Understanding and Utilizing the PF! Student Drug Use Data, 2018

Friday, 23 March 2018 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM EST

2330 Victory Parkway, Suite 703, Cincinnati, OH, 45206, United States

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Friday, 23 March 2018 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM EST

PreventionFIRST! , 2330 Victory Parkway, Cincinnati, OH, 45206, United States.

In the fall of 2017, 80 schools across the region participated in the Student Drug Use Survey, a modified version of the PRIDE survey.  We are pleased to let you know that 6 counties in SW Ohio participated with just about 33,000 students taking the survey.  The data is in and is currently being released to the schools through March 19th in smaller, county meetings called Key Contact Meetings.  A formal press conference will be conducted on March 20th.  After that time, we are able to share the data with community groups such as yours.  
Some of you are identified as the school key contact because you work in the school.  If that is the case, then you will most likely be attending the Key Contact Meetings.  For those of you who are not, but rely on the data for your funding purposes and have relationships with the schools, we want to provide this opportunity to come together as coalitions and understand how to utilize the data.  This training will take place on March 23, 2018 from 10-12 in the Large Conference Room at PreventionFIRST!
During this time together, we will present the 2018 regional findings, a blank powerpoint for you to input your data, the survey instrument, a sample press release, trend Excel forms, and sample 1 pagers.  We will also share resources you can share with schools about effective prevention.  

PreventionFIRST! administers the Student Drug Use Survey every other year to the schools in the Tri-State region. In 2017, 32,982 7th-12 grade students from 80 schools completed the survey. This process would not be successful without the support of our community partners.

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