Drug Free Clubs of America

Rick Flesch - Board of Directors

The scope of my position as Personal Counselor in Covington Catholic High School's Guidance Department focuses on “anything and everything beyond academics.” My position and the school’s participation in the Drug Free Clubs of America began in 2007. Once introduced to the program, I quickly became a fan as this prevention program celebrates healthy decisions, rather than relying on the punishment of unhealthy decisions that so many other programs emphasize. The philosophy of the DFCA is simple: promote and rewards healthy decisions and you are likely to see more of them.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                I suspect my enthusiasm with having this resource available, and knowing where poor, unhealthy decisions can lead our youth, has attracted a majority of our students to voluntarily participate. Over the past five plus years, a culture of positive peer influence has become the norm, and our adolescent student body recognizes that “not everyone is doing it (substance usage).” With Drug Free Clubs of America, good things do pay off, and more quickly than not. And so, there really wasn’t any doubt that I would jump at the opportunity to serve on the DFCA Board when asked.

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