Access a range of print and online resources developed by EDC to prevent substance misuse and related behavioral health problems. More resources coming soon!
|Resource Title||Description||Resource Type|
|Collaborating with Higher Ed||
This tip sheet provides an introduction to key players involved in on-campus substance abuse prevention efforts, important considerations for working together, and examples of how to engage campuses and college students in community prevention efforts.
|Collaboration Across SAMHSA's Strategic Prevention Framework||
This tool presents opportunities for collaborating at each step of the SPF.
|Community Responses to Marijuana Legislation||
Gisela Rots discusses what effective youth prevention programs could look like at a time when marijuana is becoming more mainstream.
|Conceptual Fit: Matching Factors and Interventions (Selected Examples)||
This resource offers examples of evidence-based interventions that address risk and protective factors associated with underage drinking.
|Criteria for Analyzing Assessment Data||
Analyzing assessment data with five key criteria can provide insight into how to focus efforts to meet community needs and set prevention priorities.
|Crosswalk of PS@EDC Online Courses by Prevention Specialist IC&RC Performance Domains||
See how Prevention Solutions@EDC’s 12 online courses map on to the International Certification and Reciprocity Consortium (IC@RC)’s six performance domains.
|Cultural Approaches to Prevention: Tools to Guide Practice||
This presentation describes a suite of tools to support the prevention of substance misuse and related behavioral health problems among American Indian/Alaska Native populations, including how they were developed and potential applications.
|Cultural Factors that Protect Against Substance Misuse and Promote Mental Health in American Indian and Alaska Native Populations||
This tool provides a summary of research findings on cultural factors associated with substance misuse prevention and mental health promotion among American Indian and Alaska Native populations.