Prevention of Substance Abuse Services
Centerstone Kentucky’s Regional Prevention Center (RPC) brings together adult and youth community volunteers with state and local policy-makers, social service providers, educational staff, public health personnel, business and church leaders, and law enforcement representatives. All are dedicated to promoting healthy lifestyles and prevention of substance abuse and violence.
For More Information, contact:
Patty Gregory, Division Director, Regional Prevention Center 502-589-8600 ext 1283.
A Healthy Journey for Two
Promotes prevention of substance abuse by discussing how tobacco, alcohol, and other drugs affect unborn children during pregnancy and breast-feeding. Click Here for Current Classes
Early Intervention Program/Zero Tolerance
The program is for adolescents and young adults who are experiencing problems with alcohol or drug use.
Grassroots Community Programs and Services
These programs and services promotes healthy lifestyles and prevention of substance abuse among teens and adolescents.
Guiding Good Choices
Guiding good choices is a multimedia skills training program taught by certified prevention specialists for parents of children grades 4-8.
Mental Health First Aid
A public education program designed to improve participants’ knowledge, attitudes and perceptions about mental health and how to respond to individuals who are experiencing a mental health crisis. Program available for Youth and Adults.
Question Persuade Refer (QPR) Gatekeeper
Question, Persuade, and Refer (QPR) Gatekeeper Training for Suicide Prevention is a 1-2 hour educational program designed to teach lay and professional “gatekeepers” the warning signs of a suicide crisis and how to respond. This brief educational program is designed to recognize and refer someone at risk of suicide.
Staying Connected with Your Teen
Shows parents of teens practical ways to set family standards and take an active interest in their children.
Everyone at Centerstone Kentucky’s Regional Prevention Center (RPC) is dedicated to promoting healthy lifestyles and prevention of substance abuse and violence. To learn more about any of these services, contact the Regional Prevention Center at 502-589-8600