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Adolescent Drug Education Class (ADEC)

ADEC is an 8-hour lecture class to educate participants about aspects of substance use and abuse. The class focuses on the effects that substance use has on the individual, society, family, education and employment. ADEC is for adolescents who do not show signs of abuse or dependence, but who do show signs of experimentation and are experiencing consequences. Referrals are often from correctional and educational agencies.


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