Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention Training

ADAPT Program Overview

The purpose of the ADAPT (Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention Training) program is to provide law enforcement officers that work on or near school campuses (College, High School, or Middle School) with all of the tools and information necessary to help with the prevention of alcohol and drug abuse among Texas students. This course is FREE to any officer that wishes to attend or any agency that wants to host a class.  

Curriculum in this Course:

This FREE 4 or 8 hour class includes topics such as underage substance abuse, impairment indicators, detecting fraudulent IDs, and investigative techniques/enforcement options related to underage substance abuse and underage impaired driving.

Who is the course for?

The ADAPT program is specifically designed to serve as continuing education for law enforcement officers and civilians working as Campus Officers or with minors. This course may also be taken by school administrators, teachers, security, and other school employees.  


4 Hour: Officers who successfully complete the course will receive 4 hours of TCOLE credit #6011.

8 Hour: Officers who successfully complete the course are eligible for 8 hours of TCOLE credit #6017.

This program provides Continuing Professional Educator (CPE) certificates teachers and Addiction Professional certificates to counselors for credit for the attendees to report themselves.  The program does not report CPE credit.

View ADAPT Training Schedule

Interested in hosting a class at your agency?
Interested in becoming an ADAPT instructor?
Submit an online application for consideration.