Type Resource Date
PDF Suicide Prevention OBHP Activities
This presentation provides a breakdown and overview of the DBHDD Office of Behavioral Health Prevention’s suicide prevention efforts in the state of Georgia. The overview covers DBHDD’s Policy 01-118 (Suicide Prevention, Screening, Brief Intervention, and Monitoring), House Bill 198 passed by the Georgia House and Senate to establish suicide awareness and prevention training and policies in Georgia public schools through the Department of Education, and the Garrett Lee Smith (GLS) Youth Suicide Prevention Grant targeting youth ages 10-24. The presentation also introduces other activities that the OBHP suicide prevention team supports in communities throughout the state, such as gatekeeper and professional suicide prevention trainings, community coalitions, and services for survivors of suicide. Lastly, suicide prevention resources are provided for further information and education.
08/30/2016
PDF Evidence-Based Strategies for Suicide Prevention With Youth
Presented by OBHP's Sally vander Straeten, this slide set covers data on suicide among school-age children, evidence-based strategies for suicide prevention, and programs that address both alcohol prevention & suicide prevention.
08/30/2016
PDF QPR Gatekeeper Training for Suicide Prevention
The QPR Gatekeeper Training for Suicide Prevention is a brief educational program designed to teach "gatekeepers" - those who are strategically positioned to recognize and refer someone at risk of suicide - the warning signs of a suicide crisis and how to respond by following three steps.
02/27/2017
PDF Youth Suicide Prevention Literature Review 2015
Informed by trends in youth suicide prevention interventions specified in national, state, and local programming, this literature review provides an introduction to the field of youth suicide prevention.
07/27/2016
PDF Understanding Suicide Prevention, Intervention and Aftercare
This slide set focuses on presenting what the crisis of SUICIDE looks like, including the associated risks, signs and protective factors. It also covers critical aftercare procedures, especially if it is someone you know, work with, or a family member.
08/30/2016
PDF Alignment of Substance Abuse Prev, Suicide Prev, and MHP
From OBHP's Pitching Prevention 2016 Conference, this presentation from the CAPT explores creating synergies between SAP, MHP, and Suicide Prevention for the purpose of collaboration.
08/08/2016
Video Behavioral Health in Prevention Webinar
The purpose of this review is to twofold. First, it is to provide an overview of how behavioral health is aligned with substance abuse prevention. To do so, three blue ribbon papers that provide a comprehensive overview of the field will be presented. These papers offer a valuable introduction to the relationship between substance abuse prevention and behavioral health. The product of a collaborative effort by some of the top minds in the field, each paper can also serve as a source of additional information for direct service providers, administrators, and others. In addition to presenting them individually, a synthesis of common themes across these papers is provided. This synthesis will attempt to provide information about how the field of public health views the relationship between behavioral health and substance abuse prevention.
03/10/2016
PDF Sources of Strength
Sources of Strength, a universal suicide prevention program, is designed to build socioecological protective influences among youth to reduce the likelihood that vulnerable high school students will become suicidal.
02/27/2017
PDF Alignment of SAP, SP, and MHP Handout 4
The chart contained within this document highlights some concepts that are common to both the fields of SAP and Suicide Prevention, how each field understands them, and examples that illustrate each concept.
08/30/2016
PDF Behavioral Health in Prevention - Literature Review
From Prospectus Group's Ben Gleason, the purpose of this review is to twofold. First, it is to provide an overview of how behavioral health is aligned with substance abuse prevention. The secondary purpose of this review is to provide examples of substance abuse prevention programming that is aligned with behavioral health.
03/21/2016
PDF Community Briefings Prevention Toolkit: Town Hall Meetings
This toolkit is designed especially to help communities throughout the Nation plan their own underage drinking prevention Town Hall Meetings. The kit includes: - Checklists and information for coordinating and promoting activities before and after the event. - Facts about underage use of alcohol to insert in promotional and presentation materials. - A slide presentation and talking points. - A facilitator’s guide for the person who will be moderating the meeting. - Media samples such as a news release in template format for easy adaptation for local use. - Access to SAMHSA and ICCPUD resources supporting underage alcohol use prevention.
07/19/2016
Powerpoint Strategic Prevention Framework (SPF)
Strategic Prevention Framework (SPF) overview
07/27/2016
PDF Strategic Prevention Framework (SPF) Overview Briefing
Strategic Prevention Framework (SPF) overview Briefing
07/27/2016
Powerpoint SPF Overview April 25, 2011
SPF Overview Training April 25, 2011 Emphasis on what outcome-based substance abuse prevention is. What it means to be strategic. How the Strategic Prevention Framework will guide your work to produce outcomes.
07/27/2016
PDF SPF Overview PDF
GA-SPF Overview: Become familiar with outcome-based substance abuse prevention and review how the components of the framework help them to be strategic in their prevention efforts.
07/27/2016
Video SPF Overview Webinar
Webinar Goal (video) This webinar is designed to provide guidance on how to use the Strategic Prevention Framework to guide substance abuse prevention efforts.
08/12/2016
PDF SPF Overview Webinar Materials
Webinar Goal (materials) This webinar is designed to provide guidance on how to use the Strategic Prevention Framework to guide substance abuse prevention efforts.
08/12/2016
PDF The Juvenile Courts and Prevention
This presentation provides a basic understanding of the Georgia court system and where to focus your prevention strategy, as well as an introduction to what works in offender programming and how your prevention strategy might fit.
08/30/2016
PDF Unleashing the Power of Prevention Discussion Paper
30 year body of research and more than 50 programs showing that behavioral health problems can be prevented. This critical mass of prevention science is converging with growing interest in prevention across health care, education, child psychiatry, child welfare, and juvenile justice.
07/27/2016
PDF ACE's Understanding Youth Trauma Resources
From OBHP's Pitching Prevention 2016 Conference, this resource provides a listing of trauma informed care resources.
08/08/2016
PDF Behavioral Health Disparity in the Context of Prevention
This presentation provides some background on health disparities and CLAS, introduces SAMHSA’s Strategy for Behavioral Health Disparities, and discusses behavioral health disparity in the context of prevention.
08/30/2016
PDF Communities That Care (CTC)
Communities That Care (CTC) prevention system is a community-level intervention that mobilizes stakeholders to collaborate on selecting and implementing evidence-based prevention programs designed to prevent youth problem behaviors, such as substance abuse and delinquency.
02/27/2017
PDF Engaged Participation in Prevention Programs Webinar
This slide set accompanies a webinar exploring challenges to participation in prevention programs, as well as how to face them.
07/19/2016
PDF Georgia Epidemiological Profile for Substance Abuse Prevention
The Georgia Epidemiological Profile illustrates the status and implications of the use of alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs that affect the health status of Georgians. The data presented in the Profile, collected by various state-based surveillance systems, describe the statewide consumption patterns by sex, race/ethnicity, age and other socio-demographic variables. The Profile also describes the related consequences of these behaviors. The goal of this Profile is to guide relevant and effective prevention strategies by first understanding the prevalence and patterns of substance-related problems and the factors that contribute to them.
07/21/2016
PDF Increasing Participation in Prevention Programs
This article describes details of an integrated approach used to recruit and retain at-risk high school youths, their parents, and high schools to two different comprehensive, “indicated” prevention programs.
07/21/2016
PDF Logic Model Video Webinar (Materials)
Webinar Goal: Participants will explore how logic models demonstrate the theory of effectiveness for substance abuse prevention programs and strategies.
09/08/2016
Video Logic Model Video Webinar (Video)
Webinar Goal: Participants will explore how logic models demonstrate the theory of effectiveness for substance abuse prevention programs and strategies.
09/08/2016
PDF Power of Prevention
Community Engagement document
07/27/2016
PDF Preventing Mental, Emotional, and Behavioral Disorders Among Young People: Progress and Possibilities
This report builds on a highly valued predecessor, the 1994 Institute of Medicine (IOM) report entitled Reducing Risks for Mental Disorders: Frontiers for Preventive Intervention Research. That report provided the basis for understanding prevention science, elucidating its then-existing research base, and contemplating where it should go in the future. This report documents that an increasing number of mental, emotional, and behavioral problems in young people are in fact preventable.
03/11/2017
PDF Preventing Rx Drug Misuse - Programs & Strategies
From the CAPT, this document provides brief summaries of substance abuse prevention strategies and associated programs that have been evaluated to determine their effects on NMUPD. It should be considered a resource for state and community prevention practitioners seeking information on interventions to reduce NMUPD.
08/22/2016
Word Prevention Acronyms
Prevention Acronyms
07/27/2016
PDF Prevention Conference 2016 Brochure
Brochure for the DBHDD Prevention Conference 2016.
07/28/2016
PDF Promoting Behavioral Health Through Effective Prevention Interventions
This presentation familiarizes viewers with national clearinghouses and other resources used to disseminate effective preventive interventions, identifies tested and effective preventive interventions in school, family, community, and environmental settings, and identifies implementation issues associated with preventive interventions.
08/30/2016
PDF Safe Homes Leadership Action Guide
This tool kit has been produced by the PLCB to assist parents, schools, and communities in helping to prevent children from using alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs. Proven prevention methods, including education and community programs, exist which help foster environmental change by changing the social norms. The goal of these efforts is to change what some parents and kids see as normal patterns of behavior involving underage use of alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs. Prevention efforts work best when all segments of the community become involved.
08/08/2016
PDF SMART Moves (Skills Mastery & Resistance Training)
SMART Moves (Skills Mastery and Resistance Training), a community-based program, is designed to promote substance use prevention and avoidance of early sexual activity. The program helps young people develop better decision-making and refusal skills, become more assertive, and recognize negative peer and media influences.
02/27/2017
Video Sustainability 2.0 Webinar
- Define sustainability - Illustrate ways of implementing the Keys to Sustainability into prevention work - Review of commonly used sustainability frameworks
11/13/2015
PDF Strategic Prevention in Georgia
This guide serves as an introduction to Georgia's Strategic Prevention System, a multilevel, network-based system aimed to prevent substance use and abuse and promote healthy choices among Georgians by implementing sustainable, evidence-based strategies.
02/27/2017
PDF The Use and Misuse of Prescription Drugs
Examining the increasing rate and character of prescription drug overdose deaths, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (2012) indicated that prevention efforts must target users receiving high doses, people soliciting drugs from multiple doctors, and users involved in drug diversion.
09/02/2017
SPF Overview
02/17/2016
SPF Overview
02/17/2016
SPF Overview
02/17/2016
SPF Overview
02/17/2016
SPF Overview
02/17/2016
SPF Overview
02/17/2016
PDF Using Data to Pitch Substance Abuse Prevention
From RTI, this presentation explores the relationship between evaluation and continued prevention efforts.
08/30/2016
PDF Working With DOR and CVIOG on Compliance Checks
This presentation provides a brief history of the Department of Revenue and Carl Vincent Institute of Government, what the areas do and what they do not do, statutory requirements, operational considerations, and how local jurisdictions may and may not be involved. We will explore how a comprehensive cohesive strategy may assist in prevention efforts in Georgia and opportunities to further collaborate and synergize efforts for underage alcohol and underage tobacco use prevention. We will also explore how compliance and enforcement data might be used to the benefit of all stakeholders. This workshop will generate ideas, strategic initiatives and resources not previously identified.
08/30/2016
PDF ACE's Understanding Youth Trauma
From OBHP's Pitching Prevention 2016 Conference, this presentation provides an understanding of youth trauma.
08/08/2016
PDF Alcohol Education Program Alcohol Server Education Online Training Manual
This training manual was written in part by by the Oregon Liquor Control Commission (OLCC) and The Academy of Training and Prevention (ATP) to provide liquor licensees and service permittees with an understanding of Oregon's Alcohol Server Education law, as well as other laws and liabilities surrounding the sale and consumption of alcohol.
02/22/2017
PDF Alcohol Outlet Density Regulation: an Action Guide
This Action Guide provides public health departments, community coalitions, and other organizations with an introduction to the health and social problems associated with alcohol outlet density and an overview of available evidence-based community prevention strategies for addressing this environmental risk factor.
07/06/2016
PDF Alcohol Outlets and Our Community: A Health Impact Assessment
From May 2010 through August 2010, Mendocino County Public Health Services Prevention and Planning Unit conducted a health impact assessment of the effects of alcohol outlet density on the health of the community. This report summarizes the activities and findings of this health impact assessment (HIA).
07/06/2016
PDF Alcohol & Underage Drinking
From OBHP's Pitching Prevention 2016 Conference, this slide set covers strategies to reduce driving under the influence of alcohol.
08/08/2016
PDF Alignment of SAP, SP, and MHP Handout 2
This document provides information on data sources that can assist Georgia Partnership for Success (PFS) grantees in finding county, state, and national level data on indicators of non-medical use of prescription drugs and suicide to identify opportunities for potential collaboration in areas where potential links are found. It is developed in response to a request from Georgia for this information.
08/30/2016
PDF Alignment of SAP, SP, and MHP Handout 3
The shared risk and protective factors presented in this handout are categorized according to the social-ecological model, which allows us to consider the different contexts in which these factors exist, examine how they interact, and choose prevention strategies that operate at multiple levels in order to achieve the greatest impact.
08/30/2016
PDF Alignment of SAP, SP, and MHP Handout 6
This tool presents some important principles of collaboration. Understanding these principles will help you develop the relationships you need to plan, implement, evaluate, and sustain your prevention efforts, and to deepen these relationships over time.
08/30/2016
PDF Alignment of SAP, SP, and MHP Handout 7
This worksheet is designed to help you assess whether your prevention team or organization is ready to engage in collaboration.
08/30/2016
PDF Applying Environmental Strategies to Affect Sustainable Community Change
This is a training on how to apply environmental strategies for substance abuse prevention.
07/19/2016
PDF BetheWallCombined_SalelPrice
This PDF contains images of materials available for purchase for conducting the Be The Wall alcohol prevention intervention.
02/22/2017
PDF Communication Campaign
This guide provides resources for Social Marketing and other communication campaigns.
07/19/2016
PDF Teen Party Ordinance Controlled Party Dispersal Guide
Teen Party Ordinance Controlled Party Dispersal Guide. Enforcing Underage Drinking Laws Seizing Opportunities and Overcoming Challenges Party Prevention & Controlled Party Dispersal
07/19/2016
PDF CPAW Guiding Growth Survey
This short survey asks some brief questions about CPAW members' professional expertise and competencies as well as about infrastructure in their organization. This tool enables agencies to better address statewide substance abuse prevention needs by highlighting our diverse expertise and ascertaining the skills and resources available for tackling internal projects, seeking local and federal funding, and reaching out to their communities. This survey may also help identify the training needs of members, utilize and manage resources efficiently, identify new resources and partnerships, address cultural competency (i.e. diversity), and develop an advantageous and sustainable alliance.
07/19/2016
PDF CPAW Supplementary Info
Developed by DBHDD, this document provides some supplementary information about the function of the CPAW in carrying out community-based prevention interventions.
07/19/2016
PDF Cultural Competency
This presentation covers several elements of cultural competence as it relates to prevention.
08/30/2016
Powerpoint Environmental Strategies Workshop
This slide set explores the role of environmental strategies in substance abuse prevention, and discusses best practices for their selection.
07/21/2016
PDF Example Key Stakeholders Updates
This flyer from Delaware's SPF-SIG provides an example of how to update key stakeholders on your community's progress in prevention.
07/21/2016
Word GASPS-API Step 3 - Planning Tip Sheet (2013)
From 2013, this document details the statewide goals for the Alcohol Prevention Initiative, and provides tips for strategic planning.
07/21/2016
Video GASPS SPF Process Overview Webinar
SPF Process Overview Webinar. This video is perfect for those that need a refresher on Georgia's SPF-aligned block grant.
07/21/2016
Powerpoint GEN Rx
This presentation introduces the GEN Rx Project, a GASPS prescription drug prevention initiative.
07/21/2016
PDF Key Stakeholder Analysis (ASAPP 2017)
Key Stakeholder Analysis Overview This is the model that ASAPP providers are encouraged to use for ASAPP prevention project. Providers will need to develop their own tool (excel or work) based on page #5
06/20/2017
PDF SPF Needs Assessment Example (Early Co. GA)
Example of a completed SPF aligned needs assessment.
07/21/2016
PDF Parenting & Family Strategies for Delinquency Prevention
This guide was developed to help program planners, policy makers, and service providers determine the most effective family-focused and parenting intervention strategies for the high-risk youth and families they serve.
07/27/2016
PDF Preventing Rx Drug Misuse - Overview of Factors & Strategies
From the CAPT, this document provides an overview of two decision-support tools that highlight factors and strategies associated NMUPD. These include:  Preventing Prescription Drug Misuse: Understanding Who Is at Risk, which summarizes information from cross-sectional and longitudinal studies on factors that have been shown to either increase risk of or protect against NMUPD.  Preventing Prescription Drug Misuse: Programs and Strategies, which provides brief summaries of substance abuse prevention strategies and associated programs that have been evaluated to determine their effects on NMUPD.
08/22/2016
PDF Prevention of Alcohol-Related Motor Vehicle Crashes - Logic Model Documentation
From the Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation (PIRE), the goal of this Logic Model is to document the best available research evidence as well as identify gaps or areas in our understanding which need further study or replication in future research.
07/27/2016
PDF Prevention of Meth Use and Associated Harms
From the Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation (PIRE), the goal of this Logic Model is to document the best available research evidence as well as identify gaps or areas in our understanding which need further study or replication in future research.
07/27/2016
PDF Prevention of UAD - Logic Model Documentation
From the Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation (PIRE), the goal of this Logic Model is to document the best available research evidence as well as identify gaps or areas in our understanding which need further study or replication in future research.
07/27/2016
PDF Project AWARE Advancing Wellness and Resilience in Education
From OBHP's Pitching Prevention 2016 Conference, this training covers Project AWARE's approach to advancing wellness and resilience in education.
08/08/2016
PDF Reconnecting Youth - a Peer Group Approach to Building Life Skills
Reconnecting Youth: A Peer Group Approach to Building Life Skills is a school-based prevention program for students ages 14-19 years that teaches skills to build resiliency against risk factors and control early signs of substance abuse and emotional distress.
02/27/2017
PDF Reducing the Use and Misuse of Heroin
Overdose deaths from heroin and prescription opioids are a major public health problem that has reached epidemic proportions in the United States in recent years. Since 1999 the number of overdose deaths involving opioids quadrupled (CDC, 2016). From 2000 to 2015 more than half a million people died from drug overdoses, with more than six out of ten involving an opioid (Rudd et al., 2016). Ninety-one Americans die every day from an opioid overdose (CDC, 2017). In Australia, overdose has become a leading cause of morbidity and mortality among heroin injectors (Roxburgh &, Degenhardt, 2008). To address these crises, numerous public health researchers have developed and studied various strategies for prevention, intervention, and treatment, offering analysis of the conditions of the problem as well as potentially successful approaches.
05/06/2017
PDF REDUCING the USE & MISUSE of MARIJUANA (Literature Review)
Today, about 2.5 percent of the world population consumes cannabis - commonly called marijuana - compared to 0.2 percent for cocaine and 0.2 percent for opiates (WHO, 2017). Often linked to youth culture, cannabis abuse has grown rapidly in the past decade, while teens’ perceptions of the risks of marijuana use have declined (NIH, 2017). In the United States specifically, marijuana is the most commonly used illicit drug and is often associated with cognitive and physical risks, as well as long- term addiction (SAMSHA, 2016). Thus, marijuana prevention programs may go a long way in reducing these risks.
04/14/2017
PDF Shared Risk and Protective Factors for Substance Misuse and Mental Health Disorders
This document presents shared risk and protective factors,categorized according to the social-ecological model, which allows us to consider the different contexts in which these factors exist, examine how they interact, and choose prevention strategies that operate at multiple levels in order to achieve the greatest impact.
08/30/2016
PDF Harnessing the Power of Social Media - Primer on Social Media
From the CAPT, this webinar covers various aspects of utilizing social media in prevention work. Access webinar here: http://edc.adobeconnect.com/p86a8tu1jcz/
07/27/2016
PDF Harnessing the Power of Social Media - Sites and Applications
From the CAPT, this webinar covers various aspects of utilizing social media in prevention work. Access webinar here: http://edc.adobeconnect.com/p86a8tu1jcz/
07/27/2016
PDF Harnessing the Power of Social Media - Social Media & the SPF
From the CAPT, this webinar covers various aspects of utilizing social media in prevention work. Access webinar here: http://edc.adobeconnect.com/p86a8tu1jcz/
07/27/2016
PDF Harnessing the Power of Social Media - SAP Messaging Tip Sheet
From the CAPT, this webinar covers various aspects of utilizing social media in prevention work. Access webinar here: http://edc.adobeconnect.com/p86a8tu1jcz/
07/27/2016
Powerpoint Social Marketing Basics Training Slides
This slide set explores the utility of Social Marketing in substance abuse prevention, and how it can work as an environmental strategy.
07/27/2016
PDF Social Marketing Basics Workbook
This workbook accompanies a slide set that explores the utility of Social Marketing in substance abuse prevention, and how it can work as an environmental strategy.
07/27/2016
PDF Social Norms Marketing - Montana's Seven Step Model
The 7-Step Montana Model on Social Norms Marketing was developed to expand the application of social normative theory to prevention practice. The Montana Model contains specific protocol for conducting social norms marketing in a variety of settings, and was used to create the Most of Us campaign.
07/27/2016
PDF SPF Needs Assessment Example (Bulloch Co. GA)
Example of a completed SPF aligned needs assessment.
07/27/2016
Powerpoint SPF Needs Assessment Overview
This power point provides an overview an SPF Needs Assessment Process.
07/27/2016
PDF Stay on Track
Stay on Track is a school-based substance abuse prevention curriculum conducted over a 3-year period with students in grades 6 through 8.
02/27/2017
PDF Sticker Shock AJC Newspaper Article CPACS Youth - by WAT SINTHARATTANA
Newspaper Article CPACS Center for Pan Asian Community Services (CPACS) and its high school youth launched the second year of their alcohol prevention campaign. BY WAT SINTHARATTANA
07/27/2016
PDF Guidelines for Implementation of Sticker Shock, Maine
The Sticker Shock Campaign is designed to reach adults who might purchase alcohol legally and provide it to minors. Stickers warning about the penalties for furnishing alcohol to minors are placed on all multi-packs of beer, wine coolers, and other alcohol products that might appeal to underage drinkers. Maine Office of Substance Abuse Prevention.
07/27/2016
PDF Storytelling for Empowerment
Storytelling for Empowerment is a school-based, bilingual (English and Spanish) intervention for teenagers at risk for substance abuse, HIV, and other problem behaviors due to living in impoverished communities with high availability of drugs and limited health care services.
02/27/2017
PDF Strengthening Families Program
Strengthening Families Program is a family skills training program designed to increase resilience and reduce risk factors for behavioral, emotional, academic, and social problems in children 3-16 years old.
02/27/2017
PDF The Logic in Effective Substance Abuse Prevention Handouts
These handouts accompany the webinar by the same title, created by Paula Feathers to provide an introduction to logic modeling as it relates to the SPF.
07/19/2016
PDF The Pink Book - Making Health Communication Programs Work
This document explores the role of health communication in disease prevention and control; what health communication can and cannot do; planning frameworks, theories, and models of change; and how research and evaluation fit into communication programs.
07/27/2016
PDF Too Good for Drugs
Too Good for Drugs is a school-based prevention program for kindergarten through 12th grade that builds on student's resiliency by teaching them how to be socially competent and autonomous problem solvers.
02/27/2017
PDF Training and Technical Assistance System - GA ASAPP
Training and Technical Assistance System Overview for Georgia Prevention System Administered by Prospectus Group
05/15/2017
PDF Use of Local Data and Science to Support Environmental Prevention December 5 2014
Certificate of Completion for Strategic Planning training December 5, 2014
07/27/2016
PDF Use of Mass Media Campaigns in Pubic Health
Mass media campaigns are widely used to expose high proportions of large populations to messages through routine uses of existing media, such as television, radio, and newspapers. Exposure to such messages is, therefore, generally passive. Such campaigns are frequently competing with factors, such as pervasive product marketing, powerful social norms, and behaviours driven by addiction or habit. In this Review we discuss the outcomes of mass media campaigns in the context of various health-risk behaviours (eg, use of tobacco, alcohol, and other drugs, heart disease risk factors, sex-related behaviours, road safety, cancer screening and prevention, child survival, and organ or blood donation).
05/06/2017
PDF Working With Local Evaluators - What to Ask and Look For
From OBHP's Pitching Prevention 2016 Conference, this presentation provides helpful information for communities as they engage local evaluators.
08/08/2016
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