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PREVENTION OF DRUG ABUSE – LIFE SAVING SKILLS AND DEVELOPING POSITIVE HEALTH BEHAVIOR

Drug abuse is an ongoing problem in many communities, creeping into the lives of all people of all ages and from all walks of life.

 

PREVENTION OF DRUG ABUSE

Life – saving skills and developing positive health behavior are program designed to provide the education and support necessary by diminish drug dependency in community, school and workplace. Preventing drug abuse is a responsibility shared by each member of society.

 

HEALTH PROMOTION BEHAVIOURS CONDUCIVE TO PHYSICAL, MENTAL AND SOCIAL WELL BEING

  1. Regular exercise
  2. Sports
  3. Constructive play
  4. Cordial relationships with others
  5. Avoidance of harmful drugs
  6. Carefully choose of what to eat and friends make

 

DRUG CONTROL AGENCIES

Organizations concerned with physical, mental and social well – being of youths in the community –

Government Organization

  1. Welfare Centres
  2. Youths and Development
  3. Federal Ministry of Education
  4. National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC)
  5. National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA)

 

Non – Governmental Organization

  1. Boys scout
  2. Girls guide
  3. Boys and girls bridge
  4. Religious body

Strategies and activities

Step1: Teacher revises the previous topic

Step2: Teacher introduces the new topic

Step 3: Teacher explains the new topic

Step4: Teacher welcomes pupils’ questions

Step 5: Teacher evaluates the pupils

 

Evaluation and Assignmen

  1. Describe three behaviours which are conducive to physical, mental and social well – being.
  2. List five governmental and non – governmental organizations concerned with physical, mental and social well – being of youths in the community

See also

IDENTIFICATION OF ABUSERS

SOURCES OF DRUG SUPPLY

MODE OF DRUGS AND CONSEQUENCES

NATURE OF DRUG ABUSE AND ITS EFFECTS

Benefits of Safety Rules

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