For Teachers

If you are a teacher, youth group leader or parent, we’ve developed a set of lesson plans for you to use with your students and teens. The materials in this online lesson are designed to provide teens with facts and engage them in critical thinking about how drugs affect their lives, behavior and different parts of the body. Each lesson plan includes a clear objective with the ability to enable quizzes for when the lesson has been completed. You can assign multiple lessons and can track completion, so you can use if for different classes and or groups.

By completing our online lessons, students will understand how specific drugs can affect the brain and body, possibly causing lasting physical or mental problems, including addiction. They will also learn how an individual’s drug abuse can affect friends and family and have a lasting effect on their future.

Get started in 3 easy steps:

  1. Sign Up and Create a Lesson Plan

    Click the sign-up button and it will prompt you to register your information. You can then create a lesson plan.

  2. Add Available Lessons to Plan

    You can choose from any of the available lesson plans we have listed and add those to your lesson plan you completed in the first step. There is no limit as to how many you can choose.

  3. Generate Lesson Plan Link

    Once you have added lessons to your current lesson plan, it will then generate a link. You can distribute that link to students and teens for assignments.

Current Lessons

Upcoming Lessons

  • Conflict Resolution
  • Decision Making
  • Depressants
  • Eating Healthy and Exercising
  • Feelings
  • Gambling
  • General Drug Info
  • Grief
  • Hallucinogens
  • Self Esteem
  • Steroids
  • Stimulants
  • Stress
  • Success

THESE LESSONS ARE 100% FREE!

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Upcoming Lessons

Every month, we will release one of the lessons below and make them available for teachers/parents to use free of charge.
Do you have an idea for a topic? We would love to get your feedback and ideas!

  • Conflict Resolution
    Is how we as individuals or groups handle a conflict or find an amicable solution to a disagreement.
  • Decision Making
    Is the cognitive thought process resulting in the act of choosing between two or more courses of action that can result in several possible diverse endings.
  • Depressants
    Are drugs that are used as sedatives, seizure prevention, mental illness treatment and sleeping aids. These work by slowing down or depressing certain brain activity.
  • Eating Healthy and Exercising
    Eating a well-balanced diet and regular exercise contributes to overall good health and higher feeling of self-esteem. This is also helpful to fuel your daily activities and prevent chronic conditions.
  • Feelings
    A feeling is an experience of emotion. It’s our feelings that determine whether we are happy or sad, content or frustrated.
  • Gambling
    Gambling is the wagering of money or something of value on an event with an uncertain outcome. The primary intent of gambling is winning money or material goods.
  • General Drug Info
    A drug is a chemical substance that changes how the body and or mind works. Legal drugs can help fight disease, maintain health, prevent disease and relieve pain. Illegal drugs are dangerous and can have negative physical and mood-altering effects.
  • Grief
    Is a response to loss. Grief can cause an emotional response as well as physical, cognitive, behavioral, social, cultural, spiritual effects.
  • Hallucinogens
    Are mind altering, psychoactive drugs which can cause hallucinations, emotional abnormalities, and other substantial subjective changes in thoughts, emotion, and consciousness. These drugs greatly affect the central nervous system.
  • Self Esteem
    Is an individual's overall emotional evaluation of their own self-worth. Self-esteem also encompasses beliefs about oneself as well as emotional states.
  • Steroids
    Are powerful chemical compounds that are either natural or manmade to enhance physical performance or to alter one’s physical appearance.
  • Stimulants
    Are a natural or synthetic substance that raises levels of physiological or nervous activity in the body and greatly effects the central nervous system. They also temporarily increase alertness and energy.
  • Stress
    Is a state of mental or emotional strain or tension resulting from adverse or very demanding circumstances and or change. It can also lead to various responses to the body or mind.
  • Success
    Is the accomplishment or achievement of desired visions or planned goals that reach a certain desired aim or purpose.