They install the MIA trailer, ‘The new reality’ in search of preventing addictions such as alcohol, tobacco, cocaine, and even the excessive use of social networks.
MAZATLAN. – The Interactive Museum of Addictions MIA «The new reality», arrived at the port and was installed in the Rubén Jaramillo High School of the UAS, to bring preventive measures to young people.
Inside the educational campus, the trailer box was placed where a multimedia event with 4K technology is developed in which minors receive information about the risks of additions.
The general director of the MÍA Institute, Bruno Bernal, said that it is an experience of around 7 minutes and 30 seconds, through which the consequences of the use of alcohol, tobacco, cocaine, and even addiction to social networks are known.
“It is an experience where before entering, an initial test is carried out to detect data on young people, their risk factors, at the end a test is also carried out, to verify the impact it generates with users,” he said.
The director commented that they have increased up to 47% in knowledge on the subject of additions, 28% risk prevention and 23% appropriation of protective factors.
He stressed that they will be in Mazatlan for five weeks at Jaramillo from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., and other schools will also attend to live this experience.
The idea of this is to create in young people an awareness of the risks of addictions, where all this leads, as well as to reinforce values in them.
The MIA museum is a preventive structure, which is based on the use of new technologies and prevention programs in young people who today face greater risks.
The trailer has digital and analog content, designed to be easily grasped, which uses the language of technology, expanding the knowledge generated.
The participants live almost real things inside so that they can reflect before wanting to make decisions and see the consequences of everything.
10 municipalities in Sinaloa will be visited: Mazatlán, Rosario, Escuinapa, Culiacán, Navolato, Cosalá, Guamúchil, Guasave, El Fuerte and Los Mochis.
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