Project HELP of the Educational Alliance
Addiction Prevention Education Services
Project HELP of the Educational Alliance
ADDICTION PREVENTION SERVICES
Project HELP of the Educational Alliance is a non-profit substance abuse prevention program dedicated to improving the well-being of the lower Manhattan community. Project HELP offers FREE high quality educational workshops, evidence-based curriculums, and printed brochures, newsletters, and flyers to schools, community groups, residential facilities, and more.
Project HELP is a non-profit community-based addiction prevention program whose mission is to participate in and help build our community by preventing substance use and addiction. Alcohol and drug use, smoking, gambling, and other unhealthy addictive behaviors have a tremendous negative impact on everyone in the community affecting rich and poor, young and old, and reaching across all racial, ethnic, social, and religious groups. We believe that mental and physical well-being is the key to preventing all forms of addiction and thus we take a holistic approach, educating the community about the root causes of addiction while at the same time teaching and promoting positive, healthy coping strategies. We are committed to collaborating and partnering with organizations and groups throughout lower Manhattan. Whether educating children and teens, parents, service providers, or older adults, we strive to impart useful, practical information that will help the members of our community live better, healthier lives.
WHO WE ARE
Project HELP is a non-profit substance abuse prevention program licensed by the New York State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services (OASAS). We are a non-religious grant-funded organization and thus are able to provide all of our services and programs free of charge to our partners. We pride ourselves on providing high quality educational workshops, newsletters, printed materials, and much more all related to the issues of addiction and substance use/abuse.
We are one of the many programs of the Educational Alliance (www.edalliance.org), serving as the Alliance's official addiction prevention education program. We strategically interface with many Alliance programs and sites to serve our community.
For over 15 years, Project HELP has provided addiction prevention education to the residents of lower Manhattan. We are deeply invested and involved in our community, collaborating and partnering with local schools, community centers, senior centers, faith groups, and adult residential facilities to educate and raise awareness.
We are proud to have the Metlife Foundation, the UJA Federation, and the Lucius N. Littauer Foundation as our loyal supporters.
WHAT WE DO
Project HELP offers prevention programs and educational printed materials to individuals, organizations, schools, and residential centers across lower Manhattan. We offer workshops, evidence-based curriculums, newsletters, brochures, and much more to small and large groups in our community. Sites where we have provided our programs in the past include the Urban Assembly Academy of Government & Law, the Lower Manhattan Arts Academy, the Educational Alliance Pride Sites 1 and 2, Manhattan Community Boards 2 and 3, and many others.
Project HELP offers both single and multi-session workshops for kids, teens, parents, and older adults on a variety of topics related to substance use, addiction, and positive coping strategies. All of our workshops are provided FREE of charge and on-site to your organization.
For kids, teens, and parents Project HELP offers evidence-based curriculums, carefully chosen for their effectiveness. All curriculums come complete with pre- and post-testing and validation. All curriculums are offered entirely FREE of charge.
Project HELP offers a wide selection of printed materials on dozens of subjects and in multiple languages. For older adults, we offer a number of brochures and flyers on age-related topics like memory, depression, anxiety, insomnia, and more. For parents, Project HELP offers newsletters and brochures on topics ranging from teen depression to gambling to risk and protective factors. All printed materials are offered FREE of charge.
Phone: (646) 395-4458
Address: East 10th Street, New York, NY 10009.
Project HELP is open weekdays from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Visits to our office are by appointment only; please call the number below if you wish to schedule a visit. All educational workshops and programs are provided directly to our partners at their sites.