The San Antonio Council on Alcohol and Drug Awareness was awarded a grant from the Health and Human Services Commission of Texas to provide Bandera, Kendall and Kerr Counties with evidence-based substance abuse prevention services. The Youth Prevention Universal programs reach all of the general population.
The 16-17 school year was the first year SACADA provided prevention services to the Texas Hill Country. Over 750 elementary, middle and high school students received substance abuse prevention services! Is your student receiving prevention education? Click here here to find out. If not, click here to request prevention services for your district or community center.
Hill Country Youth Prevention Specialists (Pictured from Left to Right)
Claire O’Brien, Youth Prevention Specialist for Botvin LifeSkills Curriculum/ Elementary
Aubrie Pankratz , Youth Prevention Specialist for Too Good for Drugs Curriculum/ Middle School
Adriana Jaramillo, Youth Prevention Specialist for Project Toward No Drugs Curriculum/ High Schooll