8th and 12th Grade Drug Use – Stay pro-active – Reality Check Program

The Reality Check Program wants you to stay pro-active and on top of what is going on in your backyard.

Drug use 8th and 12th grades 12-14

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The Problem with College Drinking

drinking 3 Published on January 29th, 2015 by: Quitalcohol.com it is definietky worth re-posting with their permission.
As 2013 high school graduations are wrapping up around the country, millions of young adults are preparing for a new stage in their young lives. Many will be leaving home for the first time and will be experiencing new freedom and responsibility. First year college will be making new friends, juggling time for class, studying, work, and socializing. But along with the new freedom and excitement, there are dangers of which they should be aware. One of the most serious is drinking. Having entered an environment often less restrictive that life at home, young college students may be easily influenced by others and may be naive to the dangers of alcohol. While drinking and partying is typically considered part of college culture, studies past and present clearly illustrate patterns of increased drinking and binge drinking which, at the least, can derail the pursuit of education, and worse, can lead to behaviors and situations which can lead to death.’
Adverse Effects
The adverse effects brought by continued alcohol use and binge drinking by college Drinking 1students are varied. According to a report published  Read More »

The Reality Check Program – It Lasts – A Must Read

Larry Lawton

Larry Lawton

Larry Lawton received a Facebook message from a young man who went through the Reality Check Program three years ago. This is why we do what we do.

Joshua Wall (21) Facebook Message to Larry Lawton on 3/10/15. (verbatim)

Joshua attended the Reality Check Program on 3/3/12.  (He was 18 at the time)  Below the message is Joshua’s program survey from that class. The RCP lasts a lifetime. This is what it’s all about.

Hi there larry I know your really busy with everything you’ve been doing to help make a difference in young adults lives to save them from what you had went through in your younger years but I really just wanted to give you a shout and tell you how much I appreciate all you have done to open my eyes and straighten me out before Read More »

Reality Check Program Surveys

Larry LawtonThe Reality Check Program is the most powerful results orientated program in the United States.

“Education not Incarceration with the Reality Check Program”

People sometimes need a wake-up call and a second chance. America is the country of second chances and most people will need one sometime during their life time. No matter what age they are.

Please look at a sampling of some surveys from a class done on 2-23-15.  Note the ages. The Reality Check Program is for everyone.

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Professor Lawrence Lawton, AKA Larry

Larry Lawton was the guest lecturer at Brevard Community College (Now Eastern Florida State College) in 2009. This is a letter from a student at the class.

Larry Lawton may be many things, but most of all, he’s a paradox. Heavily-built, with a shaven head and tattooed arms, he’s not likely to be chosen as the poster boy for good behavior, but then that’s what makes him so interesting, and makes people listen when he talks. On the 17th of September, people were definitely listening when Larry spoke at an Honors Community Involvement class on Brevard Community College’s Melbourne Campus. The topic of the semester was “At-Risk Youth” and so Larry had been invited in by the course instructor, Marina Baratian, to speak about his own experiences with the law and how he was trying to help at-risk youth through the Reality Check Program.

Once Larry starts talking, it becomes very hard not to listen closely. Speaking frankly about his past, before and during his eleven-year prison sentence, he goes about his goal of Read More »