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  • Drug & Alcohol Program, Grades 7-12
  • Tobacco Program, Grades 5-12
  • Anger Management Program, Grades K-6
  • Anger Management Program, Grades 7-12  
  • Bullying Prevention Program


Trumbull Student Assistance Consortium’s Intervention & Prevention Programs are education programs in which students receive information, acquire skills, and create plans for personal behavior change.

These are not intended to be treatment or cessation programs. The staff does not assess or counsel students. The Intervention & Prevention Programs are designed to:

  • Provide students with accurate information regarding drugs, alcohol, tobacco, and anger management.
  • Provide students an opportunity to learn communication, listening, goal setting, decision-making, refusal and anger management skills.
  • Provide students the opportunity to discuss short and long term consequences to potentially dangerous decisions while reflecting upon their own decisions and actions.
  • Assist students in exploring alternatives to violence and drug use.
  • Provide an atmosphere conducive to discussing and creating opportunities for personal change.  

Format & Requirements

The program consists of six evening session, each 90 minutes in length. Each session uses group discussions and group projects to address program topics.

Parents and students are expected to actively participate in all sessions.

  • Any absence, including partial absence, from the program results in a recommendation that the school reinstate any discipline action held in abeyance while student was attending the program.
  • Tardiness and/or early departure will be considered an absence.
  • Individuals under the influence (or suspected of being under the influence) of drugs or alcohol will be asked to leave and considered absent.
  • The student must attend school during their involvement in the program. Any student absenteeism or tardiness during this time is considered an absence from the program.
  • The student may be required to meet with their school guidance counselor for program follow-up.  
  • Participants are expected to complete at-home assignments, which will take no more than 30 minutes to complete.
  • The home school’s code of conduct and consequences are in effect while participants are attending the program.


These programs are open to any Trumbull County public school student who: 

  • May benefit from program information.
  • Wants to learn and discuss issues related to the program topics.
  • Will be an active participant and become involved in group discussions and activities.

These are all student programs with the exception both K-6 Anger Management programs, which are student and parent programs. Some schools use these programs as an alternative to or in conjunction with school consequences when a school policy has been violated. These students must meet program requirements. Generally, students can only attend a program once. Repeating a program is at the discretion of the program coordinator.


The program is free to students from the following school districts: Bloomfield-Mespo, Bristol, Brookfield, Champion, Girard, Howland, Hubbard, Joseph Badger, LaBrae, Lakeview, Liberty, Lordstown, Maplewood, Mathews, McDonald, Newton Falls, Southington and Weathersfield.

Students from Warren City and Niles City school districts must pay a fee of $75.00 per student. Checks may be made payable to Trumbull County Educational Service Center.  

Registration, Location & Dates

Classes are held at the Trumbull County ESC in Niles Ohio.

The program consists of four sessions and is conducted approximately once each month. Exact times and dates are provided at the time of registration.

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Contact Information
Denise Holloway
TSAC Program Coordinator
Phone: 330-505-2800 ext. 182
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6000 Youngstown Warren Rd.  Niles, OH  44446-4603
Phone: 330.505.2800  Fax: 330.505.2814
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