Student Intervention and Reintegration Program (SIRP) is a 12-hour educational based program for youth experimenting with alcohol or other drugs. The program empowers youth to make healthy decisions and reduce risk. It provides evidence-based information to youth about the risks of use, and helps them weigh—for themselves—the advantages and disadvantages of continuing to use. Most important, it helps participants plan for and commit to changes in their behavior. The program is a conversation, not a lecture and is offered in small groups (2-12 people). Each class is taught by a nationally certified PRIME for Life instructor and a community champion conducts an informational meeting with parents and follows up with families to encourage success.