- Pathways is the oldest substance abuse prevention support program in Sedgwick County serving middle and high school students, 11 - 18, that are at high risk for substance abuse, academic failure, or other delinquent behaviors.
- Pathways utilizes Life Skills Training (LST), a research-based curriculum designed to decrease the risk factors associated with juvenile delinquency.
- Pathways is comprised of groups which meet for 8 - 12 sessions, which focuses on topics including substance abuse prevention, self-esteem, peer pressure and anger management.
- Pathways groups are held at area schools and community centers at prearranged times. Groups are available for classroom settings, coed, and gender specific needs.
- The program serves 1,200 youth each year.
- For more information about the Pathways program please call Ext. 282