Student Intervention and Reintegration Program

The Student Intervention and Reintegration Program (SIRP) is an evidence-based program for Maine teens, ages 13 – 18, who may be experimenting with alcohol and other drugs, making questionable decisions, or engaging in risky behavior. The program empowers teens to make healthy decisions and reduce risk, all without judgment or shame.
This 12-hour educational program is a conversation, not a lecture, and is offered in small groups at many Maine high schools. Each class is taught by a nationally certified instructor. SIRP is one small step in the right direction, and, for many teens, will be the biggest step of their lives. The class provides teens with facts and teaches them to assess risks and make better, more informed choices in their lives.
To learn more about the program, visit the SIRP website here: https://sirpmaine.com/

Student Intervention & Reintegration Program

The SIRP program is provided free by Casco Bay CAN. The next class is September 28th and September 29th, please contact cascobaycansirp@gmail.com for additional information to to register!

Student Intervention and Reintegration Program (SIRP) this weekend!

Spots are filling quickly, reserve a spot today! The next Student Intervention and Reintegration Program (SIRP) session is Saturday the 11th and Sunday the 12th from 9a-3:00p. Free and lunch is provided!

 

Educational, Risk-Reduction Program April 29 and 30

Have a child or know a student or youth that experiences with tobacco, alcohol or drugs, and who may not qualify for treatment? Casco Bay CAN provides a Student Intervention and Reintegration Program  which is an educational, risk-reduction program for high school aged youth.

Learn more here: SIRP Program Overview Casco Bay CAN

What is SIRP? How Does it Benefit 13-18 Year Olds?

SIRP- Student Intervention and Reintegration 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).

If you would like to refer a youth between the ages of 13-18 years old, visit the Casco Bay CAN website here to find out about this free drug & alcohol education class. The first session is being held this Saturday and Sunday March 4 & 5 at Pineland Farms in New Gloucester!  You can also call (207) 522-1414 for more information.