RESOURCES FOR STUDENTS/FAMILIES
First Call, formerly called the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, was founded in 1958 to serve the Kansas City metropolitan area and provides clinical, educational and prevention services to individuals and families impacted by substance use disorders. First Call’s prevention and recovery services impact over 60,000 individuals each year. The prevention department works in the community to prevent alcohol, tobacco and other drug use among youth and develop healthy relationships that focus on building assets and increasing resilience.
P3 Tips App
A free resource is available for students and community members to help maintain our safe school environments.
The P3 Tips app is FREE and can be used to report online safety-related information, such as the whereabouts of missing persons, bullying, and suspicious activities, etc. The tips are anonymous and can be accompanied by uploading videos and photos. There is also the ability to review and update submitted tips. All anonymous tips are sent directly to the TIPS hotline.
The P3 Tips app is easy to use. Here’s how to get started:
- Download P3 Tips app from App Store or Google Play
- Create a numeric passcode – a minimum of four digits is required. This can be used to access future reports in this app.
- Select a location
- United States
- Select a State
- Kansas City, Kansas (Select this option.)
- Select an Organization
- Students can report tips at their high school by selecting their school’s organization from the list. If a student’s school is not listed under the list of organizational choices, they can report tips by selecting the USD 500 District or Greater Kansas City Crime Stoppers organization on the list.
- Greater Kansas City Crime Stoppers
- Harmon Hawks
- Schlagle Stallions
- Sumner Academy Sabres
- Washington Wildcats
- Wyandotte Bulldogs
- USD 500 District
- Report the tip
- Submit the tip
After the tip is submitted, the information will be reviewed by law enforcement for appropriate action.
For more information about the P3 Tips app, please contact Kansas City, Kansas Public Schools Police Department at 913.627.4111.
What is Project PACT?
Project PACT offers the student and his/her parent(s) an alternative to long-term suspension for first time possession or use of alcohol and/or other drugs.
Project PACT Referral Process:
- Students are not eligible for the program if they have been referred in the past 3 years.
- A long-term suspension must be implemented.
- Review the contract and program expectations (within contract) with the parent and student. Secure all the appropriate signatures.
- Sessions are conducted in Spanish and English.
Sessions held at: Coronado Middle School, 1735 N 64th Terr, 66102
Security Check-In: Parents and students will check-in with security and room assignments will be made.
Time: Monday evenings from 6:00 – 8:30 PM for four consecutive weeks
Participants reporting after 6:00 p.m. will not be allowed into the session and will need to reschedule. The parent/guardian must attend all sessions with the student.
Completion: Parent and student will receive proof of completion. Program will let school staff know of completion.