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Substance Abuse & Prevention

Tobacco Use Prevention Education (TUPE) Program

Dr. DeNoble

SVUSD is the recipient of the Tobacco Use Prevention Education grant, which provides funding to educate youth on the dangers of alcohol, marijuana, substance abuse, and nicotine - including Vaping and Electronic Cigarettes. 

SVUSD Prevention Programs

Parent Night "Vaping & Youth"

California Healthy Kids Survey  

6th Grade: Catch My Breath

7th & 8th Grade: Project Alert

9th Grade: Stanford Prevention Tool KitParent Letters


6th Grade Parent Letter

7th Grade Parent Letter

8th Grade Parent Letter

9th Grade Parent Letter


6th Grade Parent Letter

7th Grade Parent Letter

8th Grade Parent Letter

9th Grade Parent Letter

Youth Events

Friday Night Live

Take Down Tobacco Day

Teen's Kick Ash


January 18, 2023
Vaping Night Presentation

Student Drug Testing Program

The Voluntary Drug Testing Program is free and confidential to all students in grades 7 through 12. The Voluntary Drug Testing Program empowers students and provides parents with assurances that their child is not using drugs or alcohol. To register, please fill-out the Enrollment Form and drop-off the completed form at your school's main office. (For Espanol, click here)

Information About the Voluntary Drug Testing Program

Need Help to Quit Vaping?

CA Smokers Helpline: Quit Vaping Support (844) 8NO-VAPE

Call It Quits Classes Ventura County (805) 201-STOP

Smoke Free Teen Quit Vaping (800) QUIT-NOW

Counseling & Substance Use Treatment Services

Ventura County Substance Use Services (844) 385-9200

Alanon & Alateen (Alcohol Abuse Support Groups)

Aspire Counseling Services (888) 585-7373

Cal Lutheran Community Counseling Services (805) 493-3390

BRITE: Building Resilience & Inclusion Through Engagement (Support, Prevention, Treatment) Text 55753

Interface Children & Family Services 2-1-1

Not One More (805) 242-6662

Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration, National Treatment Referral Helpline (800) 662-4357

Simi Valley Free Clinic (FREE Medical Services) (805) 522-3733

Ventura County Crisis Line

Need Help? Call anytime day or night
(866) 998-2243

For anyone needing mental health services or those experiencing a mental health crisis, please call the Ventura County Behavioral Health Mobile Crisis Response Team day or night.

Ventura County Referrals 2-1-1

Safe Ventura County Rx Drug Disposal Locations 

Teen Crisis Resources Numbers

The Simi Valley Youth Council coordinates printing youth crisis telephone numbers on the back of associated student body identification cards through a partnership with the Simi Valley Unified School District. The following resources are included:

Teen Crisis & All Emergency Issues 9-1-1

9-1-1 (Simi Valley PD)

Suicide Prevention Lifeline 9-8-8 (anytime)Suicide Prevention Lifeline 

Sexual Assault Hotline (800) 656-4673 (anytime)Sexual Assault Hotline

Ventura County Crisis Line (866) 998-2243 (anytime)Ventura County Crisis Line

The Trevor Project (LGBTQ+ Help Line) (866) 488-7386 (anytime)LGBTQ Help Line

Substance Abuse Hotline (800) 662-4357 (anytime)Substance Abuse Helpline

Runaway Hotline (800) 786-2929 (anytime)
Runaway Hotline