More2Life is a Youth Development program that partners with parents and the community to increase awareness among youth that their choices affect their futures. We provide culturally relevant programs that enable youth to set and achieve their goals and empower them to build healthy relationships and avoid risky behaviors such as drugs, alcohol, and sex outside of marriage.
The More2Life Team
Jason, Tricia, Brittany, Wallace
The vision of More2Life is clear and simple, to help students make healthy choices. Since 1998 that has been achieved by providing in-school and after-school presentations throughout Pinellas County to over 76,000 students! More2Life presentations are fun and interactive while our Educators cover important topics such as goal setting, healthy relationships, influences and consequences.
What We Do
More2Life is all about healthy choices! Our motto is that “Your Choices Affect Your Future” and we use a variety of topics to help students understand this. Students who have seen our programs understand the importance of setting goals, making positive choices and focusing on their futures. We offer a fun, interactive environment to get our message across while always letting them know that it is their choices and their futures. We never tell them what to do but we equip them to make the best decisions.More2Life offers a flexible curriculum that can meet the needs of your organization. There are three programs currently being offered, one for parents, one for the community, and one for students which is described below.
More2Life offers two great programs for students. The first program is a 3-Hour Program (2-Hour Program for 6th grade) that is done primarily in public schools. The second program we customize to fit the need or time of the location and is offered in private schools, churches, youth and civic organizations, juvenile justice facilities, alternative schools and after school sites.
For more information or to schedule a presentation, contact More2Life Director Jason Dorr at 727-216-1404 x207 or visit www.M2L.org.