Hawaii Pacific Center for Excellence


FASD Action Group Presentations

Hawaii’s FASD Action Group is available to present information on Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD), and discuss how programs, providers, educators, and employers might work with individuals who are living with FASD. Typically, 1 ½ - 2 hours is adequate to complete our presentation, and include time for questions from the audience. We are able to tailor the presentation to fit the education time and needs for your group. Contact Gigi Davidson for presentations to your community: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)  Click here for Speakers_Bureau_flyer.pdf

Underage Drinking Prevention

A 30-60 minute presentation designed to help parents (or those who work with youth) understand and become more aware of issues surrounding underage drinking locally and nationally. It focuses on factors that influence underage drinking such as attitudes of parents, peers, and communities; peer pressure; availability; and media messages.  It also addresses alcohol and brain development, effects of alcohol on the body, and laws pertaining to underage drinking.  Finally, the presentation discusses actions adults and parents can take to address underage drinking.

Drug Facts & Awareness

A 30-60 minute presentation for parents, youth, educators, prevention specialists, and communities who want to learn about the signs, symptoms, and effects of different drugs such as narcotics, stimulants, cannabis, hallucinogens, and others. The process of addiction is also discussed.  This presentation can be modified to fit any organization, school, or agency’s needs.

For more information on training, presentations, technical assistance, and fees, please contact:

Hawaii Prevention Resource Center
Coalition for a Drug-Free Hawaii
1130 N. Nimitz Hwy., Suite A259
Honolulu, Hawaii 96817
T: (808) 545-3228 x 34
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