3 edition of Risk and protection profile for substance abuse prevention planning in Washington State found in the catalog.
Risk and protection profile for substance abuse prevention planning in Washington State
by Washington State Dept. of Social and Health Services in [Olympia, Wash.]
Written in English
|Statement||Linda Becker ... [et al.] ; Research and Data Analysis in conjunction with the Division of Alcohol and Substance Abuse.|
|Contributions||Becker, Linda., Washington (State). Division of Alcohol and Substance Abuse., Washington (State). Dept. of Social and Health Services. Office of Research and Data Analysis.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 189 p. :|
|Number of Pages||189|
As a result of these linkages, the NCPC supports projects that include addressing and preventing substance abuse. The following brief project descriptions provide information on some of the projects funded by the NCPC in Ontario between that, to varying degrees, worked to prevent substance abuse as a risk factor for criminal behaviour. EFFECTivE PrEvEnTion STrATEGY Center for SubStanCe abuSe Prevention (CSaP) Six Prevention StrategieS* There are six prevention strategies that address risk behaviors (e.g., alcohol/drug use, suicide, etc.) and increase resiliency. This list is known as CSAP effective prevention strategies. A community planningFile Size: 2MB.
Chapter 5 -- Prevention and Intervention. substance abuse, and risk factors. Researchers at the Washington State Institute for Public Policy, who conducted a similar analysis (Aos et al., ), point out that the most effective programs are not always the most cost-effective. They note the importance of matching the intervention to the. Since the s, the Washington State legislature has directed WSIPP to identify “evidence-based” policies. The goal is to provide Washington policymakers and budget writers with a list of well-researched public policies that can, with a high degree of certainty, lead to better statewide outcomes coupled with a more efficient use of taxpayer dollars.
A risk and protective factors chart appears in the appendix of the Community How to Guide on Needs Assessment and Strategic ge drinking prevention coalitions and organizations can use this chart to conduct an assessment of the risk and protective factors in their community as well as examine the risk, protective, and potential resiliency factors for specific groups of young. facilitate a multi-sector Youth Substance Abuse Prevention Steering Committee. In order to develop an assessment and planning process that identified substance abuse prevention priorities specific to the Casco Bay region, Healthy Casco Bay partnered with 21 Reasons as a Mentee in the federal Drug Free Communities Mentor grant Size: KB.
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These tables provide a comprehensive update of archival data that assess the risk and prevention factors associated with youth substance abuse.
They are among the timeliest data available to planners for understanding and identifying trends in the risks of substance abuse among youth in Washington State. protective factor framework that is used by many substance abuse prevention planners across the country.
For more information about the data, framework, definitions, and other topics, see the Profile on Risk and Protection for Substance Abuse Prevention Planning in Washington State, (Report ).
That report and subsequent years. This document presents uniformly collected data for the State of Maine and each of its counties on selected known risk factors for alcohol and drug abuse and the prevalence of substance abuse-related problems.
A "Read Me First" section presents the state's approach to prevention. Information is provided on risk and protective factors, the "Six State Study Survey," possible applications, the.
used by many substance abuse prevention planners across the country. For more information about the data, framew ork, definitions, and other topics, see the Profile on Risk and Protection for Substance Abuse Prevention Planning in Washington State, 5HSRUW 7.
The risk and protective factors are the primary targets of effective prevention programs used in family, school, and community settings.
The goal of these programs is to build new and strengthen existing protective factors and reverse or reduce risk factors in youth. Prevention programs are usually designed to reach target populations in their primary setting. the Hawkins and Catalano risk and protective factor framework that is used by many substance abuse prevention planners across t he country.
For more information about the data, framework, definitions, and other topics, see the Profile on Risk and Protection for Substance Abuse Prevention Planning in Washington State, (Report ). That. Washington: The State and Its People (PDF) Social and Economic Determinants of Health (PDF) Socioeconomic Position in Washington (PDF) Data Update (PDF).
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The State of Rhode Island contracted with the authors to prepare a statewide, comprehensive substance abuse prevention plan. The literature review revealed a lack of research on statewide planning. iv Preventing Drug Use among Children and Adolescents National Institute on Drug Abuse Preface v Today’s youth face many risks, including drug abuse, violence, and HIV/AIDS.
Responding to these risks before they become problems can be difficult. ii Preventing Child Sexual Abuse Within Youth-serving Organizations: Getting Started on Policies and Procedures is a publication of the National Center for Injury Prevention and Control of the Cen- ters for Disease Control and Prevention.
the substance abuse prevention field. This work is carried out in conjunction with Single County Authorities (SCAs) and their contracted providers. As a result, there is flexibility in allowing SCAs to tailor service delivery based on identified needs and risk and protective factors in their communities.
The misuse and abuse of alcohol, tobacco, illicit drugs, and prescription medications affect the health and well-being of millions of Americans. SAMHSA’s National Survey on Drug Use and Health (PDF | MB) reports that approximately million people aged 12 or older had a.
This text teaches students about the science-based components of substance abuse prevention practice. This cutting-edge book responds to the growing need for a textbook that addresses the rapid development of the substance abuse prevention profession.
Finally, professors have a text that supports the content of their prevention courses. Strategic Prevention Framework - Partnerships for Success grants—Provides funding to prevent the onset and reduce the progression of substance abuse and its related problems while strengthening prevention capacity at the community level.
This grant is targeted for interventions to prevent underage drinking among persons age 9 to Washington State Institute for Public Policy. The Legislature passed E2SHB with the intention that “prevention and intervention services delivered to children and juveniles in the areas of mental health, child welfare, and juvenile justice be primarily evidence-based and research-based, and it is anticipated that such services will be provided in a manner that is culturally.
The system replaces the Community Programs Planning Group, EIP Steering Committee and the HIV Prevention Planning Group. The vision is to end the HIV epidemic in Washington State.
We will do this by preventing new HIV infections among people at high risk and general population and by keeping people with HIV healthy.
California State Incentive Grant (SIG) Sample Prevention Plan Outline needs and resource assessments and is consistent with the Center for Substance Abuse and Prevention (CSAP) five-step Strategic Prevention Framework (Appendix I).
The outline is increase the risk for adolescent substance abuse, delinquency, and Size: 41KB. Community-university teams investigated substance use, abuse, and dependence (SUAD) and related concerns, needs, strengths, and resources in four Washington State Tribal communities.
key community members shared their perspectives through 43 semi-structured interviews and 19 semi-structured focus by: The following definitions apply for purposes of the CA Practices and Procedures Guide.
“ADMINISTRATIVE INCIDENTS" are serious and emergent incidents involving CA clients, staff and providers. “ADOPTION SUPPORT AGREEMENT” means a written contract between the adoptive parent(s) and the department that identifies the specific support available to the adoptive parent(s).
a new policy directing counties that receive Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment (SAPT) Federal Block Grant funds to use the Strategic Prevention Framework (SPF).
The SPF is a planning and program design process developed by the federal Substance Abuse .ESCAP emphasizes an integrated approach to substance use – prevention, treatment and rehabilitation – and works with diverse partners to build the capacity of youth and health workers to deal more effectively with substance use.
Adolescent Substance Use: Risk and Protection responds to young people’s call for action against substance use.on how to use data on risk, protection, and youth out-comes in planning drug abuse and violence prevention activities, social services, youth development programs, and educational policies and programs.
• All of these developments will be fostered by a clear set of policies that makes such assessment systems a Size: KB.