An intervention is a combination of program elements or strategies designed to produce behavior changes or improve health status among individuals or an entire population. Interventions may include educational programs, new or stronger policies, improvements in the environment, or a health promotion campaign. Interventions that include multiple strategies are typically the most effective in producing desired and lasting change.

Evidence has shown that interventions create change by:

  • influencing individuals' knowledge, attitudes, beliefs, and skills;
  • increasing social support; and
  • creating supportive environments, policies, and resources.
Intervention Programs offered through the district are A.T.S, C.A.R.E., S.Y.N.C., and T.R.U.E.  For more information on each program, please click the links below.
A.T.S. (Offered at school sites only)  
C.A.R.E.  (English)
S.Y.N.C. (English)
T.R.U.E. (English)