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MCAS, Yuma DDRP Need Assessment Survey Result
For more information regarding the result of the
survey, Please contact Mr. Virgil S.
Tapispisan virgil.tapispisan_at_usmc.mil (928)
269-2791
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Need Assessment Section 1 Demographics
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Need Assessment Section 1 Demographics
  • August 2007
  • Total Strength - 2338
  • Number of respondents - 275 (11.76)
  • Demographics
  • White (74) Black (6) Hispanic
    (17)
  • Asian (2) Others (2)
  • Branch of Service
  • USMC (97) USN (3)
  • Rank
  • E1-E3 (49) E4-E6 (132) E7-E9
    (37) W1-W5 (8)
  • O1-O3 (29) O4-O6 (16) O7-O9 (0)
    O10 (1)
  • No response (3)

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Need Assessment Section 1 Demographics
  • Race/Nationality (Optional)
  • White (74) Black (6) Hispanic
    (17)
  • Asian (2) Others (2)
  • Your Unit/Command
  • 13DenCo (1) HHS (17) MACS 1 (1)
  • MAG 13 (1) MALS 13 (1) MAWTS 1 (23)
  • VMA 211 (27) VMA 214 (1) VMA 311 (3)
  • VMA 513 (22) VMFT 401 (3)
  • Age
  • 18-21 (21) 22-25 (23) 26-30 (19)
    31-35 (18)
  • 36-40 (13) 41and above (6)

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Need Assessment Section 1 Demographics
  • Sex
  • Male (90) Female (10)
  • Educational Attainment
  • GED (1) High School (34)
  • Some college (45)
  • Bachelors Degree or higher (20)
  • Average Number of Years in Service 8.25 years

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Need AssessmentSection 2 Command Readiness
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Need AssessmentSection 2 Command Readiness
  • Q1 I am aware of programs in my command that
    address alcohol and other drug prevention.

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Need AssessmentSection 2 Command Readiness
  • Q2 I spend time collaborating with concerning
    the prevention and other drug abuse in my
    command.

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Need AssessmentSection 2 Command Readiness
  • Q3 I dont know why alcohol and other drug abuse
    is so important to address.

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Need AssessmentSection 2 Command Readiness
  • Q4 I am interested in learning more a about
    command-related alcohol and other drug prevention
    program.

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Need AssessmentSection 2 Command Readiness
  • Q5 I believe in preventing alcohol and other
    drug is important.

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Need AssessmentSection 2 Command Readiness
  • Q6 I am not certain why some individual consider
    alcohol and other drug prevention important.

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Need AssessmentSection 2 Command Readiness
  • Q7 I am interested in becoming involved in
    improving alcohol and other drug abuse prevention
    program in my command.

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Need AssessmentSection 2 Command Readiness
  • Q8 I dont know what programs in my command
    address alcohol and other drug abuse.

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Need AssessmentSection 2 Command Readiness
  • Q9 I am interested in more information on the
    time and energy commitments that a
    command-related alcohol and other drug abuse
    prevention program would require.

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Need AssessmentSection 2 Command Readiness
  • Q10 I know which alcohol and other drug abuse
    prevention programs serve my command .

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Need AssessmentSection 2 Command Readiness
  • Q11 I can distinguish the type of services
    offered by the different alcohol and other drug
    abuse programs in my command.

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Need AssessmentSection 2 Command Readiness
  • Q12 I am concern about whether my command has
    sufficient alcohol and other drug abuse
    prevention program.

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Need AssessmentSection 2 Command Readiness
  • Q13 I am not involved with the alcohol and other
    drug abuse prevention program in my command.

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Need AssessmentSection 3 Alcohol Awareness
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Need AssessmentSection 3 Alcohol Awareness
  • Q1 Alcohol has been used as a medicine.
  • Answer TRUE
  • Alcohol was used for centuries as a medicine in
    childbirth, sedation, and surgery.

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Need AssessmentSection 3 Alcohol Awareness
  • Q2 Alcohol is digested in the same way that food
    is digested.
  • Answer FALSE
  • Alcohol is unique because it requires no
    digestion. It can be absorbed directly from the
    stomach, and even more rapidly from the small
    intestine.

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Need AssessmentSection 3 Alcohol Awareness
  • Q3 Moderate consumption of alcoholic beverages
    is generally not harmful to the body .
  • Answer TRUE
  • Some studies show that moderate drinkers (those
    drinking no more than one to two drinks a day)
    tend to be at less risk for heart attacks than
    abstainers or heavy drinkers. However it is not
    recommended that you start drinking for health
    benefits.

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Need AssessmentSection 3 Alcohol Awareness
  • Q4 Drinking coffee or taking a cold shower can
    be an effective way of decreasing blood alcohol
    levels .
  • Answer FALSE
  • The healthy liver oxidates or metabolizes alcohol
    at the rate of about one drink per hour.
    Therefore, only time will sober up a drunk
    person. Coffee, cold-showers, fresh air, and
    exercise do not reduce blood alcohol levels.

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Need AssessmentSection 3 Alcohol Awareness
  • Q5 Responsible drinking can contribute to a
    state of relaxation, enhanced social
    interactions, and a feeling of well-being .
  • Answer TRUE
  • Responsible drinking means stopping before you
    are drunk. It means not driving a vehicle if you
    have had any alcohol. The US Department of Health
    and Human Services guidelines for moderate
    drinking is no more than one drink per day for
    women and people over 60 and no more than two
    drinks a day for men under 60. Recovering
    alcoholics should not drink at all, because they
    cannot control the amount of drinking they do.

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Need AssessmentSection 3 Alcohol Awareness
  • Q6 Few women become alcoholics .
  • Answer FALSE
  • Although the estimates of women alcoholics vary
    one quarter to one half of all alcoholics, it is
    clear that the number of female alcoholics is
    sizable and has been increasing. In the past,
    female alcoholics and problem drinkers may have
    been more reluctant to seek treatment than men
    who experience drinking problems, but fortunately
    that situation is beginning to change.

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Need AssessmentSection 3 Alcohol Awareness
  • Q7 It takes about as many hours as the number of
    beers drunk for the liver to completely burn up
    the alcohol ingested .
  • Answer TRUE
  • Alcohol is metabolized by the liver at the rate
    of approximately one drink an hour. One drink is
    defined as 12 ounces of beer, 4 ounces of wine,
    or 1.5 ounces of 80 proof liquor.

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Need AssessmentSection 3 Alcohol Awareness
  • Q8 Eating while drinking slows the absorption of
    alcohol in the body .
  • Answer TRUE
  • Eating before and while drinking slows down the
    passage of alcohol from the stomach to the small
    intestine. Because 80 of the alcohol is absorbed
    into the bloodstream from the small intestine,
    having food in the stomach that absorbs some of
    the alcohol will help slow absorption of alcohol
    into the bloodstream.

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Need AssessmentSection 3 Alcohol Awareness
  • Q9 Approximately 10 of fatal highway accidents
    are alcohol-related .
  • Answer FALSE
  • About half of fatal highways accidents are
    alcohol-related.

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Need AssessmentSection 3 Alcohol Awareness
  • Q10 Alcohol is not a drug .
  • Answer FALSE
  • Alcohol is a drug. It has been used by most
    societies and cultures throughout history. It is
    our most used and abused recreational drug.

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Need AssessmentSection 3 Alcohol Awareness
  • Q11 A blood alcohol concentration of 0.10 is
    the legal definition of alcohol intoxication in
    most states with respect to driving .
  • Answer TRUE
  • The blood alcohol concentration limit is 0.08 in
    some states. In Sweden it is 0.05. Driving
    ability can be significantly impaired well below
    0.10 BAC. For most people, a BAC of 0.05
    doubles the risk of having a car crash.A chart
    of BAC limits by US state is provided by the
    National Commission Against Drunk Driving.

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Need AssessmentSection 3 Alcohol Awareness
  • Q12 An estimated 85 of the adult Americans who
    drink are alcohol abusers .
  • Answer FALSE
  • Of the adult Americans who drink, approximately
    15 abuse alcohol. The majority of people who
    drink do so in a responsible manner which does
    not lead to alcohol-related problems.

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Need AssessmentSection 3 Alcohol Awareness
  • Q13 Alcohol is a stimulant .
  • Answer FALSE
  • Alcohol is a depressant drug this means it slows
    down (or depresses) the Central Nervous System.
    Some people mistakenly think it is a stimulant
    because initially it reduces inhibitions,
    encouraging some people to do things they might
    not do otherwise.

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Need AssessmentSection 3 Alcohol Awareness
  • Q14 To prevent a hangover, one should sip one's
    drink slowly, eat while drinking, have no more
    than one drink an hour, and not over-drink one's
    limit .
  • Answer TRUE

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Need AssessmentSection 3 Alcohol Awareness
  • Q15 A person cannot become an alcoholic by just
    drinking beer .
  • Answer FALSE
  • People can abuse any type of alcoholic beverages
    including beer. There are alcoholics who drink
    nothing harder that light beer. Beer has the
    same type of alcohol that wine and distilled
    spirits have (ethyl alcohol).

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Need AssessmentSection 3 Alcohol Awareness
  • Q16 Proof" on a bottle of liquor represents
    half the percent of alcohol contained in the
    bottle .
  • Answer FALSE
  • Proof equals twice the percent of alcohol. For
    example, 90 proof whiskey is 45 alcohol.

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Need AssessmentSection 4 Drug Awareness
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Need AssessmentSection 4 Drug Awareness
  • Q1 Stimulants are less addictive than other
    drug.
  • Answer FALSE
  • Stimulants are powerfully addictive drugs that
    speed up the activity of the Central Nervous
    System (CNS)

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Need AssessmentSection 4 Drug Awareness
  • Q2 A single breath of inhalant can kill you.
  • Answer TRUE
  • This tragic occurrence is called Sudden Sniffing
    Death Syndrome or SSD

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Need AssessmentSection 4 Drug Awareness
  • Q3 Ecstasy can cause permanent brain damage.
  • Answer TRUE
  • Taking small amounts of the club drug ecstasy can
    harm the brain, even after just one use, brain
    scans show. Researchers from the Netherlands
    looked for subtle brain cell damage in first time
    users of ecstasy an illegal drug that acts as a
    stimulant and psychedelic.

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Need AssessmentSection 4 Drug Awareness
  • Q4 Steroids may cause boys to develop breasts
    and girls to develop facial hair.
  • Answer TRUE
  • In men breast enlargement, shrunken testicles,
    lowered sperm count,
  • increased sex drive, decreased sexual performance
    - difficulty getting and maintaining erections
  • In women growth of facial and body hair, male
    pattern balding development of Adam's apple,
    deepening of voice
  • enlargement of clitoris, abnormal or absent
    menstrual period infertility

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Need AssessmentSection 4 Drug Awareness
  • Q5 Dextromethorphan, or DXM, is a dangerous
    commonly found in
  • Answer Cold/Cough Medicines
  • (DXM or DM) is an antitussive (cough-suppressant)
    drug found in many over-the-counter cold and
    cough medicines. DXM has also found other uses in
    medicine, ranging from pain relief to
    psychological applications. When taken at doses
    higher than are medically recommended, DXM acts
    as a dissociative hallucinogen. It produces
    effects similar to those of the controlled
    substances ketamine and PCP, which affords it a
    high potential for abuse.

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Need AssessmentSection 4 Drug Awareness
  • Q6 Over-the-counter drugs can be dangerous when
    combined with
  • Answer Alcohol
  • You probably don't think twice about taking an
    over-the-counter pain reliever and then having a
    glass of wine or two with dinner. But the
    combination of pain relievers and alcohol can
    pose serious health risks, according to new
    research.
  • When taken as directed, pain medications are
    generally considered safe. However, problems can
    arise when they are taken more frequently or in
    larger doses than recommended or taken in
    combination with other drugs -- including alcohol

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Need AssessmentSection 4 Drug Awareness
  • Q7 Methamphetamines can help you enjoy life.
  • Answer FALSE
  • Methamphetamine dependence is a physical disease,
    but its effects can spread throughout every
    aspect of life. As the dependence deepens, you
    may withdraw from friends, family, coworkers, and
    community. Your life may become more organized
    around using, and activities in which using is
    not possible may fall by the wayside. You may
    find yourself doing things you never thought you
    would do such as buying drugs in dangerous
    situations.

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Need AssessmentSection 4 Drug Awareness
  • Q8 Signs of methamphetamine use are the same as
    marijuana use.
  • Answer FALSE
  • Methamphetamine The easiest outwardly visible
    sign of Methamphetamine use is rapid weight loss.
    The amount of weight that someone looses can vary
    from person to person. On average a person can
    lose 8 to 10 pounds a month for several months in
    a row. Another sign is that the user often
    becomes careless about their appearance and
    overall physical well being. The user often
    looses interest in anything else but the drug.
  • Marijuana Dilated (large) pupils, Cigarette
    rolling papers, Seeds that have been cleaned from
    marijuana, Smell on clothing, in room, or in car,
    Bloodshot eyes, Sleepy appearance
  • Reduced motivation, Pipes, bongs, homemade
    smoking devices (you may see sticky residue from
    burned marijuana), Anxiety, Difficulty thinking,
    Distorted sensory perceptions, Dry mouth,
  • Euphoria (temporary feelings of elation, energy
    and limitless power), Feeling sluggish.

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Need AssessmentSection 4 Drug Awareness
  • Q9 Methamphetamine are Schedule II drugs,
    meaning that they have a high potential for
    abuse, that abuse of the drug may lead to severe
    dependence, but that the drug does have a
    currently accepted use for treatment in the
    United States.
  • Answer TRUE
  • Schedule II drugs have a high tendency for abuse,
    may have an accepted medical use, and can produce
    dependency or addiction with chronic use. This
    schedule includes examples such as Cocaine,
    Opium, Morphine, Fentanyl, Amphetamines, and
    Methamphetamines. Schedule II drugs may be
    available with a prescription by a physician, but
    not all pharmacies may carry them. These drugs
    require more stringent records and storage
    procedures than drugs in Schedules III and IV.

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Need AssessmentSection 4 Drug Awareness
  • Q10 All performance enhancing drugs are illegal.
  • Answer FALSE
  • A wide variety of performance-enhancing drugs is
    in use today. Many of them, such as steroids and
    amphetamines, are controlled substancesthat is,
    drugs whose manufacture, distribution, and use
    are subject to strict governmental regulation
    because of a high potential for abuse and medical
    complications. These drugs are often developed
    and used to treat real medical problems but are
    illegally repurposed by athletes or trainers as
    performance enhancers. Other types of drugs, such
    as health supplements, are legal but poorly
    regulated and researched.

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Need AssessmentSection 4 Drug Awareness
  • Q11 Creatine, ephedra, and andro are some of the
    very few dietary supplements that are not
    dangerous.
  • Answer FALSE
  • Many food supplements are not regulated (nor
    tested) by the FDA.  They are generally
    unregulated by prescription.  In fact, many are
    sold over the counter in pharmacies, in health
    food or grocery stores, direct marketing, mass-mer
    chandise stores and the Internet.
  • Andros, may upset the body's hormonal balance
    when it metabolizes into testosterone and
    estrogen.  There are reports of premature puberty
    and stunted growth in adolescents who have taken
    androstenedione.
  • Creatine, Creatine appears to cause kidney
    problems in susceptible individuals.  Long-term
    effects of creatine are unknown.
  • Ephedra is an herbal stimulant that acts like an
    amphetamine.  Supposedly, this aids weight loss
    by speeding up metabolism and decreasing the
    appetite. There are reports of  dozens of deaths
    and permanent injuries from the use of ephedra.

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Need AssessmentSection 4 Drug Awareness
  • Q12 Performance enhancing drugs are only banned
    in professional sports.
  • Answer FALSE

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Need AssessmentSection 4 Drug Awareness
  • Q13 Although club drugs have an immediate effect
    on you, they have no lasting effects.
  • Answer FALSE
  • The bottom line on club drugs, particularly MDMA,
    is that given our current knowledge about these
    drugs, they appear to be extremely risky for
    anyone's health. MDMA has been shown to be
    neurotoxic, to cause long-lasting, or even
    permanent damage to the neurons that release
    serotonin and to have the ability to impair an
    individual's memory and cognitive performance.

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Need AssessmentSection 4 Drug Awareness
  • Q14 If someone slipped a club drug into your
    drink, you would probably notice it immediately.
  • Answer FALSE
  • The drinks most commonly spiked are alcoholic
    drinks, but there is evidence that drugs have
    been used to lace soft drinks, coffee, tea and
    hot chocolate. It only takes a second to drop in
    a pill, or some powder or liquid. You may not
    notice a change in your drink, especially if you
    are at a noisy pub, a party or other social
    event. Some drugs used to spike drinks have no
    color, taste or smell, and may take a while to
    affect you.

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Need AssessmentSection 4 Drug Awareness
  • Q15 OxyContin is safe because doctors prescribe
    it for pain.
  • Answer FALSE
  • Q How Is OxyContin Abused? OxyContin abusers
    either crush the tablet and ingest or snort it or
    dilute it in water and inject it. Crushing or
    diluting the tablet disarms the timed-release
    action of the medication and causes a quick,
    powerful high. Abusers have compared this feeling
    to the euphoria they experience when taking
    heroin. In fact, in some areas, the use of heroin
    is overshadowed by the abuse of OxyContin

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Need AssessmentSection 4 Drug Awareness
  • Q16 Acid, windowpane, microdot, yellow sunshine,
    and boomers are all street names for LSD.
  • Answer TRUE

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Need AssessmentSection 4 Drug Awareness
  • Q17 Cleansing agents can remove all traces of
    drugs from the body if use appropriately.
  • Answer FALSE
  •  The most obvious way to pass a drug test is
    abstinence. If you don't use anything, you have
    nothing to worry about.

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Section 3 and 4 Alcohol and Drug Awareness
References
  • American Society of Addiction Medicine
  • DoD Health Related Behaviors Among Active Duty
    Military Personnel
  • MethResources.gov
  • National Drug Intelligence Center
  • National Drug Threat Assessment
  • National Inhalant Prevention Coalition
  • National Institute on Drug Abuse
  • Naval Health Research Center
  • Naval Safety Center
  • Navy Environmental Health Center
  • SAMHSA's National Clearinghouse for Alcohol and
    Drug Information
  • Substance Abuse Mental Health Services
    Administration

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Need AssessmentSection 5 Prevention Awareness
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Need AssessmentSection 5 Prevention Awareness
  • Q1 The Commanders at MCAS are actively involved
    in preventing or stopping illegal drug use and
    alcohol abuse on base.

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Need AssessmentSection 5 Prevention Awareness
  • Q2 In the last 6 months, I have heard or seen
    drug and alcohol prevention messages (For
    examples, posters, pamphlets, training, etc.)

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Need AssessmentSection 5 Prevention Awareness
  • Q3 How much of a problem do you think illegal
    drug use is on base?

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Need AssessmentSection 5 Prevention Awareness
  • Q4 Which of the following do you think is more
    of a problem on base?

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Need AssessmentSection 5 Prevention Awareness
  • OTHERS were listed as follows
  • More Facilities needed (((GYM)))
  • Combination of both equally
  • Both equally
  • Misuse and Abuse of GSE Gear
  • Underage drinking
  • Spouse abuse
  • Tobacco
  • Stress from work
  • Any illegal drug use is a big problem
  • 1flight schedule, 2 Speeding, 3 long working
    hours
  • Both, often they are associated with each other
  • Alcohol Promotion
  • Im not sure there is a problem but out of the
    two there is more alcohol drank than drugs taken.
  • Speeding

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Need AssessmentSection 5 Prevention Awareness
  • Q5 Which do you think is more of a problem in
    the local Yuma area?.

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Need AssessmentSection 5 Prevention Awareness
  • OTHERS were listed as follows
  • Neither
  • Too many illegal aliens
  • Illegal aliens
  • Alcohol abuse and reckless driving
  • Both
  • Both alcohol and illegal drugs
  • Gangs and illegal drug use
  • I dont know, too busy busting my ass
  • Mexicans
  • Both, since alcohol abusers often abuse drugs as
    well
  • In the local community Im sure there is both
  • Unsafe Driving
  • People can't drive
  • Gangs, which usually involve both alcohol and
    drugs.

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Need AssessmentSection 6 Prevention Awareness
  • Q6 In your opinion, do many people on base use
    illegal drugs and/or abuse alcohol?.

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Need AssessmentSection 6 Prevention Awareness
  • Q7 Do you know people who sell, deal, and/or
    manufacture illegal drugs?

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Need AssessmentSection 5 Prevention Awareness
  • Q8 Have you ever seen or heard that illegal
    drugs being used on base?

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Need AssessmentSection 5 Prevention Awareness
  • Q9 How often do you think alcohol being abused
    on base?

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Need AssessmentSection 5 Prevention Awareness
  • Q10 Which illegal drugs have you heard being
    used most on this base? (Check all that apply)

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Need AssessmentSection 5 Prevention Awareness
  • Q11 I am not involved with the alcohol and other
    drug abuse prevention program in my command.

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Need AssessmentSection 5 Prevention Awareness
  • Q12 In addition to any genetic factors, what do
    you think is the primary factor that contributes
    to alcohol and illegal drug use?

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Need AssessmentSection 5 Prevention Awareness
  • OTHERS were listed as follows
  • Social/Peer pressure closely followed by
    Depression
  • Combination of all above
  • Boredom
  • working hard for a full 12 hour shift and then
    going home to the barracks only to clean and get
    messed with for several more hours.
  • all of the above
  • Stupidity
  • Experimentation
  • Location. Yuma is next Mexico
  • all of the above answers

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Need AssessmentSection 5 Prevention Awareness
  • OTHERS were listed as follows
  • lack of common sense
  • All of the above, minus military downsizing
  • If I would ever abuse a drug or alcohol it's
    because Im too stressed at work, which I am
  • There is not a primary factor, if you try to
    focus on one you will not give enough attention
    to the rest. At least 75 are active factors
  • all of the above
  • Parental influence
  • isolation, stress, deployment and peer pressure
    are some, since we are stationed in such an
    isolated area many young service members tend to
    abuse
  • Social/peer pressure, Depression, Stress, Family
    problems, Deployment

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Need AssessmentSection 5 Prevention Awareness
  • OTHERS were listed as follows
  • personal choice
  • Social Acceptance (perception that it is required
    for fun or relaxation)
  • The want to drink
  • All of the above
  • Mental weakness
  • Choice, period. Genetic factors are a copout
  • Ease of access combined with the lack of
    oversight

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Need AssessmentSection 5 Prevention Awareness
  • Q13 How many people, that are in your
    Unit/Department, have done illegal drugs and/or
    abuse alcohol?

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Need AssessmentSection 5 Prevention Awareness
  • Q14 If you wanted to use drugs, could you get
    them?

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Need AssessmentSection 5 Prevention Awareness
  • Q15 Where would you get them?

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Need AssessmentSection 5 Prevention Awareness
  • Q16 Would you report a Marine or Sailor for
    using illegal drugs, even though you think he/she
    is a "good Marine or Sailor?"

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Need AssessmentSection 5 Prevention Awareness
  • Q17 Would you report a Marine or Sailor, that
    you do not know, for using illegal drugs?

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Need AssessmentSection 5 Prevention Awareness
  • Q18 In your opinion, if you feel you have a
    problem with substance abuse, that you could go
    to your command and receive assistance?

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Need AssessmentSection 5 Prevention Awareness
  • Q19 Do you know before hand when your
    Unit/Department is conducting a urinalysis test?

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Need AssessmentSection 5 Prevention Awareness
  • Q20 How do you feel about your
    Unit's/Department's Urinalysis Program?

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Need AssessmentSection 5 Prevention Awareness
  • Q21 When was the last time you had any drug
    abuse prevention brief/training?

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Need AssessmentSection 5 Prevention Awareness
  • Q22 What prevention training program do you feel
    is more beneficial?

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Need AssessmentSection 5 Prevention Awareness
  • OTHERS were listed as follows
  • I dont feel I need it
  • Combination of lectures and interactive
  • None they are all pretty worthless since it goes
    in one ear and out the other, I think it would be
    more effective if done on a more personal level
  • Preventive leadership and knowledge of the
    subjects
  • What ever takes more time away from work
  • All of the above
  • I believe that they are equally effective, since
    we can reach to every service member in different
    ways
  • E-mail
  • Weekly Info
  • At this point in my life I don't need the
    classes. Just send me the email updates so I am
    aware of what to look for in someone who may have
    a problem.

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Need AssessmentSection 5 Prevention Awareness
  • Q23 In your opinion, which of the following are
    the best deterrents to illegal drug use? (Check
    all that apply)

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Need AssessmentSection 5 Prevention Awareness
  • Q24 Do you know your Unit's/Department's
    Substance Abuse Control Officer (SACO)?
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