Research demonstrates that the more adolescents have clarity on their values and goals, the more likely they are to make healthy decisions for themselves. ALL adolescents are “at-risk youth" because of how their developing brains tend to minimize risks, crave excitement, and are still developing the ability to consider long-range and big picture thinking. These activities can help build essential protective factors, helping prevent self-destructive choices and empower students to be and achieve what they want most for themselves.


All activities are applicable to diverse students in middle school through college and can be faci