Steer is a youth and young adult program funded by SAMHSA. The program aims to expand capacity on Guam to provide substance misuse and prevention services to youth ages 13-24 through the implementation of an evidence-based substance abuse prevention curriculum, and HIV/VH Outreach, Testing, and Linkages. The program utilizes Motivational Strategies to increase the participants’ perception of risks related to alcohol and other drugs and increase their ability to self-identify potential substance-related problems. The program also aims to spread awareness through awareness campaigns, peer advocate training, and community outreach.
Create an environment free of stigma or fear. We are a safe space promoting happiness and health in the lives of our youth and young adults.
We motivate and guide youth and young adults towards a path of a healthier future through education, empowerment, and partnerships within our community.
A generation of youth equipped with the confidence, skills, and knowledge to effectively navigate through life.
WHAT WE DO
Stop Transmission Through Education, Empowerment, and Resources
Evidence Based Curriculum:
Prime for Life
Peer Advocate Training
Outreach Testing &
Linkages for HIV and VH
Public Awareness and Messaging
MEET THE TEAM
Program Manager/Lead Navigator
Licensed Bachelors of Social Work (LBSW)
Masters in Legal Studies
Professional Masters in Business Administration
Life is a matter of choices, and every choice you make makes you.” John C. Maxwell
This project is funded by the Department of Health and Human Services - Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). Grant Number: #1H79SP082097-01