Pamphlets Developed by DACOA for ages 12-17. This curriculum includes alcohol awareness, chemical identification, peer pressure, media influence, decision making, boundaries, dealing with anger, and goal setting. This curriculum is for children ages 5-11. It includes understanding and coping with chemical dependency in the family. Positive and negative behavior, feelings, self-image, decision making, and resiliency. A personal growth program created by DACOA for incarcerated individuals. This program addresses past and future behavior, dealing with anger, positive decisions, choices/consequences, anger/forgiveness, and responsibility working with authority figures. A curriculum created by DACOA for ages 3-6. Designed to address feelings and issues which arise in families where substance abuse is evident. This program offers the opportunity for children to talk openly about their feelings in a safe supportive environment. The children address the 4 C’s. I didn’t Cause it. I can’t Control it. I can’t Cure it. I Can talk about my feelings. To provide an awareness and understanding of the relationship between alcohol consumption, anger and the law. To encourage healthy attitudes and behavior practices. To foster acceptable anger management and awareness practices to achieve healthy, happy and jail-free lives. Developed to help parents struggling with self-control. The program provides information and skills to reduce family stress and encourage healthy attitudes that foster family unity and cooperation. Created by DACOA to address Fetal Alchohol Syndrome (FAS) and the danger of alcohol consumption during pregnancy. Designed for both females and males to learn the effects of alcohol on the unborn child. Crafted by DACOA to help socialize children, this curriculum has been developed to encourage appropriate behavior, positive interacting with others, self-control, and good listening and language skills. Citizenship, sports manners, and good decisions regarding use of drugs and alcohol are addressed.