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Assemblies For Students

Lead students to long-term healthy living.

1 Your Role
I want to learn about treatment options for:

2 Basic Information
The Person is:
years old

graduated high school

3 Condition Information
Caron Treatment Centers accepts patients aged 13 years or older. For more information on services available to those 12 and under, please learn more about Caron's Student Assistance Program.

Caron SAP offers a variety of assemblies that foster vital skills and equip students to make positive choices amidst the pressures of growing up. All programming is engaging, effective, and adaptable.

Cliff Crosby’s "Your Actions Create Your Tomorrow"

In this large group presentation, Clifton “Cliff” Crosby—the charismatic, accomplished, and yet sincerely modest former Super Bowl Champion—shares his inspirational story of how difficult choices, faith, and hard work helped him avoid the pitfalls of growing up amidst extremely trying family circumstances. Cliff's talk includes motivational messaging that covers four main points:

  • Set goals and act on them
  • Be where you're supposed to be
  • Get involved
  • Recognize when you need help, and ask for it

Contact us to learn more about hosting Cliff or call 800-678-2332 ext. 6117.

Brain Drain

Available in both classroom and small group assembly formats, this highly interactive, 45 to 60 minute presentation provides current, research-based information on various aspects of drug abuse and addiction. During the presentation, participants learn about neurobiology—the brain’s parts, how they work, and how they communicate with the rest of the body—and how drugs of abuse affect it. By the end of the program, participants have a better understanding of the science behind drugs, and understand that they cause side effects ranging from mild symptoms to addiction.

Material is suitable for fifth through twelfth grades and emphasizes that adolescent brains are more susceptible to negative effects.

To learn more, call 800-678-2332 ext. 6117 or use this contact form.