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Oregon Healthy Teens / Student Wellness Survey Data

| June 21, 2013
Oregon Healthy Teens / Student Wellness Survey Data

About 50,000 of Oregon’s  middle and high school students take health surveys each year on a variety of topics.  We’ve got the latest Lane County data from the Oregon Health Authority.  Lane County reports are available at:  Oregon Health Authority’s Student Wellness Survey and Healthy Teens webpages. 2016 Oregon Student Wellness Survey 2015 Oregon Healthy Teens Survey 2014 […]

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WEAVE Lane County – Weaving Enviroments and Actions that Value Everyone

| June 21, 2013
WEAVE Lane County – Weaving Enviroments and Actions that Value Everyone

WEAVE Lane County is a new initiative focusing on how we as a community can invest wisely in prevention: that is, programs and practices effective in promoting healthier children and youth and preventing the development of serious and costly problems like drug abuse, depression and suicide, and criminal activity. WEAVE Lane County’s goals are to […]

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Best Practices

| June 21, 2013
Best Practices

Best Practices are those strategies and programs which are deemed research-based by scientists and researchers which have been shown through substantial research and evaluation to be effective at preventing and/or delaying substance abuse or delinquency.

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The PAX Good Behavior Game

| June 21, 2013
The PAX 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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40 Developmental Assets

| June 21, 2013
40 Developmental Assets

The Search Institute has identified 40 Developmental Assets, a set of essential building blocks that all young people need to help them live healthy, happy lives. The more assets a young person has, the less likely they are to engage in problem behaviors.

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PreventionLane – Lane County Prevention Program

| June 19, 2013

Thanks for contacting us. Please allow at least 24 hours for a response, particularly if you have a specific question, as we will locate the right person to contact you directly. Note: If you do not receive a confirmation of your email within a few minutes, we may not have received it. Please email us. […]

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ABC’s of BAC | Underage Drinking

| June 19, 2013

  The ABC’s of BAC: Understanding Blood Alcohol Concentration and Alcohol Impairment Source: National Highway Transportation Safety Administration, StopImpairedDriving.org Q: What is “BAC”? A: The amount of alcohol in a person’s body is measured by the weight of the alcohol in a certain volume of blood. This is called the blood alcohol concentration, or “BAC.” […]

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For Youth and Young Adults

| June 11, 2013
For Youth and Young Adults

  Resources for Youth and Young Adults Has someone’s drinking or drug use affected your life? Know these things! It’s not your fault! You are NOT the cause of anyone else’s drinking or behavior. You can’t change or control anyone but yourself. You don’t have to accept their drinking/drug use, but can still love the […]

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Underage and Binge Drinking Prevention

| June 11, 2013

  Talking to Your Parents or Other Adults Talking to Your Parents of Other Adults: http://teenshealth.org/teen/your_mind/families/talk_to_parents.html Other Sites About Talking to Your Parents or Other Adults: http://teenshealth.org/PageManager.jsp?dn=KidsHealth…  

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Resources Online – Alcohol & Other Drugs

| June 11, 2013

Also see: our links page for more alcohol & other drug website recommendations. CollegeDrinkingPrevention.gov This NIAAA-sponsored site provides research-based information about the nature and extent of dangerous drinking to high school and college administrators, students, parents, community leaders, policymakers, researchers, and members of the retail beverage industry. It also offers recommendations to college and university presidents on […]

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