facebook-with-circle linkedin-with-circle pinterest-with-circle twitter-with-circle youtube-with-circle

Our partnership with the Byrnes Health Education Center has afforded our Academy students the ability to learn how the “Body Works” through innovative, hands-on activities. Their interaction with our elementary students enables them to absorb this important material, from experts in the field, in a way that incorporates fun and learning. Thanks Byrnes Staff!

Deborah Ayers

LIU 12

New Program – Heroin: The Wake Up Call

In our continued efforts to create health curriculum that is relevant to current issues, Byrnes Health Education Center has added a new program: Heroin: The Wake Up Call.blankclock

The heroin epidemic has reached our doorsteps and this program, geared to grades 7-12, students are provided the facts about heroin use.  Utilizing a multi-media presentation, real life stories, and interactive activities, participants will gain valuable knowledge to aid in the prevention of heroin abuse.

As with all of our programs, students are evaluated for knowledge gain and behavioral intent with pre- and post-testing and every teacher is asked to evaluate our educators on presentation, content and impact.

About the program: This program is designed to inform students about the heroin epidemic in our country, state and region. Participants will learn factual information about what heroin does to their bodies and how Rx abuse can lead to heroin use. Local statistics and resources will also be provided along with current heroin trends and information on the “Good Samaritan Law.”

To schedule this program for your school or organization or for more information, please contact the Byrnes Health Education Center’s Education Services Department at 717.848.3064 x 249.

Posted in News, Uncategorized