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Update on Indiana’s 6 Priority Drugs. Safe & Drug Free Schools Workshop Prepared by: Barbara Seitz de Martinez, PhD, MLS, CPP April 2009. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • Update on Indianas 6 Priority DrugsSafe & Drug Free Schools WorkshopPrepared by:Barbara Seitz de Martinez, PhD, MLS, CPP April 2009

    The Indiana Prevention Resource Center is funded, in part, by a contract with the Indiana Family and Social Services Administration, Division of Mental Health and Addiction, financially supported through HHS/Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Administration, Center for Substance Abuse Prevention, Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment Block Grant. The IPRC is operated by the Indiana University Department of Applied Health Science and School of Health, Physical Education and Recreation. It is affiliated with the Department's Institute of Drug Abuse Prevention.

  • Prevention Planning (SPF) Logic ModelSubstance-RelatedConsequencesand UseIntervening FactorsStrategiesAdapted from CSAP, Strategic Prevention Framework, Indianapolis, Feb. 21, 2006www.in.gov/dcs/policies/dec.html

  • Prevention Planning ModelSubstance-RelatedConsequencesand UseIntervening FactorsUseWhoWhatHowWhereWhy

    ConsequencesTo the individualTo the familyTo schools and other institutionsTo communityCommunityAvailabilityPriceRetailSocialSocial NormsEnforcement

    IndividualPerceptions of riskPerceptions of harmStrategiesAddress problems identified and causal factorsAdapted from CSAP, Strategic Prevention Framework, Indianapolis, Feb. 21, 2006

  • 1. Alcohol

  • **Graphs of drug use sources:Chart Pack to the SEOW Report, 2008, http://www.policyinstitute.iu.edu/PubsPDFs/Chart%20Pack%202008.pdf

  • **Graphs of drug use sources:IPRC Survey of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drug Use by Indiana Children and Adolescents, 2008.http://www.drugs.indiana.edu

  • **Alcohol All Arrests (DUI, PI, LLV)Chart Pack to the SEOW Report, 2008, http://www.policyinstitute.iu.edu/PubsPDFs/Chart%20Pack%202008.pdf

  • *www.drugs.indiana.edu*Alcohol Past Year Use, 6th-12thIPRC, ATOD Survey, 2008

  • *www.drugs.indiana.edu*Alcohol Past Month Use, 6th-12thIPRC, ATOD Survey, 2008

  • *www.drugs.indiana.edu*Alcohol Use, 6th-12th gradersIPRC, ATOD Survey, 2008

  • *www.drugs.indiana.edu*Alcohol Use Past Mo, 6th-12th, GenderIPRC, ATOD Survey, 2008

  • *www.drugs.indiana.edu*Binge Drinking, 6th-12th gradersIPRC, ATOD Survey, 2008

  • Prevention Planning ModelSubstance-RelatedConsequencesand UseIntervening FactorsCommunityAvailabilityPriceRetailSocialSocial NormsEnforcement

    IndividualPerceptions of riskPerceptions of harmStrategiesReduce availabilityLegislation/PolicyDrug specific tacticsAwareness campaignsCommunity actionCurricula / programsTrainings CPS SchoolProvisions for ChildrenHealthcare workersLaw enforcementSupport, Resources

    Adapted from CSAP, Strategic Prevention Framework, Indianapolis, Feb. 21, 2006UseWhoWhatHowWhereWhy

    ConsequencesTo the individualTo the familyTo schools and other institutionsTo community

  • Prevention Planning (SPF) Logic ModelIntervening FactorsLack of communication by +Too much communication by AdsDepictions in movies, etc.Clothing - logosCommunityAvailabilityPriceRetailSocialSocial NormsEnforcement

    AvailabilityDenial of problem Tolerate behaviorSupport behavior Density of outletsIllegal salesWrong communicationFalse Perceptions of Use NormsFueled by advertising, extraverted behaviorsLack of monitoringPeer influenceAccess to risky contextsSetting rules, boundaries, limitationsEconomic pressuresShort term gainParents working 3 jobs

  • Prevention Planning (SPF) Logic ModelIntervening FactorsLegislation/Policies/Regulations, e.g.,Bans, e.g., on Caffeinated Alcohol Smoking bans, e.g., in cars/kids, barsTaxes on alcohol and tobaccoMandatory carding and finesCompliance checks with finesKeep legal age 21 for alcoholCommunityAvailabilityPriceRetailSocialSocial NormsEnforcement

    Raise awareness Enforce laws Resist new outlets Stop illegal saleStrategiesCommunication-- parents, teacher, doctorEnergizing youth Counter-advertising by youthclothing, ads, etc.Peer helpers Video contests for youth PSAsMultiple Domains: Town Hall meetingsStrengthen bonds parents, school, townProtective activities at home, school, beyond Economic pressuresHold the line Legal age Sun. sales Alcohol placement Support parents Fill empty glass + More time w/ kids Quality time Model + Instill values

  • www.alcoholfreechildren.org (Governors Spouses)

  • www.theantidrug.com(National Youth Anti-Drug Media Campaign, ONDCP)

  • www.freevibe.com(National Youth Anti-Drug Media Campaign, ONDCP)

  • www.drugabuse.gov (National Institute on Drug Abuse)

  • www.timetotalk.org (Partnership for a Drug-Free Am)

  • www.timetoact.drugfree.org (Partnership for a Drug-Free Am)

  • www.jointogether.com (National Youth Anti-Drug Media Campaign, ONDCP)

  • *www.drugs.indiana.edu*www.drugs.indiana.edu

  • 2. Tobacco

  • **Smoking by Gender, IN & USChart Pack to the SEOW Report, 2008, http://www.policyinstitute.iu.edu/PubsPDFs/Chart%20Pack%202008.pdf

  • **Smoking by Race/EthnicityChart Pack to the SEOW Report, 2008, http://www.policyinstitute.iu.edu/PubsPDFs/Chart%20Pack%202008.pdf

  • *www.drugs.indiana.edu*Tobacco Use -- Past Mo, Ages 12+Chart Pack to the SEOW Report, 2008, http://www.policyinstitute.iu.edu/PubsPDFs/Chart%20Pack%202008.pdfIPRC, ATOD Survey, 2008www.drugs.indiana.eduIPRC, ATOD Survey, 2008

  • **Cigarette Use Past Mo, Ages 12+Chart Pack to the SEOW Report, 2008, http://www.policyinstitute.iu.edu/PubsPDFs/Chart%20Pack%202008.pdfwww.drugs.indiana.eduChart Pack to the SEOW Report, 2008, http://www.policyinstitute.iu.edu/PubsPDFs/Chart%20Pack%202008.pdf

  • **Cigarette Use Past Year, 6th-12thwww.drugs.indiana.eduIPRC, ATOD Survey, 2008

  • **Cigarette Use Past Mo, 6th-12thwww.drugs.indiana.eduIPRC, ATOD Survey, 2008

  • *www.drugs.indiana.edu*Cigarette Use Past Mo, 6th-12th, GenderIPRC, ATOD Survey, 2008

  • **Smokeless Tobacco Past Mo, 6th-12thwww.drugs.indiana.eduIPRC, ATOD Survey, 2008

  • CDCwww.cdc.gov/tobacco/

  • CDCwww.cdc.gov/tobacco/

  • 3. Marijuana

  • CDCwww.cdc.gov/tobacco/

  • *www.drugs.indiana.edu*Marijuana -- Past Month, Ages 12+

  • **Marijuana -- IN and US TreatmentChart Pack to the SEOW Report, 2008, http://www.policyinstitute.iu.edu/PubsPDFs/Chart%20Pack%202008.pdf

  • **Marijuana: Monthly Use, Studentswww.drugs.indiana.eduIPRC, ATOD Survey, 2008

  • *www.drugs.indiana.edu*Marijuana Use Past Mo, 6th-12th, GenderIPRC, ATOD Survey, 2008

  • **Monthly Marijuana Use, 12th gr, 76-08www.drugs.indiana.eduIPRC, ATOD Survey, 2008

  • 4. Methamphetamine

  • www.abovetheinfluence.org (National Youth Anti-Drug Media Campaign, ONDCP)

  • www.orpartnership/web/tacklingmeth.asp (Oregon Partnership)

  • www.orpartnership/web/tacklingmeth.asp (Oregon Partnership)

  • **Meth -- Treatment Chart Pack to the SEOW Report, 2008, http://www.policyinstitute.iu.edu/PubsPDFs/Chart%20Pack%202008.pdf

  • *www.drugs.indiana.edu*Methamphetamine

  • Consequences for Children of Meth in the Home

  • 5. Cocaine

  • **Cocaine Chart Pack to the SEOW Report, 2008, http://www.policyinstitute.iu.edu/PubsPDFs/Chart%20Pack%202008.pdf

  • **Past Year Cocaine Use, Ages 12+www.drugs.indiana.eduIPRC, ATOD Survey, 2008Chart Pack to the SEOW Report, 2008, http://www.policyinstitute.iu.edu/PubsPDFs/Chart%20Pack%202008.pdf

  • *www.drugs.indiana.edu*Cocaine Primary Treatment, IN & USChart Pack to the SEOW Report, 2008, http://www.policyinstitute.iu.edu/PubsPDFs/Chart%20Pack%202008.pdf

  • 5. HeroinMissouri Institute of Mental Healthwww.notinmyhouse.org

  • **GamblingAwareness-LChart Pack to the SEOW Report, 2008, http://www.policyinstitute.iu.edu/PubsPDFs/Chart%20Pack%202008.pdf

  • *www.drugs.indiana.edu*Heroin: Lifetime Use, HSChart Pack to the SEOW Report, 2008, http://www.policyinstitute.iu.edu/PubsPDFs/Chart%20Pack%202008.pdf

  • *www.drugs.indiana.edu*Heroin: Treatment, IN & USChart Pack to the SEOW Report, 2008, http://www.policyinstitute.iu.edu/PubsPDFs/Chart%20Pack%202008.pdf

    www.drugs.indiana.edu

  • 7. Prescription Drugs

  • 5. HeroinPartnership for a Drug-Free Americawww.notinmyhouse.com

  • ONDCPwww.theantidrug.com

  • Indiana Prevention Resource Centerwww.KeepRxSafe.com

  • **Rx Drugs: Narcotics and Tranquilizers Chart Pack to the SEOW Report, 2008, http://www.policyinstitute.iu.edu/PubsPDFs/Chart%20Pack%202008.pdf

  • *www.drugs.indiana.edu*www.latino.prev.info

  • *www.drugs.indiana.edu*www.prev.info

  • *www.drugs.indiana.edu*www.prev.info

  • *www.drugs.indiana.edu*ATOD Survey of 6th -12th Graders

  • Indiana Prevention Resource Center501 N. Morton, Suite110Bloomington, IN 47404

    Phone: (800) 346-3077Fax: (812) 855-4940E-mail: [email protected]: http://www.drugs.indiana.edu

  • Barbara Seitz de Martinez, PhD, MLS, CPPDeputy Director, Head LibrarianIN Prevention Resource Center800 / 346-3077812 / [email protected] you!

  • StrategiesSubstance-RelatedConsequencesand UseIntervening FactorsUseWhoWhatHowWhereWhy

    ConsequencesTo the individualTo the familyTo schools and other institutionsTo communityCommunityAvailabilityPriceRetailSocialSocial NormsEnforcement

    IndividualPerceptions of riskPerceptions of harmStrategiesAddress problems identified and causal factorsAdapted from CSAP, Strategic Prevention Framework, Indianapolis, Feb. 21, 2006

  • StrategiesSubstance-RelatedConsequencesand UseIntervening FactorsUseWhoWhatHowWhereWhy

    ConsequencesTo the individualTo the familyTo schools and other institutionsTo communityCommunityAvailabilityPriceRetailSocialSocial NormsEnforcement

    IndividualPerceptions of riskPerceptions of harmStrategiesAddress problems identified and causal factorsAdapted from CSAP, Strategic Prevention Framework, Indianapolis, Feb. 21, 2006

  • StrategiesSubstance-RelatedConsequencesand UseIntervening FactorsCommunityCrimeFamily servicesSchoolHealthcare

    IndividualPhysical damagePsychological damageHarm loved onesFamily disintegrationCommunityAvailabilityPriceRetailSocialSocial NormsEnforcement

    IndividualPerceptions of riskPerceptions of harmStrategiesAddress problems identified and causal factorsAdapted from CSAP, Strategic Prevention Framework, Indianapolis, Feb. 21, 2006

  • *www.drugs.indiana.edu*Cocaine Mention -- Treatment EpisodesChart Pack to the SEOW Report, 2008, http://www.policyinstitute.iu.edu/PubsPDFs/Chart%20Pack%202008.pdf

  • **Alcohol-Related Deaths, 2000-2006Chart Pack to the SEOW Report, 2008, http://www.policyinstitute.iu.edu/PubsPDFs/Chart%20Pack%202008.pdf

  • Prevention Planning ModelSubstance-RelatedConsequencesand UseIntervening FactorsCommunityCrimeFamily servicesSchoolHealthcare

    IndividualPhysical damagePsychological damageHarm loved onesFamily disintegrationCommunityAvailabilityPriceRetailSocialSocial NormsEnforcement

    IndividualPerceptions of riskPerceptions of harmStrategiesReduce availabilityLegislation/PolicyDrug specific tacticsAwareness campaignsCommunity actionCurricula / programsTrainings CPS SchoolProvisions for ChildrenHealthcare workersLaw enforcementSupport, Resources

    Adapted from CSAP, Strategic Prevention Framework, Indianapolis, Feb. 21, 2006

  • *www.drugs.indiana.edu*Cigarette Use -- 6th-12th gradersIPRC, ATOD Survey, 2008

  • *www.drugs.indiana.edu*Smokeless Tobacco Use, 6th-12th gradersIPRC, ATOD Survey, 2008

  • **Smoking Rates: IN and USChart Pack to the SEOW Report, 2008, http://www.policyinstitute.iu.edu/PubsPDFs/Chart%20Pack%202008.pdf

  • *www.drugs.indiana.edu*Marijuana Use, 6th-12th gradersIPRC, ATOD Survey, 2008

  • **Cigarette Use Past Mo, 12th grwww.drugs.indiana.eduIPRC, ATOD Survey, 2008

  • Consequences for Children of Meth in the Home

    *************************James Payne, Director, IN Department of Child Services, Issue of Adverse Childhood Experience Children who experience an adverse experience later on are 12x more likely to have cancer, 7x more likely to have heart disease. An example of an adverse childhood experience is being removed from the home environment by CWS or CPS. ******************James Payne, Director, IN Department of Child Services, Issue of Adverse Childhood Experience Children who experience an adverse experience later on are 12x more likely to have cancer, 7x more likely to have heart disease. An example of an adverse childhood experience is being removed from the home environment by CWS or CPS.