2020 Sandra Baker/PRIDE Scholarship
Sandra Baker was a charter member of the Parent Resource Institute for Drug Education of Tuscaloosa and served on its board of directors for more than 30 years. Baker worked as administrative assistant and client services coordinator for the Tuscaloosa County Public Defender’s Office for 39 years. She also contributed to the formation of one of the first community service groups for youthful offenders, in which youth can clear their minor drug and alcohol charges by engaging in community service work.
Sadly, Sandra passed away in 2019 but her legacy lives on through the Sandra Baker/PRIDE Scholarship. The scholarship will award $1,000.00 to a high school senior in the West Alabama area that plans on continuing their education beyond high school.
Download the application below to view the requirements and the submission deadline. SUBMISSION DEADLINE EXTENDED UNTIL APRIL 30th
Prevention Service Area
PRIDE provides ongoing prevention services in Tuscaloosa, Bibb, Pickens, Sumter, Greene, Hale, Marengo and Choctaw counties. To find out if PRIDE can come to your county, email us at email@example.com!
The Parent's Resource Institute for Drug Education (PRIDE) of Tuscaloosa strives to reduce substance abuse and the onset of addiction in Tuscaloosa and West Alabama. No lies. No deception. Get educated. Not addicted.
The Parents Resource Institute for Drug Education is dedicated to providing proven and effective drug prevention programming and strategies to the parents and youth in the West Alabama area.
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 us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 205-764-0351.
Programs and Activities
PRIDE of Tuscaloosa Prevention Services provides various programs and events throughout the community to create awareness and reduce substance abuse. It reaches these goals through a number of different prevention strategies including promoting environmental changes, coordinating community events, sponsoring educational programming, and providing prevention material to parents, students and the community.
PRIDE provides prevention programming 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, e-cigarettes and alcohol.
PRIDE is currently working on a program for ALL students as part of our long term goal entitled "CDEP". Check out our Programs page for more information.
PRIDE of Tuscaloosa and Prevention services works closely with West Alabama school systems by:
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