Problem Drinking Prevention

Respect the Neighborhood

Respect the Neighborhood

Respect Yourself, Respect the Neighborhood: Preventing Sales to Intoxicated Customers and Lowering Intoxication Levels Tips For Bar & Restaurant Establishments Remind servers about he importance of not selling to someone who has had too much to drink and has visible signs of intoxication. Find ways to reward staff for refusing sales to intoxicated customers. Keep customers […]

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Suicide Prevention

Means Restriction/Firearm Safety

Means Restriction/Firearm Safety

Restricting access to lethal/harmful means of self-harm is an important strategy for preventing suicide and injury. If you’re concerned about a friend or loved one, here are some initial steps you can take to keep them safe: Call one of these crisis lines to get advice and support: 911: Imminent danger to self or others […]

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Problem Gambling Prevention

Workplace Gambling Policies

Workplace Gambling Policies

Following are some sample recommended workplace policies for government agencies. Special thanks to Iowa Department of Public Health and Marion County Health Department.  Sample 1 (Credit: Iowa Department of Public Health) XYZ Corporation, Inc. (the Company) intends to help provide a gambling-free work environment for our clients and our employees. The Company believes gambling during work […]

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Mental Health Promotion

Workplace Mental Health

Workplace Mental Health

Employee mental wellness is just as important as physical wellness in creating and maintaining a healthy, safe and productive workplace.  Key to achieving this is creating a workplace environment that promotes mental wellness, supports employees’ efforts to maintain their mental health, and encourages help-seeking when needed. Unfortunately, 60% of Americans cited work as very/somewhat significant […]

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Other Drug Prevention

Talking to Kids About Marijuana: Tips for Parents

(Adapted from the “Marijuana Talk Kit” – Partnership for Drug-Free Kids at www.drugfree.org) [Check out our interactive infographic] It can be hard to talk to your kids about marijuana. As our landscape around marijuana changes in Oregon many parents have questions about how to talk to their kids about the drug in a simple and clear […]

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Healthy Families

The Good Behavior Game

The Good Behavior Game

The Good Behavior Game (GBG) is a research-based behavior management model that increases student academic time by decreasing disruptive behaviors. Through the Good Behavior Game, students work together, as members of teams, to create a positive learning environment by self-monitoring their own behavior as well as that of their classmates. Teachers use the GBG during the regular school day.

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Other Recent Posts

Lane County Health Attitudes Survey

Lane County Health Attitudes Survey

| August 20, 2015

Introduction Lane County’s Health & Human Services has commissioned a survey of adult residents seven times over the last 16 years. The survey’s purpose is to look at attitudes related to a variety of health issues and risk behaviors with health implications. Because of changing health concerns and new issues, such as smokeless tobacco, Lane […]

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2015 Problem Gamblers Awareness Day in Oregon

2015 Problem Gamblers Awareness Day in Oregon

| July 28, 2015

Related: PGAD 2014 | 2013 | 2012 | 2011 | 2010 | 2008 | 2006 | 2005 September 2015 Marks the 20th Anniversary of Problem Gambling Awareness Day in Oregon 2015 Governor’s Proclamation Governor Kate Brown has proclaimed September 29, 2015 as Problem Gamblers Awareness Day in Oregon. Businesses: You can also participate! Click the image below to […]

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Take the Pool Plunge: FAQ

Take the Pool Plunge: FAQ

| July 23, 2015

Q: How much is the swim pass? A: FREE! Swim passes are free for all Trillium members 17 and under. Q: Who is eligible for this program? A: Lane County Trillium members ages 17 and under qualify for this program. Only Trillium OHP members qualify. OHP members covered under other Coordinated Care Organizations do not […]

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