|Title||Description||Developed By||Year Added|
|Mapping Interventions to Different Levels of Risk||
This chart provides examples of promotion/prevention interventions used at various stages of the lifespan for populations at different levels of risk.
|Mental Health, United States, 2010||
Mental Health, United States, 2010, is the latest in a series of publications issued biannually by SAMHSA since 1980. Modeled after CDC's annual report, Health, US, this new report includes mental health statistics at the national and State levels from 35 different data sources.
|Minimizing Evaluation Costs||
This resource offer tips for minimizing evaluation costs.
|National Data Sources||NEW||
This document provides an overview of national prevention data sources and databases containing consequence and consumption data.
|National Prevention Week Participant Toolkit||
This toolkit equips communities with resources for planning an event to help prevent substance abuse and promote behavioral health.
|National Standards for Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Services in Health and Health Care: A Blueprint for Advancing and Sustaining CLAS Policy and Practice||
An implementation guide for advancing and sustaining culturally and linguistically appropriate services.
|Needs Assessment and Cultural Competence: Questions to Ask||
This document includes a set of questions prevention practitioners can use to assess the inclusivenes and cultural relevance of their assessment processes.
|Online Epidemiology Courses and Related Resources||
This document contains links to a variety of online epidemiology resources offered through government and private agencies and schools of public health.
|Online Tools to Support Substance Abuse Prevention Efforts||
This document reviews four ways to use the Internet to facilitate connections with colleagues and community members. Examples of online tools are included.
|Opioid Overdose Prevention Toolkit||
This toolkit offers community members and local governments tips and tools for developing policies and practices to help prevent opioid-related overdoses and deaths. It comprises five separate booklets, each designed for a specific audience (patients, prescribers, first responders, community members, and survivors and family members).