Project

Incredible Alternatives Program

Incredible Alternatives Program

Principal Investigator: Kryah, Rachel
Funder: St. Louis County Children’s Services Fund
Official Title: Incredible Alternatives Program

The MIMH has partnered with Great Circle to evaluate Incredible Alternatives, an adapted version of Project Northland, an evidence-based alcohol prevention program that aims to delay or prevent the onset of underage drinking among students. The MIMH will conduct formative, process and outcome evaluation and data, and will provide preliminary evidence of the feasibility and utility of implementing Incredible Alternatives within grades 3 and 4 in the Ferguson-Florissant School District in St. Louis County. This project has been funded by the St. Louis County Children’s Services Fund.

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