Provides a convenient app for computers, phones, and tablets to guide and support families having conversations with their kids about underage drinking. Features an interactive simulation that helps parents practice bringing up the topic of alcohol, learn the questions to ask, and secure ideas for keeping the conversation going.
Highlights 15 federal elementary and secondary education programs where the statutory language or the regulations/guidance that accompanies a program appear to permit funds to be used to support universal prevention programs and social and emotional learning initiatives. The guide also provides examples of schools, districts, and state education agencies that have successfully supported their prevention programs with federal education dollars.
Includes teen-informed activities that can be used with youth 12-17 years old across a variety of community settings to boost confidence, and prevent risk-taking behaviors, including alcohol and drug-abuse. The toolkit enhances the existing Above the Influence program efforts and furthers its goals with new individual and group activities that can help teens make healthier decisions with the support of adults who value them.
Designed to serve as a template and checklist for preparing ASHE-specific plans and procedures. The guide has been prepared to follow the logical process of developing and implementing an incident-specific set of procedures beginning with a comprehensive plan and policies formulated by representatives of all responsible agencies and jurisdictions working together.
Provides several key principles for emergency planning. One of these principles is ensuring that the needs of the whole school or higher education community are addressed, which includes those with access and functional needs.
Provides a toolkit for spreading the word about strategies for preventing alcohol misuse or abuse and encouraging communities, families, and individuals to get involved in Alcohol Awareness Month. The page provides suggestions and tips, as well as other resources.
Provides national and state estimates of alcohol-related health impacts, including deaths and years of potential life lost (YPLL). These estimates are calculated for 54 acute and chronic causes using alcohol-attributable fractions and are reported by age and sex for 2006-2010.
Gives teachers, administrators, curriculum specialists and teacher trainers guidance on best practices and useful tools for designing and delivering health education that meets national, state and local standards and frameworks.