Problem Drinking Prevention

Respect the Neighborood

Respect the Neighborood

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

Mind Your Mind Month

Mind Your Mind Month

May was Lane County’s “Mind Your Mind Month.” Thank you for helping make this first-ever Mind Your Month Month a success! We can still celebrate minding our minds all year long, because mental wellness matters!  For details, go to www.mindyourmindproject.org Mental Health Promotion & Suicide Prevention Trainings Mental Health First Aid (MHFA): Eight-hour training to help the […]

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Problem Gambling Prevention

‘App’rehensive: The Blurring Lines of Gaming and Gambling, and Protecting Our Most Vulnerable: 2015 Northwest Institute on Addictions Studies Conference

‘App’rehensive: The Blurring Lines of Gaming and Gambling, and Protecting Our Most Vulnerable: 2015 Northwest Institute on Addictions Studies Conference

Welcome to participants of the  2015 NWIAS (Northwest Institute on Addictions Studies) Conference! Looking forward to connecting with you at the conference. The slides for the July 22 workshop, “‘App’rehensive: The Blurring Lines of Gaming and Gambling, and Protecting Youth and those in Addictions Recovery,” will be made available immediately following the workshop. In the […]

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Mental Health Promotion

Adverse Childhood Experiences / Trauma

Adverse Childhood Experiences / Trauma

Early childhood experiences have lasting, measurable consequences later in life; therefore, fostering emotional well-being from the earliest stages of life helps build a foundation for overall health and well-being.  National Prevention Council, National Prevention Strategy, 2011.   From results of the Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) study, we have learned that traumatic events and experiences that […]

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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) 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 way. As a parent, […]

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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 Mapping – Web Map Application

| June 19, 2015

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Marijuana – Interactive Infographic

| May 29, 2015

Parents, now that recreational marijuana is legal in Oregon, there is no better time to start the conversation with your kids about marijuana. Need some help? Check out this interactive infographic for tips & resources. Click and hover below for more information on talking to your child about marijuana. Click here for an all text/printable version […]

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Prevention Resources for CASA Trainees – May 28, 2015

| May 28, 2015

May 28, 2015 Presentation from Julie Hynes Thank you very much for your time — and especially for being a CASA!! Slides from the May 28 presentation are below; the presentation below includes even more slides that may be helpful resources for you. Below the presentation are additional links to resources we hope will be helpful […]

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