50-6441-E – MK 5: Drug & Alcohol Intervention (FM)


Item #50-6441-E
Format: PDF (watermarked)
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Nearly 23% of high school students used Marijuana during 2013 surpassing cigarette use.

Experimentation with alcohol and drugs during adolescence is unfortunately common amongst teens. Often teenagers don’t see the link between their actions today and the consequences they’ll face tomorrow. While some teens only experiment – others will develop a dependency, moving on to more dangerous drugs and causing significant harm to themselves and possibly others.

This is the Facilitator’s Manual to helping at-risk students overcome the challenges they may face regarding and drug & alcohol use. Program targets teens and their families. Through intervention, training, and curriculum – this program is able to achieve nearly an 80% success rate in recidivism studies.

Through incorporating The Six Pillars of Character®, the Moral Kombat book series meets the specific needs of helping at-risk teens deal with decision-making, substance abuse, truancy, parenting, life skills, and criminal behavior. Consider also purchasing in combination with this product the Student Manual and Student Supplement.

Product Description

Item #50-6441-E: MK 5 Facilitator’s Manual, Drug & Alcohol Interventionebook-icon

Publication Date: March 3, 2015
Pages: 200
Format: PDF (watermarked)

This item is intended for use in conjunction with Moral Kombat: Volume 5 Booklets and integrates the Six Pillars of Character.
This program utilizes cognitive-based strategies to help teens and adults who do not have serious alcohol or drug problems. This program is intended as an education, intervention and awareness program. It is meant to provide guidance and educational insight to teens whose A & D experimentation has created problems in their lives.

About the Moral Kombat Series

The evidence-based pedagogy and methodology are only part of the reasons for the overwhelming response this program has garnered. Moral Kombat allows at-risk students the opportunity to learn from their mistakes while instilling a desire to control and improve their behavior and change their belief systems. Moral Kombat’s 11 year plus success stems from its programs unique combination of experiential and collaborative learning CBT (cognitive behavioral therapy) and REBT (rational emotive behavioral therapy) for at-risk students. Students learn to take personal responsibility for their actions, the importance of character, and that all actions have consequences, plus more. The Moral Kombat book series was carefully designed to meet the needs of at-risk youth by facilitating self-discovery and decision making skills that students to deal successfully with troubling issues that create problems in their lives.