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Title: Preventing Substance Abuse


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  • Preventing Substance Abuse

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DRUGS AND THE MEDIA
  • Prime-Time Drug Prevention Programming
  • Congress approved 1 billion for anti-drug
    advertising at reduced rates
  • Struck deal to incorporate drug prevention
    messages in program content

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DEFINING GOALS AND EVALUATING OUTCOMES
  • The Goal Is to Educate You
  • ___________________________
  • ___________________________
  • _________________________

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DEFINING GOALS AND EVALUATING OUTCOMES
  • The Evaluation
  • Should success be measured by
  • Altering a persons drug behavior?
  • Determining how much a person knows about drugs?

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TYPES OF PREVENTION
  • Primary Prevention - _________________
  • Aimed at people who have not tried substances
  • Might encourage complete abstinence
  • Dangers?

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TYPES OF PREVENTION
  • Secondary Prevention - _______________
  • Aimed at ____________________________
  • Urges avoiding more dangerous substances
  • Urges avoiding more dangerous forms of the same
    substance

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TYPES OF PREVENTION
  • Tertiary Prevention - _________________
  • Relapse prevention
  • Follow-up programs

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TYPES OF PREVENTION
  • What about Harm Reduction models?

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PREVENTION PROGRAMSIN THE SCHOOLS
  • The Knowledge-Attitudes-Behavior Model
  • Affective Education
  • Values clarification
  • Alternatives to drugs
  • Personal and social skills

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PREVENTION PROGRAMSIN THE SCHOOLS
  • Drug-Free Schools
  • Government sponsored program in 1986
  • Did not recommend specific curriculum
  • Suggested school policies on drug and alcohol use
  • Peer Counseling
  • Uses respected students
  • These students given specialized training

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PREVENTION PROGRAMSIN THE SCHOOLS
  • Development of the Social Influence Model
  • Public commitment
  • Countering advertising
  • Normative education
  • Use of teen leaders

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PREVENTION PROGRAMSIN THE SCHOOLS
  • Drug Abuse Resistance Education (DARE)
  • Joint Los Angeles Police Department and school
    district
  • Uniformed officers took message to fifth- and
    sixth-graders
  • Expanded nationally

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PREVENTION PROGRAMSIN THE SCHOOLS
  • Drug Abuse Resistance Education (DARE)
  • Projects that work
  • Several programs patterned after DARE
  • Project ALERT
  • The Life Skills Training Program

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PEERS, PARENTS, AND THE COMMUNITY
  • Peer Programs
  • Peer influence
  • Peer participation
  • Parent and Family Programs
  • Informational programs
  • Parenting skills
  • Parent support groups
  • Family interaction

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PEERS, PARENTS, AND THE COMMUNITY
  • Community Programs
  • Traditional programs
  • Project STAR (Students Taught Awareness and
    Resistance)

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WHAT SHOULD WE BE DOING?
  • Programs and approaches that dont work
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