Pathways2Life conducted a recent survey among 9th – 12th grade students in a Fulton County, Georgia High School. Twenty-five percent (25%) of students said they were struggling with some type of substance addiction. The substances included alcohol, marijuana, opioids, and even heroin and meth. P2L is committed to PREVENT addiction before it happens in this next generation. P2L educates students on the risks associated with early use. By being in the schools, P2L has the unique opportunity to engage students and help them identify risks associated with early use, make wise choices and live purposefully.There is a transition zone that exists between the ages of 13-20 where students are in the most danger for developing high-risk behavioral patterns. This presents an opportunity for Pathways2Life to engage students and help them to identify risks, choose wisely and live purposefully during those years which are traditionally middle and high school.
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