Please register below to attend a Tobacco 21 Public Meeting in the following cities: Cottage Grove, Oakridge, Florence, Eugene, and Springfield. Light snacks will be available.
Steps to Prevent Underage Drinking and Intoxication at Community Events & Festivals Planning & Promotion Fence the Alcohol Service Area. Restrict alcohol sales to a designated location where underage youth are not allowed. Use Wristbands. Wristbands easily identify people who are 21 and older. IDs should still be checked when purchasing alcohol. Post Visible Signs. […]
Suicide Prevention Week: September 5-10, 2016 Learn how to prevent suicide by taking 5 steps to save lives. Learn more at www.preventionlane.org/suicide and www.take5tosavelives.org Learn more about helping those who might be developing a mental health problem or experiencing a mental health or suicidal crisis. Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) Eight-hour training to help the […]
Related: Problem Gamblers Awareness Day Problem Gamblers Awareness Day: Organizers encourage Oregonians to “Take A Break” – by Ronda Hatefi Take a Break Campaign is a way to reach out to gamblers in their families, asking them to check in with themselves to make sure they are still in control of their gambling, that they are still […]
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 […]
Prescription Drug Take Back Event April 30th The Drug Enforcement Administration and the Lane County Sheriff’s Office will partner April 30th for National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day to provide a safe, convenient, and responsible means of disposing of prescription drugs, while also educating the general public about the potential for abuse of medications. The take-back event will […]
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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Related: PGAD 2015 | 2014 | 2013 | 2012 | 2011 | 2010 | 2008 | 2006 | 2005 September 29, 2016 is the 21st Anniversary of Problem Gamblers Awareness Day The National Council on Problem Gambling is proud to promote the 2016 Problem Gamblers Awareness Day! More information is coming soon on activities planned, and how you can get involved. […]
7/27/16 – Julie Hynes Unless you’ve been under a Poké-rock, you’ve surely heard about (or have played) the new “augmented reality” app, Pokémon GO. This new app, released in early July, leaped in popularity so quickly that it already has more daily users than Twitter. Pokémon GO, a “free” game, has gotten people out and […]
2016 National Conference on Problem Gambling Presentations and Materials Thank you for visiting! Materials from Julie Hynes’ presentations are available below. Click here to view slides from the Prevention Showcase! Do you have questions, comments or suggestions? Please feel free to touch base anytime with Julie: [email protected] 7/19 update: Valve company sends cease and desist […]