Knowing When Enough is Enough: A resource about alcohol use and abuse for youth with low-English literacy – Facilitator's Guide (2010)

This facilitator’s guide is part of Knowing When Enough is Enough, a resource prepared by the Calgary-based Vocational and Rehabilitation Research Institute (VRRI), an agency that helps people with disabilities as well as the community at large.

In addition to the facilitator’s guide, the resource includes a comic and fact sheets, written in plain language, for the participants.

The facilitator’s guide includes information on alcohol, including what constitutes a standard drink, and suggestions for leading discussions about peer pressure, coping and refusal skills, and social consequences.

The resource includes instructions and materials for group learning activities, like the cookie exercise, which helps young people learn strategies for dealing with peer pressure.

The authors note that the program can be used in a classroom, a small group, or one on one.

VRRI is now called Vecova Centre for Disability Services and Research (Vecova): http://vecova.ca/.

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2012-01-27
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Vocational and Rehabilitation Research Institute (VRRI). Knowing When Enough is Enough: A resource about alcohol use and abuse for youth with low-English literacy – Facilitator's Guide 2010. Web. 26 Nov. 2020 <http://en.copian.ca/library/learning/vrri/enough_is_enough/enough_is_enough.pdf>
Vocational and Rehabilitation Research Institute (VRRI) (2010). Knowing When Enough is Enough: A resource about alcohol use and abuse for youth with low-English literacy – Facilitator's Guide. Retrieved November 26, 2020, from http://en.copian.ca/library/learning/vrri/enough_is_enough/enough_is_enough.pdf
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