New York families will soon have more access to evidence-based programs that prevent substance abuse among middle school students and their families.
The PROSPER partnerships - which stands for PROmoting School-community-university Partnerships to Enhance Resilience - are a model for implementing substance abuse prevention programming based on real evidence. The program links Cooperative Extension, public schools, and local communities to choose proven programs that serve the needs of individual communities.
Last month, New York was chosen as one of five states in that will continue the process of forming a PROSPER Partnership, with Cornell serving as the university partner. Read more