J. Kate Burkhart
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When: May 11-13
Where: Best Western Lake Lucille Inn, 1300 Lake Lucille Drive, Wasilla
Public comment: May 12
from 4:30-5:30 p.m.
code 58920. AGENDA
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Public comment for the Advisory Board on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse and the Alaska Mental Health Board.
5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. March 2, 2015
Teleconference number 1-800-315-6338 Code 58920
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Would you like some accurate information about drugs and drug abuse? Dispel the myths. Test your knowledge, get the facts, and find resources for teens, educators, and parents.
A place to go for information and facts regarding addiction prevention for children and youth.
Teen Alcohol, Drug Use Declined
Marijuana Use Steady
Alaskan Identify Alcohol As Top Health Issue
A survey of Alaskans for the Healthy Alaskans 2020 Initiative identified
alcohol use and abuse and other substance abuse as two of the top ten
health issues facing our state. This is an example of how the people of
Alaska can have a voice in policymaking.
Healthy Alaskans 2020 is part of a national initiative that supports health
promotion and prevention. Learn more about Healthy Alaskans 2020.
FAMILY CHECKUP – A new resource from the National Institute on Drug Abuse
Parents are often concerned about whether their children will start or are already using drugs and alcohol. These five questions, developed by the Child and Family Center at the University of Oregon, highlight parenting skills that are important in preventing drug use among youth. Get your CHECKUP and learn how positive parenting prevents drug and alcohol abuse. Tools and Tips for Parents and Mentors are also available.
The Economic Costs of Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse in Alaska, 2012 update
Alcohol and drug abuse cost Alaska’s economy $1.2 billion in 2010.The Centers for Disease Prevention and Control reports that, although substantial progress has been made over the past 20 years to reduce drinking and driving among teens, in 2011, one in 10 students age 16 years and older reported driving after drinking during the past 30 days. Most students who drove after drinking alcohol also binge drank. Read the report.
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