Real DUI Court
In Schools Program
Transferring a case of a first time DUI offender to be sentenced in front of a high school is a two-pronged approach of educating teenagers about the consequences of driving impaired as well as the role and decisions of the judicial branch of the government. Following the sentencing the judge will co-facilitate the interactive portion of the presentation; the intent is to allow for significant dialogue among the students, judge, attorneys, and law enforcement.
ONE Pill Can KILL
There is a public health crisis happening in our community with the primary factor being fentanyl. Together with Drug Recognition Experts and healthcare professionals, AAC brings life-saving information of drug prevention and counterfeit pill awareness inside the classroom with our active participation programs, student instruction, school assemblies, Town Hall meetings, parent workshops, and train the trainer opportunities.
Health, Well-being & Personal Safety
The latest stats on mental health paint a grave picture. 7 out of 10 young people say their mental health is weighing them down. 86% are overwhelmed while 51% don't feel comfortable talking about mental health. AAC works with mental health professionals to provide teens with real tools to help them "unpack" and identify stressors, teach peer to peer wellness support and personal safety instruction.