What We Do

As educators, we recognize that the growing years are a critical time for becoming an active participant in the world, acquiring social skills, establishing values, developing interests and passions, and learning to cope with the depth and breadth of one’s emotions. Young people who depend on addictive and/or harmful substances to relieve boredom, have fun, reduce anxiety or deal with feelings may never develop these capabilities on their own. At FCD, we are committed to educating young people about the risks and realities of alcohol, tobacco and other drug use. With our vast experience, we are confident that we can provide the next generation with the knowledge, nurturance and social skills they need to become healthy, responsible adults.