Family Education and Support
With all the stressors in today’s world, families often need additional support and guidance. EPIC offers programs designed to support families and to provide information and knowledge to aid them in maneuvering through challenging times. Programs include:
A program designed for those adolescents who are experimenting with alcohol and other drugs and who need to learn the legal, social and personal implications of their drug-using behavior. Students learn skills for coping with problems that lead to substance abuse and tools for refusing and abstaining from further substance abuse.
For families referred for the illegal use of drugs or alcohol. Family skills training program found to significantly reduce problem behaviors, delinquency, and alcohol and drug abuse in children and to improve social competencies and school performance. Please inquire if interested in learning more about this program.
BASICS is an evidence based program available to St. Johns County college students both at EPIC’s North Campus as well as at an office on the St. Johns River State College campus. Email email@example.com for an appointment or visit www/basicssjr.org for more information.
Prevention education for parents and professionals. Provides tools for parents/educators/professionals by educating on teenage substance abuse signs, culture and behavior. Also available are alcohol and binge drinking education awareness for college age groups.
As a best practice, EPIC has historically incorporated wellness into programs in order to have the best outcomes for clients. EPIC has been focusing on formalizing its commitment to overall wellness for clients using SAMHSA’s (Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration) 8 Dimensions of Wellness as a guideline.
EPIC is committed to a person-centered practice approach that places our clients at the center of their own care resulting in a positive difference in health outcomes and client satisfaction.
Accommodations are available for persons who are disabled or deaf/hearing-impaired.
For assistance, call 904-829-2273, x7016.