We offer many different services, training, and prevention strategies to our community agencies, organizations and members. Take a look at just some of the things we have available below. If you have an idea or a concern not listed that you would like more information on, please reach out to us.
Educational videos focused on Marijuana and Alcohol available for lessons or presentations in the classroom, at an event, meeting or training. For detailed descriptions of each video available, click here.
We have numerous resources available! Whether you are a community member, organization, agency, school faculty or staff, parent-contact us today if you are in need of resources or educational materials surrounding substance abuse.
Looking for training on substance abuse trends or concerns? Reach out to us today and we will gladly assist you in your needs.
Fatal Vision Kits
The Fatal Vision® Marijuana Simulation Experience Event Kit is a complete package containing six activities and the required accessories to help teach the potentially dangerous consequences of recreational marijuana use. Lessons and activities demonstrate the loss of visual perception, short-term memory loss, altered visual perception and slowed reaction time and decision-making.
Palmetto Retailers Education Program (PREP) is a merchant education program approved by S.C. Department of Revenue and S.C. Department of Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Services. PREP is a short course that helps reduce underage access to alcohol and tobacco products in Newberry County. This curriculum provides managers and servers/sellers with the knowledge and skills to comply with state laws as they relate to alcohol and tobacco sales. The curriculum gives merchants the tools needed to establish alcohol and tobacco policies, in order to avoid the potential consequences of failing to comply with those policies.
Alcohol Education Program (AEP)
The AEP program is a prevention education program of Westview Behavioral Health Services that is designed for youth who are in violation of minor first-time alcohol and drug offenses. For more information on this program, contact Heather Davenport at (803) 276-5690.