Preventing Alcohol and Tobacco Use Through Life Skills Training

Botvin, Gilbert J.; Kantor, Lori Wolfgang
December 2000
Alcohol Research & Health;2000, Vol. 24 Issue 4, p250
Academic Journal
Describes an approach to substance abuse prevention called life skills training (LST). Background to the LST program; Evidence of the program's effectiveness; Preventing alcohol and marijuana use; Conclusion.


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