The Amy Winehouse Foundation Resilience Programme will be rolled out to 50 secondary schools across the UK today.
The education programme aims to change the way children are taught about drugs and alcohol in school.
Speaking to Daybreak, Amy's father Mitch said: "Amy's music legacy will look after itself.
"Everyone knows what a wonderful girl she was, a great singer, a philanthropist in her own way. This could be even more important."
The father of Amy Winehouse will launch a major new drug and alcohol education programme today.
Mitch Winehouse will demand changes to the way children are taught about drugs and alcohol in school.
The Amy Winehouse Foundation Resilience Programme will be rolled out to 50 secondary schools across the UK.
Singer Amy Winehouse died of alcohol poisoning in July 2011.
The father of Amy Winehouse has warned a generation of children are being put at risk by "woefully underfunded" drug and alcohol education.
Mitch Winehouse said there was a "worrying knowledge gap" about substance misuse among young people as he prepares to join forces with comic Russell Brand to launch a new education programme for schools.
The Amy Winehouse Foundation Resilience Programme will initially be rolled out to 50 English secondary schools and will provide a free, confidential phone and online service for young people, supported by Childline.
Singer Amy died in July 2011 from accidental alcohol poisoning at 27 years old.