Prevention with Impact Archives

You can download previous issues of Prevention with Impact below:

October 2012 – Volume 31 Number 1
Contents:

“Prevention Planning & Implementation Grantee’s Success in Reducing Past 30-Day Youth Alcohol Use Rates” by the MN-DHS ADAD Prevention Team

“Regional Prevention Coordinators’ Activities and Impact” by Laura Martell Kelly, Research Scientist, Wilder Foundation and Lida Gilbertson, Research Associate, Wilder Foundation

“Mood Altering Chemicals: What Do We Need to Alter? – Norms for Kids” by Kevin Spading, LADC, LICSW, CPP, Director of the Minnesota Prevention Resource Center

“Behavioral Health: Finding Common Ground” by Frances M. Harding, Director, Center for Substance Abuse Prevention, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration

“Empathy and the Prevention of Bullying” by Nancy Riestenberg, School Climate Specialist, Minnesota Department of Education

“Substance Abuse and Mental Health: Walking Forward Together in Prevention” by Glenace Edwall, PsyD, PhD, LP, MPP, Children’s Mental Health Division, Minnesota Department of Human Services

“Alcohol Marketing and Youth” by David Jernigan, PhD, Director, Center on Alcohol Marketing and Youth, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

“Making Prevention Work Better” by Jerry Jaker, MS. EdS, Executive Director of Invitation Health Institute

 

March 2012 – Volume 30 Number 2
Contents:
Binge Drinking: New Report Finds Higher Rates of Occurence; Celebrations During the Spring Season: Keeping Students Safe; I Made a Difference for My Community: Building Protective Factors in Your Town; College Drinking Data: The Consequences Behind the Party; Cyberbullying: Steps Parents can Take to Prevent Harm; Are you Ready? Using Surveys to Understand Your Community’s Needs and Readiness; Highest Compliance Rate Ever for Tobacco Sales to Youth.