These 60 minute interactive workshops deliver:
the short and long term effects associated with Ice use,
the danger and toxicity of the ingredients in Ice,
the mechanism of Ice addiction,
the effects on the brain, body, relationships and community,
the risks of trying Ice even once,
how to communicate the risks of Ice to their peers and to take action to prevent use.
The Meth/Ice Prevention Workshop Lesson Employs 4 Central Instructional Strategies:
- "What Do You Know" Worksheet: Six statements to engage students/public and get them to think about what they know about ICE.
- Interactive Content: Interactive facts, personal stories and videos to present information from a variety of perspectives.
- Discussion Questions: Open-ended and specific questions spur discussion.
- Peer Engagement and Advocacy: Exercises designed to equip community and or students with information and tools to take action and influence their peers.
To further discuss the lesson or to make a booking for a presentation please contact AAIC.