how access health can help schools

Walk to School

In addition to providing assistance with creation and implementation of wellness, tobacco, and substance-use policies, Access Health can assist schools with providing mini-grants, materials, and integrating the following programs into your curriculum.

Specialized Resources For Educational Professionals

Intensive, hands-on educational sessions that focus on health and wellness. Trainings can include identification of drug or alcohol impairment, the impact of alcohol consumption and drug use on athletic performance, and physical activity/nutrition awareness. Trainings can be customized and offered in partnership with local law enforcement and other organizations. For more information contact Jennah Godo at (207) 373-6970.

Lets Go! 5-2-1-0

A program that provides participating schools with a toolkit, online resources, and technical assistance to help guide them in successfully supporting increased physical activity and healthy eating for children and youth. Contact Melissa Fochesato at (207) 373-6957 for more information.

Student Intervention & Reintegration Program (SIRP)

A free, 12-hour education program for high school students at risk for alcohol, and drug abuse. SIRP focuses on prevention and addresses common beliefs and attitudes around substance use. Download the SIRP Program Overview.