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Reports & Training

Integrating Commercial Tobacco Treatment in Behavioral Health

Prevent Coalition Webinar Series

Anti-smoking efforts have not been directed toward people with behavioral health conditions as they have toward the general population resulting in higher rates of addiction, disease, and death. The Prevent Coalition hosted webinars on integrating tobacco treatment in behavioral health on the topics of tobacco cessation, pharmacotherapy, intervention, youth and adult treatment including criminal justice populations, policy guidance, and integrating tobacco treatment into organizations. Click the button below to access these on-demand webinars.

Youth Now Needs Assessment

Prevent Coalition

This report summarizes the regional needs assessment conducted through the Youth Now Prevention Initiative, in partnership with Clark County Public Health, Battle Ground Prevent Together, Connect Evergreen, La Center United, One Prevention Alliance (Skamania County), Unite Washougal, and West Van for Youth.

A Prescription For Action: Local Leadership in Ending the Opioid Crisis

National League of Cities and National Association of Counties

This report by city and county leaders that recommends policies and programs designed to help local leaders address the opioid epidemic.

2016 Community Health Needs Assessment

Healthy Columbia Willamette

The Healthy Columbia Willamette Collaborative (HCWC) is a unique public-private partnership that includes 15 hospitals, four health departments, and two coordinated care organizations (managed Medicaid organizations) in Clackamas, Multnomah, and Washington counties of Oregon, and in Clark County, Washington. This report documents the community health needs of HCWC’s four-county region and each of the counties. The community health needs, referred to in this report as priority health issues, were identified through a comprehensive study of population, hospital, Medicaid, and community data.

Youth Now Executive Summary

Prevent Coalition

This report summarizes the regional needs assessment conducted through the Youth Now Prevention Initiative, in partnership with Clark County Public Health. The assessment occurred April-June 2016 and included two phases: analysis of the Healthy Youth Survey (HYS) data and a stakeholder survey regarding community priorities and needs. Both were essential to developing effective strategies to meet the local community’s challenges around youth marijuana use.

Facing Addiction in America: The Surgeon General's Spotlight on Opioids

U.S. Surgeon General, Jerome M. Adams, M.D., M.P.H.

The 2018 Surgeon General’s Spotlight on Opioids reviews what we know about the Opioid crisis and how we can use that knowledge to address misuse and related consequences.

Evidence on the Health Impacts of E-Cigarettes and Vaping

 National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine (NASEM)

The 2018 report Public Health Consequences of E-Cigarettes is the most rigorous and comprehensive review of the science to date on e-cigarette and vape devices. Learn more about their health consequence conclusions. 

Campaigns & Toolkits

Prevent has partnered with numerous community partners to develop grassroots campaigns for prevention. These campaigns were developed in collaboration with local leaders, youth volunteers and communication experts at ESD 112 for raising awareness and reducing youth substance misuse.

Web Resources

National Institute for Drug Abuse
Start Talking Now
Partnership for Drug-Free Kids
Mothers Against Drunk Drivers
Mothers Against Drunk Drivers

Get the Facts

NIDA for Parents & Teens

National Institute on Drug Abuse

Youth Advocacy Guide

Above the Influence

Partnership for Drug-Free Kids

Hannah's Tips

Healthy Youth Survey Fact Sheet

Washington State Healthy Youth Survey

Alcohol Tobacco and Other Drug Facts

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services