Lions Quest is a social and emotional learning program that aims to prevent risky behaviors by promoting the positive potential of children and youth, the development of skills and character essential to life, personal and social responsibility, and community and family involvement.
Lions Quest is the global leader in school-based prevention.
Lions Quest has three, age-appropriate programs: Skills for Growing, aimed at children from 5 to 9 years, Skills for Adolescence (10 to 14 years), and Skills for Action (15 to 19 years). In this first phase of the partnership, LCIF and UNODC are implementing the Skills for Adolescence program to address topics such as entering adolescence, developing self-confidence, managing emotions in a positive way, strengthening interpersonal relationships, and learning through service.
By building resiliency in youth, Lions Quest prevents and/or delays the onset of drug use among adolescents. With the help of Lions around the world, more than 19,000,000 children have benefited from Lions Quest.