Parent's Resource Institute for Drug Education (PRIDE) of Tuscaloosa is the only non-profit organization in our area that is dedicated to creating awareness and reducing substance abuse and the onset of addiction in Tuscaloosa.
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PRIDE serves as the Parents' Resource Institute for Drug Education in the Tuscaloosa community. PRIDE of Tuscaloosa and Prevention Services is dedicated to providing proven and effective drug prevention education programs to the parents and youth in Tuscaloosa.
PRIDE of Tuscaloosa is available to come speak to your business, group, or organization.
For information about speaking engagements, making donations, and volunteering please contact Derek Osborn at email@example.com or call 205-764-0351.
Programs and Activities
PRIDE of Tuscaloosa and Prevention Services performs activities throughout the community to create awareness and reduce substance abuse. It reaches these goals by supporting PRIDE teams, sponsoring educational classes and providing prevention material to parents, students and the community.
PRIDE provides prevention education at community events, health fairs, seminars and training sessions.
PRIDE has partnered with the Tuscaloosa County and Tuscaloosa City School Systems in implementing "Have a Little PRIDE", an elementary prevention program designed for 3rd graders and focuses on making healthy lifestyle choices and choosing not to use tobacco and alcohol.
PRIDE has also partnered with the ABC Board of the State of Alabama to bring their program "Underage, Under Arrest" to local high schools.
PRIDE is currently working on a program for ALL students as part of our long term goal entitled "CDEP".
PRIDE of Tuscaloosa and Prevention services works closely with the Tuscaloosa City and Tuscaloosa County school systems by:
Thank you for joining us for Tuscaloosa's First Drug Summit! There were approximately 400 people in attendance and the feedback has been overwhelmingly positive.
Our children and our community are worth it. Please consider a monthly donation to PRIDE.
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