Free Online Presentations and Podcasts for Teens and Adults
Phoenix House California’s Prevention Team and Youth Opioid Response Team are two teams focused on the youth who are working together to provide online education, resources, and information that are free and at your fingertips.
These presentations inform and educate about topics related to preventing drug use, understanding risks of drug use, healthy coping skills, and supporting those in recovery. These are a great resource for parents, guardians, and anyone else who wants to be informed about current drug trends and learn ways to boost prevention and support recovery. They can be accessed anywhere with internet.
Presentations are held live on Zoom most Thursdays from 3pm-4pm in English and from 4pm-5pm in Spanish. If you have questions during the presentations, you can type them in the chat feature for a response from the team. If you aren’t able to catch them live or want to check out their past presentations, they can be viewed by clicking here.
Scanning this QR code will take you to the Thursday Zoom calls when they’re live:
Daily Dose Podcast
The Youth Opioid Response Team (YOR) has started a podcast called Daily Dose to spread awareness of opioid addiction and recovery. These podcasts are available on YouTube, and you can find the episodes by clicking here and looking for the videos with “Daily Dose” in the title.
To stay updated on presentations and activities led by the Prevention Team and the Youth Opioid Response Team, follow them on Instagram: @phoenixhouseca_prevention.
For more information about how to get the Prevention Team or Youth Opioid Response Team to provide a program within a school please call (818) 686-3100 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Since 1979, Phoenix House California has been a leader in helping thousands of young people, women, and men to overcome substance and alcohol abuse to live extraordinary lives in recovery. We provide a wide range of services, including residential and outpatient treatment, continuing care, recovery support, school-based prevention and mental health services. Annually, over 37,000 individuals, including family members, parents, teachers, & students receive life-changing services in California.