Implementation Training

Available Training's:


  • Building Assets, Reducing Risks
  • Olweus Bullying Prevention Program


  • Safe Dates
  • Too Good for Drugs
  • Project Northland & Class Action
  • Model Smoking Prevention Program


  • Marijuana Brief Intervention
  • Teen Intervene
  • Exploring Trauma
  • Healing Trauma


  • Living in Balance
  • The Matrix Model
  • Twelve Step Facilitation
  • Co-occurring Disorders Program
  • Severe Mental Disorders Program
    (IDDT & IMR)
  • Beyond Trauma
  • CANDIS Marijuana Treatment


  • A New Direction
  • The Matrix Model for Criminal Justice
  • Responsible Decisions DUI Program

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Product implementation training

Project Northland - Class Action

Help prevention specialists maintain program fidelity and optimize student experience with
this research-based program. Training is scheduled regionally on an as-needed basis, or can be scheduled and customized to fit the needs of your major program installation.

Product Implementation Training for Class Action curriculum.

Who should attend

  • Classroom teachers
  • Counselors
  • Community resource people
  • Prevention specialists

Participants will be able to

  • understand how this evidence-based program was implemented by the University of Minnesota
  • demonstrate how to introduce this material and work with small groups of students planning their presentations
  • conduct an actual case example
  • explore additional ways to involve community members who litigate incidents involving youth and alcohol
  • identify how to involve parents and the community


  • 8:00 Registration
  • 8:30 Welcome and introductions
            • Agenda
            • Expectations 
            • Getting acquainted
  • 9:15 Project Northland in context
            • Slick Tracy
            • Amazing Alternatives!
            • PowerLines
            • Supercharged!
            • The Problem
  • 10:00 Break
  • 10:15 Class Action program overview
                A comprehensive approach
  • 10:45 Planning a case presentation
  • 12:00 Lunch
  • 12:45 Presenting your case
  • 2:15   Break
  • 2:30   Reviewing the Teacher's Manual
  • 3:00   Strategies and options for implementation
  • 3:30   Closing/Evaluation

For training, consultation and technical assistance please contact Hazelden Publishing at or call 800-328-9000.