Environmental Strategies to Prevent and Reduce Substance Use

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- Add to Calendar 2021-07-21 13:00:00 2021-07-23 14:30:00 Environmental Strategies to Prevent and Reduce Substance Use Environmental strategies are prevention interventions that address factors related to the context within which individuals make decisions about initiating and continuing substance use. By focusing on communal and societal risk and protective factors, including the social determinants of health, environmental strategies can provide an additional approach for prevention professionals. This webinar will discuss the different types of environmental strategies and provide examples of evidence-based strategies. It will also overview the collaborative partners needed to implement environmental strategies and how to fit environmental strategies into a comprehensive prevention approach. Free registration. Virtual Virtual noreply@air.org America/New_York public

Environmental strategies are prevention interventions that address factors related to the context within which individuals make decisions about initiating and continuing substance use. By focusing on communal and societal risk and protective factors, including the social determinants of health, environmental strategies can provide an additional approach for prevention professionals. This webinar will discuss the different types of environmental strategies and provide examples of evidence-based strategies. It will also overview the collaborative partners needed to implement environmental strategies and how to fit environmental strategies into a comprehensive prevention approach. Free registration.


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