Educating young people about the risks and realities of drug and alcohol use FCD Prevention Works™, part of the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation, is the leading international nonprofit provider of school-based substance abuse prevention services. FCD prevention specialists work across the country and around the world to inform and empower students, parents and school communities to make healthy choices about alcohol, tobacco and other drug use. Our services include: Student prevention programs FCD's research-based Intensive Student Education curricula are richly interactive, as are the many customizable programs that spring from these curricula, such as stand-alone workshops and assemblies. Programs combine up-to-date information with real-life experiences. Teaching methods include presentations, discussion, multi-media, role-play and exercises. Adult engagement and education FCD provides a wide array of professional development programs and services. From on-campus meetings, ongoing webinar series, printed resources and manuals to multi-day pre-conference and training institutes, all are available for adults active in school and community life. Surveys and assessments Developed in partnership with leaders in research design and the social norms approach to prevention, the FCD Student Attitudes and Behavior Survey is a 50-question instrument built to scientifically measure students' actual attitudes and behavior with regard to alcohol and other drugs, as well as their perceptions of the behavior and attitudes of their schoolmates. Available in a paper-based or online format, the FCD survey has been administered in hundreds of school communities and with over 50,000 students in the United States and internationally. Community prevention services FCD trains schools and communities to develop non-disciplinary intervention processes, balanced with clear and consistent disciplinary responses. We provide step-by-step guidance toward the development, implementation and evaluation of an early intervention health system (EIHS), in many schools guided by an early intervention team (EIT) for dealing with student substance use concerns.