Promoting Responsibility in Drug Education (PRIDE) The Office of Educational Services is responsible for oversight of the community outreach program known as Project P.R.I.D.E., which brings minimum custody offenders, escorted by correction officers, into middle and high schools or other agencies to talk about their personal experiences with drugs and alcohol. Young people have an opportunity to hear real-life stories and to consider the consequences of substance abuse. The program is designed to reduce the appeal of drugs and alcohol and to promote responsible decision-making skills.
     Real life stories of how drugs landed  juveniles in jail...and changed their lives forever.