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The 2021 New England PTTC Prevention Fellowship Program Products
October 21, 2021

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2021 PRODUCTS:

New research-based substance misuse prevention tools supporting Diversity & Intentional Inclusion in Prevention, in New England.

 

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CANNABIS IN THE UNITED STATES A TOOLKIT FOR NON-CITIZENS IN MAINE

The toolkit provides education for immigrants, refugees, asylum seekers, and green card holders about cannabis, which some states have legalized but remains federally illicit. The toolkit (including a fact sheet) is translated into eight languages identified as priorities by community partners in Maine. The toolkit aims to support non-citizens in making informed decisions about working in the cannabis industry or how using cannabis may impact legal standing as a non-citizen. Read more and download.

 

            

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RESTORATIVE PREVENTION: HOW CENTERING EQUITY IN PRIMARY PREVENTION CAN BUILD HEALTHY COMMUNITIES AND PREVENT SUBSTANCE MISUSE 

A guide for local and regional substance misuse prevention efforts seeks to improve community health by building relationships and a sense of connectedness while paying close attention to those that are often excluded. Read more and download.

 

 

 

 

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SUBSTANCE MISUSE PREVENTION WITH LGBTQIA+ YOUTH: A HEALTH EDUCATOR'S GUIDE

A self-guided and reflective tool that is inclusive of evidence-based practices, risk, and protective factors, and coping skills specific to LGBTQ+ youth for educators to utilize when developing and evaluating their own curriculum and informational products, to ensure they are being intentional with their inclusion and support of LGBTQIA+ youth. Read more and download.

 

 

            

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QUEER-INCLUSIVE PROGRAMMING: AN ALLY’S GUIDE TO PREVENTION

A resource for prevention providers that showcases the importance of working with the LGBTQ+ community, how to launch queer-inclusive programming in a meaningful way, and collect inclusive data around sexual orientation and gender identity. The guidance document includes state-specific infographics for all of New England. Read more and download.

 

 

 

 

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AMERICAN INDIAN: SUBSTANCE MISUSE PREVENTION WITH NEW ENGLAND NATIVE POPULATIONS

A toolkit to provide Prevention Specialists who work with Native American communities the ability to better understand the culture, use data for future funding specific to Native communities, and carry out the implementation of evidence-based programs that are inclusive of their culture. It addresses and provides guidance on health disparities within the Native American Tribes. Read more and download.

 

 

 

            

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TRENDING DATA NOW: A GUIDE TO CONDUCTING YOUR OWN VIRTUAL RISK BEHAVIOR SURVEY

This guide is designed to help schools administer a shortened youth risk behavior survey more frequently. This shortened survey focuses on mental health, substance use, perceptions, and assets. Many of the questions are identical to those from the full survey, which allows schools and health officials to draw comparisons between already existing longitudinal data. This shortened survey is also available through SurveyMonkey, a user-friendly digital format that allows students to complete the survey using school-provided computers or tablets. Read more and download.