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Take Action: 1-3

Take Action: 1-3

Using a Healthy Schools approach, Take Action is a FREE, downloadable resource that supports educators and engages school communities in teaching safety awareness regarding medicines and harmful substances and provides information about tobacco, alcohol and substance use through integration of health and physical education expectations.

Take Action Grades 1-3 provides information about tobacco, alcohol and substance use and abuse prevention and teaches safety awareness regarding medicines and harmful substances.

This free resource is available in English and French.

This resource is available as a free download. To receive the link, please add this resource to your order and then check out. You will then be provided with a link to this resource.

Please Note: Take Action will continue to be available throughout the 2012/2013 school year. However, due to the fact that this resource has not been updated to align with the revised H&PE curriculum, individuals using this program should adapt content to align with current expectations.

For more current information in relation to substance use, mental health and related topic areas, please refer to the following Ophea resources:

H&PE Curriculum Resources(hpe.ophea.net)

The Ophea H&PE Curriculum resources are now available online to educators in partnering school boards and health units in both French and English through a password-protected site at: http://hpe.ophea.net

For schools and health units not subscribed to these resources, please contact curriculum@ophea.net more information on how to gain access.

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Take Action Secondary

For more information please contact takeaction@ophea.net

Take Action was funded by the Government of Ontario.
Take Action in Secondary Schools was made possible by a financial contribution from Health Canada.
Partner: The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH)

Grade Range: K - 3 Primary
Product Type: Document
Program Name: Take Action