Speak Out

Youth can make a difference by talking to and training other youth about substance abuse prevention topics — myths and facts about drugs, how to refuse drugs and alcohol, and the warning signs of substance abuse. High school students are encouraged to apply to become a peer educator in the Speak Out program. Peer educators will be trained by prevention professionals and be asked to present the information to other students during the school year. If you’d like to participate or know someone who would, click on the link below to download the application packet and email it to education@jtnn.org.


Hear why former members of our Speak Out youth program loved participating!