This collection of substance abuse prevention websites provides a wide variety of resources that you can use to document your community's need for substance abuse prevention, select the best program for your needs and apply for funding.
- Substance Abuse Social Indicator data (University of Idaho) - Includes STDs, substance abuse and
treatment, crime, census, housing and other data by Dept of Health & Welfare region.
- Idaho Department of Health and Welfare
- Idaho Vital Statistics - Includes state and county level reports on Idaho's population, including race, sex, age, birth and death rates, causes of death, teen pregnancy rates, etc.
- Youth Behavior Risk Survey - Monitors
priority health risk behaviors in children and teens
- Behavior Risk Surveillance Survey -
Behavioral risk factor surveys provide state-specific estimates
of the proportion of adults aged 18 and over reporting health
- Substance Abuse Prevention Needs Assessments – State, DHW Regions and
County level statistical views of risk and protective factors related to substance abuse in Idaho
- Idaho School Profiles – School District summaries for 1997 - 2006 school years. Information includes Average enrollment and attendance rates, ethnicity and gender, dropout rates, school lunch assistance participants and standardized testing results.
- Idaho Census - Population demographics, change and growth patterns, etc. County level and Hispanic-specific reports available.
- Idaho Department of Commerce – Socio-economic information on people, housing, the economy, education and social indicators, land ownership, natural resources, and agriculture at the county. Information is also available for select cities.
- Juvenile Corrections Nationwide Report –
Excellent state and county level juvenile crime statistic
information from the national OJJDP web site
- Idaho State Police Statistical Analysis Center – Many good resources on general crime in Idaho, with
many reports and resources regarding Substance Abuse, some at
county level; some with multi-year trends
- Idaho Transportation Department – Contains numerous stats on road and highway safety incidents. 1999 – 2003 data are available for trend analysis
- National Registry of Evidence-based Programs & Practices Check the "Substance Abuse Prevention" box under Areas of Interest for the current, state of the art list of evidence-based substance abuse prevention programs. Programs listed by NREPP receive funding priority by Benchmark Research & Safety, Inc. for use in Idaho.
- Western CAPT Best and Promising Practices - Good list of evidence-based programs with straightforward program descriptions, including target population, domains and strategies, risk and protective factors and vendor contact information. Note that this list is slowly being superseded by the NREPP site for funding decisions by Benchmark Research & Safety, Inc.
- Idaho Office Of Drug Policy - The office of drug policy oversees and coordinates all drug and substance abuse programs within the state of Idaho.
- Idaho Department of Health & Welfare Bureau of Substance Abuse Disorders - Extensive information on Idaho's substance abuse prevention and treatment system.
- Office of Safe and Drug-Free Schools -
Numerous links about school-based substance abuse programs. Includes Safe and Drug Free Schools Year End Reports with many details on the Department of Education's tobacco, substance abuse and violence prevention programs and activities.
- Idaho RADAR Network - The Idaho Regional
Alcohol Drug Awareness Resource (RADAR) Network Center is an alcohol, tobacco, and other drug information clearinghouse and
resource referral service. They are your connection to resources and other people in cities and towns across the nation who are working together to prevent alcohol and other drug problems.
- CADCA - Large resource for community coalitions - funding opportunities, environmental activities, success stories, newsletter.
- National Clearinghouse for Alcohol and Drug Information (NCADI) - offers a wide selection of alcohol and other drug prevention materials, most of which are available at no cost. Publications are searchable by audience, including specific resources for parents and caregivers.
- National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism - Contains easy-to-read material for the public covering a wide range of alcohol-related topics. Publications listed below are online full text and free of charge unless otherwise noted.
- National Institute on Drug Abuse – Very
large resource of links to substance abuse, crime, disease, census and other substance abuse information
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