Mapping the Way to Be Drug Free
Drug education and awareness so students will KNOW why they will say NO. Bridging conversation between parents, kids and educators. The more they know, the better they can grow.
IMAP is a drug education and awareness program designed for year-long conversation between educators, students, and parents to help youth plan ahead and be prepared to avoid substance use, abuse, and misuse.
IMAP is a drug education and awareness tool used by parents, educators, guardians, counselors, and any youth instructor to help kids and teens by bridging conversations on tough topics.
Watch the video to learn how we can help kids "map their way to be drug free!"
The IMAP program is used by schools and school districts to provide critical drug prevention education to students.
The IMAP program is used in the home by parents to bring drug education and awareness to their family.