Understanding and Implementing Selective Prevention Strategies

Recording: Understanding and Implementing Selective Prevention Strategies


This is the second webinar in the three-part series focused on implementing prevention strategies across the continuum of care. This 90-minute webinar will focus on the selection and implementation of selective prevention strategies. Selective prevention efforts are more targeted than universal strategies and are focused on populations identified as having risk factors that put them at greater risk for developing substance use disorders. In this webinar we will focus on how implementing selective prevention strategies can be a key component of helping you reach your prevention outcomes. It is essential for prevention professionals to understand the components of selective prevention as they work to identify focus populations and matched strategies.


This is a 3-part webinar series. View the session one in the series and register now for the session three using the following links:


Ashley Bodiford, MPS, MS, CSPS, ICPS

Ashley Bodiford, MPH, MS, CSPS, ICPS, is the Director of Prevention at LRADAC in which she develops, implements and maintains effective prevention services for Richland and Lexington counties in South Carolina. In her previous role at LRADAC, she served as the Alcohol Enforcement Team Coordinator in which she developed and implemented evidence-based programs to reduce underage drinking and impaired driving. Mrs. Bodiford has worked in the field of substance use prevention since 2010 and is skilled in universal, selective, and indicated prevention strategies. Mrs. Bodiford has served on the South Carolina Association of Prevention Professionals and Advocates (SCAPPA) board for several years, and served as the organization’s president from 2018-2020. Mrs. Bodiford holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Developmental Psychology, a Master in Public Health and a Master in Human Services.

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