Diversion (Substance Abuse)
The Diversion program is a three hour educational program designed for youth who have violated an alcohol law or policy in the community, at school, or even within the boundaries of their own home. The program consists of group discussions, activities, and information dissemination. Diversion is designed to influence participants to make low-risk alcohol choices and to decrease high risk choices that could harm them or others. This program is offered bi-monthly at Pathways Counseling Center and includes a fee to the participant.
• Increase knowledge about physical and impairment problems related to alcohol use.
• Increase knowledge of research-based, low risk guidelines for use.
• Increase abstinence and resistance skills.
Youth ages 13 to 20. Parents/guardians are required to attend the program if their child is a minor.