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Section 1

Question Answer
America’s history of Cocaine (First Wave)recreational use and restriction
America’s history of Cocaine (second Wave) epidemic and restriction
America’s history of Cocaine (third Wave)political aftermath of the “War on Drugs” and Hollywood
First point DAREHistory of Dare
Second point of DAREStats and research, ineffective
Third Point of DAREscare tactics ineffective
Audiences targeted by Botvin’s Life SkillsElementary, middle and high schoolers
Botvin’s Life Skills parent programincrease involvement in children's lives
Botvin’s Life Skills Bullying Preventionteaches coping mechanisms,

Section 2

Question Answer
CAPTCenter for the application of prevention technologies
Core lessons learned from CAPTMotivating, Promoting, Supporting
CAPT Types of service Customized Technical Assistance, in-person training, online events, collaboration opportunities, and information dissemination
CAPT is a training and TA based program that prepares states, communities and tribes to successfully implement prevention programs that have been proven to be effective
legalization of marijuana influences an increase in marijuana use through availability
legalization of marijuana influencesa decrease in the perceived risks associated with use
legalization of marijuana influencesincrease in the normalization of marijuana use
Colorado youth’s past month use for the 2013/2014 average was74% higher than the national average.
Colorado youth’s past month use increased 20% in the 2013/2014 average compared to the 2012/2013 average
From 2008 to 2013, among 12th gradersincrease in past months use, decrease in perceived risk
seven in 10 of today's young adultssupport legalization

Section 3

Question Answer
Scare tactics, or fear appeals, are intended to scare people into engaging in a desired health behavior, such as stopping drug use
best practices in prevention messagingprevention messaging, which includes framing the conversation as a health issue, employ real life and relatable examples, do not glamorize or demonstrate drug use, do not lecture, guilt, shame or encourage sensation-seeking behavior
help people associate positive emotions withpositive health behaviors
Social norms campaignads help clear up misperceptions that ‘everyone is doing it, and they help create more positive social norms.
Anti-Saloon LeagueSaw alcohol as the source of all American social problems, scare tactics
Mabel Walker WillebrandtAssistant Attorney General, highest-ranking woman in the federal government and oversaw enforcement of the Volstead Act
good from prohibitionFall in drunken arrests, Decline in cirrhosis, Lower rates of alcohol consumption?
bad from prohibitionNormalized alcohol consumption across all social classes, Tax revenues and lobbyists appeal to govt look other way
drug overdoses120 deaths per day
Legal forms of opiatesmorphine, codeine and hydrocodone
illegal forms of opiatesopium and heroin.
Prescription Drug Monitoring Programs (PDMP)state-run electronic databases used to track the prescribing and dispensing of controlled prescriptions to patients
Overdose Lifeline inc. is a non-profit organizations and they created“This is (NOT) about drugs” a program that targets students grades 6-12, which is adaptable for adults, families and other groups. This program was designed to prevent first use.

Section 4

Question Answer
Foreign approaches to substance abuse are largely dependent onthe collective culture of a specific country towards substance abuse in their societies
Russia has imposedextremely strict laws banning the use of illicit drugs
Russia, and needle-replacement programsremain illegal
netherlandsstrategies often specifically target at-risk groups
Mexico struggles withcorruption due to drug trafficking and high-powered drug cartels
ATLAS ProgramProgram is designed to lower alcohol, illicit drugs and performance-enhancing drug use in high-school males.
Atlas subjectswere significantly less interested in trying steroids after the intervention
SPFassists preventionists in evaluating and carrying out a prevention plan throughout the state or a community
Risk FACTORSDomains (Community, family, school, individual)
Protective FactorsIndividual/Bonding/healthy beliefs & standards
R&P Factors Only Predictive Theoryempirically states giving certain conditions probable outcomes can be predicted

Section 5

Question Answer
typical drug user in America5 million white, 1 million black
Project Northland rigorous alcohol-use prevention trial that was ever funded by the NIAAA (National Institute of Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism)
Community based processes are strategies which are aimed at communities to effectively provide prevention programs for substance abuse
Project Northland employs grade-specific tasks, exercises, and activities in a variety of highly engaging, interactive formats--such as comic books and posters--to reach young people at an age when they are most likely to try alcohol.
Depending on the effectiveness of the community-based process, you have one of three resultsprevention, increase of use or no change
Color blind racial ideology believes treating individuals as equal is the best way to deal with differing racial backgrounds
Minorities are less likely todiscuss drug use
Patient-focused interviewing uses a less controlling, less authoritative style that signals to the patient that the [preventionist] values what the individual’s agenda and perspectives are
Lifelong Learner Modelpreventionists need to understand that it is not expected of them to know everything about every race and culture
Community-based CarePreventionist should have their training for their field occur in the community where they will practice.

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