|Title||Description||Developed By||Year Added|
|Risk and Protective Factors Associated with Youth Marijuana Use||
This tool provides a summary of research findings on factors associated with marijuana use among youth. These factors have been organized according to the socio-ecological model, a multi-level framework that allows us to consider the different contexts in which shared risk and protective factors exist.
|Risk and Protective Factors for Substance Abuse and/or Mental Health Problems Among Alaska Native and Native American Populations||
This document provides an inventory of current studies, organized at the individual, relationship, community and societal levels, that describe risk and protective factors for substance abuse and/or mental health problems among Alaska Native and Native American populations. This inventory was originally developed for the State of Alaska.
|SAMHSA's "I Choose" Project||
As part of the 2013 National Prevention Week, SAMHSA launched its "I Choose" Project to gather personal messages from people of all ages about why substance abuse prevention or mental health is important.
|SAMHSA's Leading Change 2.0: Advancing the Behavioral Health of the Nation 2015-2018||
Leading Change 2.0: Advancing the Behavioral Health of the Nation 2015–2018 outlines how SAMHSA will continue to increase awareness and understanding of mental and substance use disorders, expand prevention efforts, promote emotional health and wellness, increase access to effective treatment, and support recovery.
|SAMHSA's Report to Congress on the Prevention and Reduction of Underage Drinking 2012||
This document from SAMHSA reports on the prevalence and nature of underage drinking and the national efforts and best practices to address the problem.
|Sample Epidemiological Profile Outline||
This document provides a sample outline that State Epidemiological Workgroups can use to develop their epidemiological profiles.
|Sample State-level Logic Models to Reduce the Non-Medical Use and Related Consequences of Opioids||
Logic models are an important planning tool, helping prevention partners communicate where they want to go and how they intend to get there. This resource offers two approaches for developing an action plan to address opioid-related problems or goals.
|Selecting an Appropriate Evaluation Design||
This document describes different types of evaluation designs and factors to consider when choosing one design over another.
|Self-Assessment Checklist for Personnel Providing Services and Supports to LGBTQ Youth and Their Families||
This checklist has questions that deal with physical environment, materials and resources communication practices, and values and attitudes for LGBTQ Youth and their families.
|Skills for Cultural Competency||
This document outlines some of the key capacities that culturally competent professionals should have when applying the steps of the Strategic Prevention Framework.