Drug Abuse Prevention

B.U.I.L.D. (Broader Urban Involvement and Leadership Development)

For general operating support.

BUILD's prevention program promotes positive youth development by equipping youth with the life skills necessary to resist the lure of street gangs, violence and drugs. As these youth develop a steady support system and knowledge base, they are referred to BUILDing Futures to further prepare themselves for academic and career success.

IADDA (Illinois Alcoholism & Drug Dependence Association)

For the Cebrin Goodman Teen Institute (CGTI) and support of the 2010 IADDA Annual Conference.

IADDA represents more than 50 prevention, treatment and recovery organizations across the state. They work hard to educate the general public about the disease of addiction, sharing the message that addiction can be prevented, it can be treated and people can recover from it.

CGTI emphasizes positive peer influence and helps youth and adults join together to prevent alcohol and other drug use.

Lawrence Hall

For the Therapeutic Recreation program.

Lawrence Hall is a not-for-profit child welfare agency established to assist at-risk youth and their families through a seamless delivery of services designed to develop the self-worth, knowledge, and skills they need to lead independent and productive lives.

Northbrook Citizens for Drug and Alcohol Awareness

For support of their community-wide prevention newsletter.

NCDAA is a volunteer-run community nonprofit organization dedicated to the prevention of alcohol, tobacco and other drug use by our youth. NCDAA initiates, collaborates, organizes, facilitates, and coordinates family and community prevention efforts primarily within the Northbrook, IL community.

Operation Snowball, Inc.

For general operating support.

Operation Snowball acts as a prevention (not therapy) program for youth (and the not-so-young!) to offer a variety of resources on healthy lifestyles, leadership and communication skills, and an opportunity to meet other people in their communities who share the ideals of a drug-free life.

Partnership for a Drug Free America

For the Parent Resource Center on the Partnership website.

The Partnership at Drugfree.org is a drug abuse prevention, intervention, treatment and recovery resource, existing to help parents and caregivers effectively address alcohol and drug abuse with their teens and young adults.

R.Ed.I Arts and Education Foundation

For general operating support.

The R.Ed.I. Arts and Education Foundation’s prevention theater program, Stand up! Change Teen Statistics is a 50-minute program that engages the audience at a peer-to-peer level in a relevant format that will inspire young audiences and become a catalyst for positive change. This grant enables over 60 Chicago-area schools to see the program.

Robert Crown Center for Health Education

For the Cebrin Goodman Classroom and to create a curriculum that promotes drug and alcohol use prevention primarily among grade and middle school students.

Robert Crown Center for Health Education leads, educates, and motivates kids toward healthy, happy and safe lives. Their highly-qualified health educators have years of experience helping pre-schoolers through high school-aged youth understand how to make healthy choices about their bodies.

Prevention First

To create Prevention First's Youth and Volunteer Speaker's Bureau: a cadre of trained, motivated youth and adult speakers/advocates throughout the state of Illinois who will present information regarding a variety of substance abuse prevention topics to key target audiences.

Prevention First is dedicated to preventing teen alcohol and other drug use, and the many related issues that result from that abuse. They reach millions of teens, parents, educators and others in Illinois.

Umoja Student Development Corporation

For the creation of junior and senior Goodman Leadership Fellow staff positions, to support leadership programs at partner schools, and to establish an endowment that will fund the annual Goodman Family Leadership Retreat.

Chicago’s Umoja’s leadership programs are founded on the belief that leadership development begins with self-development. As students participate in Umoja’s programs they learn to take responsibility for their own actions, and they subsequently transition into becoming leaders in their communities.

Youth Guidance

For the Girls’s Life program—a program at three Chicago public schools for at-risk girls.

Youth Guidance creates and implements school-based programs that enable at-risk children to overcome obstacles, focus on their education and, ultimately, to succeed in school and in life.

33 Chicago area high schools

The Cebrin Goodman Center supports a wide variety of prevention activities, among them: alcohol education classes, student drug abuse prevention clubs, parent education programs, snowball, professional substance abuse counselors, and others.

Buffalo Grove
High School

Elmwood Park 
High School

Evanston Township 
High School

William Fremd 
High School

Glenbard East 
High School

Glenbard North
High School

Glenbard South
High School

Glenbard West 
High School

Glenbrook South
High School

Grayslake Central 
High School

Grayslake North 
High School

Hoffman Estates
High School

Lake Park East
High School

Lake Park West
High School

Libertyville
High School

Lisle Community
High School

Maine South
High School

Maine West
High School

Neuqua Valley
High School

Niles West
High School

Prospect
High School

Rolling Meadows
High School

Schaumburg
High School

Adlai E. Stevenson
High School

Vernon Hills
High School
ConantElk Grove

Forest View Alternative

Glenbrook NorthHersey

Maine East

Niles NorthPalatine

Wheeling