Leadership & Resiliency Program©™
Important Notice Regarding the Leadership & Resiliency Program
Effective March 31, 2015 the Leadership & Resiliency Program will no longer be available for purchase but will be offered in the public domain. Anyone holding a current license will have access to technical assistance through the end of the license term and as outlined in the training agreement.
Independent LRP Trainers are available for consultation. Please contact us for additional information.
Please note the following:
- Leadership & Resiliency Program information is being made available for use free of charge only for educational uses
- Fairfax County disclaims any and all liability associated with the use(s) of these materials. Fairfax County makes no warranties, express or implied, regarding the use of these materials.
- Fairfax County does not waive its sovereign immunity in connection with the publication and use of these materials.
About the Leadership & Resiliency Program
This Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) Model program has been replicated by dozens of localities across the USA and in Canada.
The Fairfax Leadership and Resiliency Program©™ (LRP) is an intensive substance use prevention program designed to serve adolescents currently enrolled in mainstream or alternative high school settings. The long range goals for program participants include reduced/eliminated substance use, high school graduation, reduced/eliminated juvenile delinquency, post high school employment or enrollment in college, increased resiliency in at least two life domains and attitudes that view substance use as undesirable and unhealthy. Intermediate objectives include reduced school behavioral incidents, increased attendance, increased grade point averages and increased school and community bonding.
LRP uses social psychology and behavioral interventions to address cognitive dissonance and to support the process of attitudinal formation. Adolescent participants serve as role models for elementary aged youth in a variety of settings, teaching the younger children about the harmful effects of substance abuse. LRP components and activities are developmentally appropriate and created specifically for the target population, and seek to reduce risk factors. A guiding tenet in the LRP is that youth who are taught to be successful in adolescence will continue to seek out a success-based orientation to life as an adult.
- Program Overview – Learn more about the program goals and objectives, research/evaluation Design and Outcomes Achieved
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Logic Model – Lean more about the theory, strategies and outcomes of the Leadership and Resiliency Program
- Fidelity Checklist
- Program Manual
- Training Workshop Manual
- Training Workshop Presentation
- Program forms including pre- and post-surveys
- Evaluation of LRP
- Recognition and Citations
- Sample Budget for Replication – Use this as a guide to plan your budget
For more info about this SAMHSA model program, visit SAMHSA's National Registry of Evidence-based Programs and Practices.
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