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Emily Buff Bear, MPH

| March 26, 2015
Emily Buff Bear, MPH

Community Health Analyst Contact: [email protected] | 541-682-6480 Emily Bear is a prevention specialist at Lane County focusing on substance abuse prevention. Emily works with team members in planning and  implementing the Lane County alcohol and drug prevention work plan. She enjoys collaborating with advisory groups and with community partners on issues at the local and state […]

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Means Restriction/Firearm Safety

| March 17, 2015
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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2015 Problem Gambling Awareness Month Video Contest

| March 7, 2015
2015 Problem Gambling Awareness Month Video Contest

Open to all Oregonians under 25 Prizes this year are: 1st Place: GoPro camera (or $200 gift card) 2nd Place: Kindle (or $150 gift card) 3rd Place: JawBone Wristband (or $100 gift card) Video Contest Poster – 2015 Video Contest Handouts – 2015 2014 Results Final votes from the top three videos last year are below: […]

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2015 Problem Gambling Awareness Month

| March 5, 2015
2015 Problem Gambling Awareness Month

2015 marks the second-annual National Problem Gambling Awareness Month. The National theme this year is “Have the conversation.” Click here for middle school art search information Click here for youth/young adult video contest information Register for the May 15 Disordered Gambling training The U.S. is highlighting the issue of gambling disorders with it second-annual Problem Gambling Awareness Month throughout March. An […]

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Tobacco Cessation Resources for Health Practitioners

| March 2, 2015
Tobacco Cessation Resources for Health Practitioners

Tools for Clinicians Working with Tobacco-using Patients Treating Tobacco Dependence Practice Manual: Build a better office system – guidelines from the American Academy of Family Physicians Using the fax referral service of the Oregon Quit Line Trainings for CMEs: ACOG self-study guide for working with pregnant smokers Clinical Tools, Inc., offers a variety of web-based courses […]

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Links to Other Prevention Resources

| February 27, 2015
Links to Other Prevention Resources

= Indicates a local resource. Note: these links are provided for educational/informational purposes only and do not constitute an endorsement by our program or Lane County. Looking for specific items you can download & order? Click here to visit our online resource library! Alcohol Alcohol Cost Calculator The George Washington University Medical Center’s Ensuring Solutions program offers the Alcohol […]

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2015 Problem Gambling Awareness Month Middle School Art Search

| February 24, 2015
2015 Problem Gambling Awareness Month Middle School Art Search

The 2015 Middle School Art Search is underway! Deadline is March 2730!  ALL eligible entries in Lane County receive prizes! Create an 8-1/2″ x 11″ poster for this year’s art search. You can snail mail it or upload it here. Instructions are below! A video posted by Prevention Lane (@preventionlane) on Mar 24, 2015 at 4:06pm PDT Middle […]

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Means Restriction Placeholder

| February 24, 2015

Coming soon

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Effective Prevention – Guest Lecture – Julie Hynes

| February 18, 2015

February 18, 2015 Guest lecture at Youth Substance Use, Lane Community College. February 18, 2015 with Julie Hynes, MA, CPS

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VERB Summer Score Card for Youth Physical Activity

| February 12, 2015
VERB Summer Score Card for Youth Physical Activity

Written quotations are now being accepted! The Prevention Program is partnering with Trillium Community Health Plan  to offer this program to increase physical activity for 9-13 year olds for the summer of 2015. Based on the CDC’s VERB: It’s What You Do campaign, the Summer Score Card offers incentives and opportunities for youth physical activity […]

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