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Lots to Love at Omni this February

Although it may be the shortest month of the year, February is Jam packed with events you will love from Omni Youth Programs!


Facebook Live - "Know Overdose"; Part 1 - Opioids Wednesday, February 9th: 5:00 – 5:30pm

Location: Description: How do you know if a person is high or overdosing? Learn the signs of opioid overdose and what causes them. Discover ways you can intervene and help if you think someone is overdosing.


Online Presentation at EGUSD Family and Community Engagement Workshop

Thursday, February 10th: 6:00 – 7:00pm

Description: This workshop developed in partnership with EGUSD’s Youth Development Office and Omni Youth Programs, will present information for families on the latest trends in tobacco and vaping. The workshop will also include strategies on how to talk with your children about drug prevention, and provide resources for help. Workshop will be held from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. via ZOOM.


"MarijuaNAH" presentations to 7th & 8th grade students

Wednesday, February 16th & 18th: 7:30am – 3:00pm

Location: SCUSD Middle School

Description: Omni Youth Programs has been invited to spend 2 days presenting to all 7th & 8th grade students during the students' science period. In this interactive presentation, Students will Learn surprising and little-known facts about today’s marijuana and its unique effect on teens. As well as gain resources and learn how to resist peer pressure and educate others about the risks involved with this popular new drug. (Yes that’s right, new drug!)


"Is My Child Abusing Opioids?" Webinar Series Part 1: Physical Signs

Wednesday, February 23rd:1:00 – 2:00pm

Description: Opioid abuse is dangerous at any age, especially for our youth. With the prevalence of fentanyl overdoses and deaths, many parents, educators, and professionals are concerned about how to spot the warning signs of opioid use and what we can do to intervene. Tune into our 3 part series that discusses physical, emotional, and behavioral signs that a young person may be misusing opioids or other prescription drugs. Learn what to do if you find out your youth is using and what to do in the event of an overdose.


Family Matters Model Program Facilitator Training

"Part 1" - February 24th: 1 - 5 PM

"Part 2" - March 3rd: 1 - 5 PM

Location: Online Zoom Meeting

Registration: SIGN UP NOW

Description: During this training you will learn how to be a facilitator for Family Matters. This program is a 4 session "send-home" program for families with teens. When you lead this program, families will learn healthy family communication, set family rules for alcohol use, how to enhance parental supervision, and how teens can resist peer and media influence. This program will not require you to have in-person meetings. Facilitators of this program call families weekly to check in, motivate families and record outcomes.

To Learn more about this program visit


Are you interested in having Omni Youth Programs present at for your group? We offer FREE presentations Online or In - Person to any group of 5 or more in Sacramento County. Presentation topics and length can be tailored to your group's needs.

Email: to schedule your presentation.

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