Casey's Kids is a Recovery Resources youth-led prevention program named in memory of Casey Coleman. Casey was known as the "voice of the Cleveland Browns" and he was also a staunch advocate for alcohol and substance abuse prevention education for youth.
Throughout April, middle school and high school students are participating in an education series to learn facts and techniques to resist peer pressure to use drugs and alcohol. Students are encouraged to create messaging around the theme "Above the Influence" through an essay, poem, song lyrics, or art. If you have a middle school or high school student who would like to participate, contact Nabil Pervaiz at email@example.com.
Submissions are due April 28th. First-place students will be awarded a $100 gift card. If you have the interest to learn more about Casey's Kids and our alcohol and substance abuse prevention education programs visit recres.org/AODPrevention.