Project Success

Project SUCCESS (Schools Using Coordinated Community Efforts to Strengthen Schools)

A Mentoring Program for Resiliency Development

Project SUCCESS offers supportive services to secondary students most in danger of failure in school or other high risk behaviors. By involving students in program services on a regular basis, mentoring relationships develop that can motivate students to achieve personal goals. Project SUCCESS prevents and reduces substance abuse among high-risk, multi-problem high school adolescents aged 14-18 through education, skills training, and information dissemination including normative and preventive education, mentoring and skills training, problem identification and referral, community based processes, and environmental approaches. The program achieves its results by placing highly qualified and trained individuals to work within the school setting to compliment the SAP team.

Project SUCCESS is a fee-for-service program. Contact the CHC office to discuss options for how your school can participate in this program.


  • To create successful experiences between students and adults that lead to productive lives following graduation from high school.

  • To teach skills for handling conflict, decision making, and stressful life events.

  • To support community and school services that may already be in place for the family, or to refer the student to appropriate services when necessary.

  • To promote responsible living and positive contributions to our school and community.


  • Individual meetings with Project SUCCESS advisors as needed ~ Daily, Weekly, or Monthly: plan goals, identify obstacles, boost self-esteem, and plan ways to achieve success.

  • Group sessions to practice life skills: communication, problem solving, assertiveness, conflict management, stress management.

  • Liaison services to include involved professionals and family members concerned for the well being of the student.

  • Exploration of positive ways to spend free time and have fun, develop new friends, new interests, and cooperative attitudes.