Awareness, Mentorship, and Education (GAME) program operates
under the very important premise that youth gang participation is preventable
and correctable. To that end, GAME provides several important gang or awareness
The Parent Power presentation teaches parents how to keep their children away
from destructive behaviors and how to develop strong and positive relationships
with their children while implementing effective and healthy discipline
Gang Awareness and Prevention presentation teaches parents why youth get involved
with gangs, gang membership warning signs, and what parents need to know and do
to keep their children away from gangs and illegal drugs.
Gang Awareness and Prevention presentation for youth teaches junior high and
high school students about the realities of gang life and the severe legal
penalties associated with gang-related criminal prosecutions. During this
presentation, the youth hear from former hardcore gang members that candidly
and vividly relate why youth should stay clear from gang and prison life.
Gang Awareness and Prevention presentation for educators is delivered to school
staff and administrators and touches on a variety of gang-related topics such
as gang territories, signs, clothing, paraphernalia, recent trends, and safety
Drug Awareness Presentation for Youth teaches students about the harmful
consequences of illegal narcotics and prescription drug abuse. During this
presentation, former drug abusers share their harrowing personal stories of
addiction to discourage youth from the ravaging effects of substance abuse. A
similar presentation is also available for parents.
CPU also provides free countywide Youth Empowerment and Safety (YES)
presentations that directly impact youth safety and that cover a vast array of
critical topics such as:
Bullying/Cyberbullying, Human Trafficking, Internet Safety, Juveniles
and the Law, Hate Crimes, Domestic Violence/Healthy Relationships, and the
Power of Education.
For more information about the GAME program or YES
presentations, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.