Town of Babylon Prevention Program

An evidence based approach to Prevention & Substance Abuse!

Through the use of highly trained professionals, students learn goal-setting, responsible decision making, emotion management, effective communication and bonding and relationship skills to lay the groundwork for a drug-free life!

Too Good for Drugs further expands on social emotional skill sets by giving students the opportunity to practice peer-pressure refusal strategies through role-plays and other interactive games.  Grade 3 establishes healthy norms for children, including getting enough rest, engaging in exercise, selecting nutritious foods, or being a good friend.

Grade 4 and 5 delve further into healthy choices by teaching the negative effects of alcohol, tobacco, and other drug use on the body and brain, emphasizing the benefits of leading a drug-free life.

Most importantly the program develops happy, health and confident children journeying into the Too Good way of life.

To learn more about the Prevention Program, please contact Emily Mullin, Prevention Coordinator, at or 631-782-6536.