Drug and Alcohol Prevention Programs

Prevention Programs


Capital High School offers a prevention and early intervention program targeted at reducing the risks of alcohol, tobacco, and other drug use among our students.


We recognize that drug and alcohol use among youths is prevalent throughout the United States.
Our goal is to assist students through alcohol, tobacco, and drug education by providing guidance to assist in making positive life choices and reducing at-risk behaviors.


We want to assist students and families in need of individual and group counseling. We offer assistance with referrals for chemical dependency assessments. In addition, we wish to provide and help secure after care support. Students and families in need of support for dependency and other family related issues may call your student's counselor or the counseling office @ 596-8027 for further guidance.

The Student Assistance Program in the Olympia School District coordinates referrals. All referrals are screened and discussed by the CARE/SAP Team. After initial screening and discussions, an action plan is developed and services are implemented where indicated.

Any staff may go online to the OSD website to access a referral form. It can be completed online or on a printed document.