P2P is a peer-delivered, in-class education program dealing with issues of substance use, misuse, gambling and other addictive behaviors, focusing on primary and secondary prevention. Designed to teach senior high school students (grades 10-12) to deliver prevention messages to younger students (grades 7-9).
RASS provides parenting sessions, presentations to PAC’s, information, support and referral. Individual education sessions are available. Parental education and support is offered in Mandarin, Chinese and English. Contact us for detailed information.
The X-Press Youth Video Contest was introduced in 2012. Utilizing a funding grant from the BC Ministry of Justice, and in a partnership with the Richmond Youth Media Program (RYMP) and the Richmond RCMP, the contest provided fact-based information sessions to over 500 youth, inspiring dozens of youth-led short informative videos educating on the risks associated with ecstasy use.
We have created and delivered customized workshops for Managers of Businesses, Doctors, RCMP, Teachers, First Responders, Volunteer organizations, and other Social Service Providers. To better understand substance misuse and addiction and what your role is when helping others. We can help you better identify a problem and understand the referral process. Please contact us for more information.