the registration form. Then call 912.764.6405 for the next available class schedule.
*There are no costs to the individual associated with the training.*
The Sticker Shock Project is designed to reach adults who might purchase alcohol legally and provide it to minors. Sticker warnings about the penalties for furnishing alcohol to minors are placed on all multi-packs of beer, alco-pops, and other alcohol products that might appeal to underage drinkers. The impact of the stickers is increased by media coverage of the event and by the signs that are displayed by participating retailers.
The real impact of the Sticker Shock project is that once the alcohol is stickered, of age people purchasing alcohol will think twice about providing alcohol to minors. This project also raises awareness of constructing laws on a larger scale, particularly through media coverage of your activities.
Instead of just raising awareness of selling alcohol to underage persons, it encourages youth to take the lead whenever possible.
Why Participate in Project Sticker Shock?
• Raises public awareness about underage drinking and youth access to alcohol.
• Builds collaboration between youth, retailers, concerned parents, community members, law enforcement, and prevention professionals.
• Strengthens the deterrent effect of law against providing alcohol to minors.
• Generates positive media coverage, including newspaper articles/editorials, and new stories.
The Bulloch Alcohol and Drug Council is a proud supporter of the Governor’s Red Ribbon Campaign that is held each October throughout the United States. We promote Red Ribbon Week within local schools and businesses, encouraging members of the community to help create awareness of abuse problems and to celebrate drug free living.
Youth Action Teams (YATs) are formal groups of youth with at least one Adult Advisor that plan and implement peer-focused prevention and community service projects that positively impact their peers and/or their communities. There are teams at the following schools for the 2017-2018 school year: Portal Middle/High, Southeast Bulloch High School, Statesboro High and William James Middle School. Contact Caitlan Crosby, Youth Teams Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.