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|
|What Can Schools Do to Support Children Affected by the Opioid Crisis?||
As the opioid crisis deepens, thousands of children are traumatized by the consequences of addiction in their homes. By integrating trauma-informed approaches, schools can create safe, supportive environments that help these children thrive.
|What Does It Mean to be Evidence-based?||
This resource presents three criteria for determining if an intervention is evidence-based.
|What Is a Comprehensive Approach to Opioid Overdose Prevention?||
Delivered January 24, 2019, this hour-long webinar explores the benefits of a comprehensive prevention approach and examples of successful implementation.
|What Is Naloxone?||
This short animation developed by EDC for the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration depicts how Naloxone, an opioid overdose-reversal medication, works in the body.
|Why Social-Emotional Learning Now?||
PS@EDC’s Chuck Klevgaard discusses why more schools are selecting social-emotional learning programs to address their substance misuse prevention needs.
|Words Matter: How Language Choice Can Reduce Stigma||
This resource examines the role of language in perpetuating substance use disorder stigma, followed by tips for assessing when and how we may be using stigmatizing language, and steps for ensuring that the language we use and messages we deliver are positive, productive, and inclusive.
|You Gotta Hear This! Developing an Effective Elevator Pitch||
Learn how to develop a compelling argument, or “elevator pitch,” for asking potential partners to collaborate.