Monday, August 25, 2014

Different communities will have different prevention activities to address teen medicine abuse

Last week, two posts told the stories of community coalitions that conducted successful campaigns to prevent teen medicine abuse.  Well, I have one more.

I share this last one as an example of how prevention campaigns are different depending on the local community.  The coalition profiled in the video below implemented prevention activities that are different from the coalitions profiled in the other videos.  The stories highlight that every community is going to have different responses to teen medicine abuse, and other teen drug abuse problems, depending on what their local data tell them, who is involved in the coalition, and the capacity of coalition members to do something.

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