- Alternative School
- Community Learning Centers of WCESC
- Gifted Education
- Juvenile Detention Center (J.D.C.)
- Juvenile Residential Center (J.R.C.)
- Opportunity School
- Prevention Education
- Special Education
- Youth Empowerment Project
News - The 2016 ADAMHS Youth Survey results have been released. Please click here to view the report. If you have any questions, please contact Kyle Clark at (419) 354-9010, or e-mail Bill Ivoska, who assembled the report at billivoska@gmail.
Attorney General Mike DeWine's drug prevention program task force created a list of recommendations for effective prevention programs. See how our program matches up to the recommendations.
Wood County Educational Service Center
Prevention Education Program
BRIDGING SCHOOLS AND COMMUNITIES IN PREVENTION EFFORTS TO NURTURE THE LEADERS OF TOMORROW
The Wood County Educational Service Center’s Prevention Education Program implements research-based curriculum to 9 school districts in Wood County, as well as working in and with communities to reduce drug and alcohol use, as well as to prevent bullying and relationship violence, and improve classroom behavior.
The majority of our funding comes from the Wood County Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services (ADAMHS) Board. Without their tax-funded support, students would be negatively effected by a reduction in prevention services. This Nov. 4, the ADAMHS Board has a 1.6 mill renewal levy on the ballot. Please remember to vote!
The ATOD program is funded through several local, state and federal grants, which allow us to offer a wide array of services to the youth of Wood County. Our current grants include: