1305 W. Oswego Rd.
Naperville, IL 60540
1323 Bond St, Ste 119
Naperville, IL 60563
360 Youth Services implements the Too Good For Drugs (TGFD) evidence-based drug education curriculum. TGFD is a school-based program designed to reduce students’ intention to use alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs, while promoting prosocial attitudes, skills, and behaviors. The program seeks to build the self-confidence of students so they are better able to make healthy choices and achieve success. TGFD specifically emphasizes five social and emotional learning skills that have been shown to promote healthy development and academic success.
360 Youth Services Prevention staff implement the middle school curriculum. The curriculum is delivered for a minimum of two years, designed to build off the previous grade level, requiring students to develop skills and use these skills year after year. The lessons are delivered once a week and are highly interactive so students have the opportunity to participate, learn, and receive recognition for their participation. Each lesson promotes the opportunity for cooperative learning, role play, small group activity, games, class discussions, and skill-building exercises. The curriculum typically consists of ten forty minute lessons with an additional lesson on opioids:
For additional information please contact Youth Prevention Education Coordinator, Sarah Indlecoffer, at 630.961.2992 ext. 1125 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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$25 – Gas card for youth to get to school or work
$100 – Counselor coverage for a runaway youth
$250 – One Operation Snowball retreat scholarship
$500 – Two nights of emergency shelter and support for a youth in crisis
$1,000 – Eight hours of counseling support for teens and their families in need
$2,500 – Ten move-in baskets of necessities for youth entering our housing program
$5,000 – Four months of rent for two youth experiencing homelessness.