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Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Among First-Year College Students - Fact Sheet

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Substance Abuse Alcohol Drugs Recovery

This Info-facts/Resources looks at the scope of the problem of alcohol and other drug abuse, including the elevated risk in the first year of college, and discusses interventions and provides examples of programs that prevention professionals can use to help students successfully negotiate the transition from high school to college life.
 
Alcohol and Other Drugs on Campus--The Scope of the Problem - Fact Sheet

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Substance Abuse Alcohol Drugs Recovery

This Infofacts/Resources offers an overview of the problem and highlights effective prevention approaches that many campuses are currently following.
 


An Important Lesson: Helping Students Avoid Prescription Drug Abuse

Substance Abuse Alcohol Drugs Recovery

Advises educators on how to talk with their students about the abuse of prescription drugs and its dangers. Gives facts about teen prescription drug abuse, signs of abuse, and how to encourage conversations with students about prescription drug abuse issues.
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Beyond Hangovers

Substance Abuse Alcohol Drugs Recovery

Most Americans recognize that drinking too much can lead to accidents and dependence. But that’s only part of the story. In addition to these serious problems, alcohol abuse can damage organs, weaken the immune system, and contribute to cancers.
 


Building Bridges Mental Health Consumers and Representatives of the Disaster Response Community in Dialogue
Recaps a meeting on issues related to interactions between mental health consumers and representatives of the disaster response community. Offers recommendations to improve these relationships to promote recovery from mental health problems.
 
Building Bridges Mental Health on Campus: Student Mental Health Leaders and College Administrators, Counselors, and Faculty in Dialogue
Recaps a meeting on issues related to interactions between college students living with mental illness and members of the college mental health system. Offers recommendations to improve these relationships to promote recovery for college students.
 


Children with Special Needs
Every child is unique. Each learns in different ways, excels at different things, and behaves in distinctive ways compared to other children their own age including their own siblings. Your child may be additionally unique in that they have other types of issues, including physical, mental or emotional disorders, or impairments of certain senses such as hearing or vision. Having
 
College Academic Performance and Alcohol and Other Drug Use - Fact Sheet

Substance Abuse Alcohol Drugs Recovery

This Infofacts/Resources provides information on national studies' reports of repercussions of alcohol use that affect college and university students' academic success.
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Depression, Anxiety, and Alcohol or Other Drug Use Among College Students - Fact Sheet
This publication addresses the need for an integrated approach to mental health problems and AOD use on U.S. college and university campuses, identifies barriers that prevent the achievement of such an approach, and offers recommendations to overcome these barriers.
 
Distracted Driving
Stop reading, look up and count to five.... If you were behind the wheel of a vehicle, in that same span of time someone could have walked out in front of you. Another vehicle could have swerved into your lane. A traffic signal may have changed from yellow to red.
 


Don't Play with Your Life or that of your Family. In this Game Everyone Loses

Bullying Depression Substance Abuse Alcohol Drugs Recovery

Don't Play with Your Life or that of your Family, In this Game Everyone Loses Flyer. Discusses the risks of impaired driving and the consequences involved.
 
Don't Play with Your Life or that of your Family. In this Game Everyone Loses (Spanish)

Bullying Depression Substance Abuse Alcohol Drugs Recovery

No juegues con tu vida o la de su familia: En este juego pierde todo el mundo Flyer. Analiza los riesgos de la conducción bajo los efectos y las consecuencias involucradas.
 


Drinking, Drugs, and Choosing a College - Fact Sheet
Although heavy drinking and other drug use may sometimes seem to be a central part of the campus culture, many campuses offer opportunities for students to have fun without relying on alcohol and other drugs as the source of entertainment. This one-page flyer provides high school seniors and juniors with information on what to look for and questions to ask to find out how much drinking and other drug use is happening on campuses.
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Drug Free TN Any Drug Postcard
Any drug you take (pills, alcohol, tobacco) can affect your baby— even in small amounts. That could put your child at risk for serious health conditions. Don’t hesitate to ask your doctor about any drug—legal or not. Or call our hotline 1800-889-9789 and talk to someone ready to listen. We’re here to help, not to judge. And we can help you—and your baby.
 


Drug Free TN Detox Poster
To protect your baby, talk to a medical professional about all medications you are taking— prescriptions, street drugs, alcohol, and tobacco. We don’t judge. We get you help. And it’s confidential. Just ask your doctor or call our hotline. 1-800-889-9789
 
Drug Free TN Lose Your Habit Poster
If you’ve got a drug or alcohol problem— even if you don’t think it’s serious—ask for help. People will find out, sooner or later. And later may be too late for you and your child.
 


Drug Free TN Protect Your Baby By Protecting Yourself
When you use any type of drug—legal or illegal—while pregnant, your unborn baby uses it too. Drugs can also be harmful to the baby after birth through breast milk. Many drugs cut off the blood supply to the growing baby. If babies don’t get enough oxygen or nutrients, they are born early and weigh less.
 
Drug Free TN Provider Tri-Fold
On, July 1, 2014, changes in Tennessee law made it a misdemeanor if a child is born addicted or harmed by the use of a narcotic drug taken by a woman while pregnant. However, if a pregnant woman with an addiction problem enters treatment, remains in treatment until after the delivery of the child, and successfully completes a recovery program, she protects herself from criminal charges and preserves her family.
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Friends Don’t Let Friends Drive Drunk

Bullying Depression Substance Abuse Alcohol Drugs Recovery

This brochures highlights three ways to keep a friend from driving drunk.
 
Friends Don't Let Friends Drive Drunk (Spanish)

Bullying Depression Substance Abuse Alcohol Drugs Recovery

This brochures highlights three ways to keep a friend from driving drunk.
 


Handing Your Teen The Car Keys Eight Danger Zones

Substance Abuse Alcohol Drugs Recovery

Eight teens a day are killed in car crashes. Make sure your young driver is aware of the leading causes of teen crashes, and put rules in place to help your teen stay safe.
 
Heads Up to Schools Know your Concussion ABCs Signs & Syptoms

Substance Abuse Alcohol Drugs Recovery

This flexible set of materials, developed for professionals working with grades K-12, will help you identify and respond to concussions in an array of school settings.
 


Heads Up: Stop. Think. Connect.

Substance Abuse Alcohol Drugs Recovery

Learn how to be OnGuardOnline(tm)by following these important tips to protect your information, your computer, even yourself.
 
Hep B in Poster Asian
This is an Asian language poster about Hepatitis B
 


Hep C Incarceration Fact Sheet
Hepatitis C is a serious liver disease that is caused by the Hepatitis C virus. Hepatitis C is called a silent disease because people can get infected and not know it. Some people who get infected with Hepatitis C are able to clear, or get rid of the virus. For most people who get Hepatitis C, the virus stays in their body for life. Doctors call this chronic Hepatitis C.
 
HIV Among African American Gay and Bisexual Men
Among gay and bisexual men, black/African American** gay and bisexual men—especially those who are younger—are the group most affected by HIV. In 2010, African American gay and bisexual men accounted for almost as many new HIV infections as white gay and bisexual men, despite the differences in population size of African Americans compared to whites.
 


HIV Among African Americans
Blacks/African Americans* have the most severe burden of HIV of all racial/ethnic groups in the United States. Compared with other races and ethnicities, African Americans account for a higher proportion of new HIV infections, those living with HIV, and those ever diagnosed with AIDS.
 
HIV Among Gay and Bisexual Men
Gay, bisexual, and other men who have sex with men (MSM)*a represent approximately 2% of the United States population, yet are the population most severely affected by HIV. In 2010, young gay and bisexual men (aged 13-24 years) accounted for 72% of new HIV infections among all persons aged 13 to 24, and 30% of new infections among all gay and bisexual men. At the end of 2010, an estimated 489,121 (56%) persons living with an HIV diagnosis in the United States were gay and bisexual men, or gay and bisexual men who also inject drugs.
 


HIV Among Latinos
HIV infection is a serious threat to the health of the Hispanic/Latinoa community. In 2010, Hispanics/Latinos accounted for over one-fifth (21% or 9,800) of all new HIV infections in the United States and 6 dependent areasb despite representing about 16% of the total US population.
 
HIV Among Transgender
Transgender communities in the United States are among the groups at highest risk for HIV infection. The term gender identity refers to a person’s basic sense of self, and transgender refers to people whose gender identity does not conform to a binary classification of gender based on biological sex, external genitalia, or their sex assigned at birth. It includes gendernonconforming people with identities beyond the gender binary who self-identify as: male-to-female or transgender women; female-to-male or transgender men; two-spirit; and people who self-identify simply as women or men.
 


HIV Among Women
At the end of 2010, one in four people living with HIV in the United States were women.a Black/African American* and Hispanic/ Latinob women continue to be disproportionately affected by HIV, compared with women of other races/ethnicities. Not all US women who are diagnosed with HIV are getting the care they need. In 19 US jurisdictions with complete reporting, of all women who were diagnosed with HIV by year-end 2009 and alive in 2010, only 53% were staying in care in 2010, and 42% had viral suppression.
 
HIV Among Youth
Youth in the United States account for a substantial number of HIV infections. Gay, bisexual, and other men who have sex with men* account for most new infections in the age group 13 to 24; black/African American** or Hispanic/Latinoa gay and bisexual men are especially affected. Continual HIV prevention outreach and education efforts, including programs on abstinence, delaying the initiation of sex, and negotiating safer sex for the spectrum of sexuality among youth—homosexual, bisexual, heterosexual, and transgender—are urgently needed for a new generation at risk.
 


HIV/AIDS Policy Fact Sheet: Sexual Health of Adolescents and Young Adults in the United States
This fact sheet covers a broad range of sexual health topics facing teens including sexual activity; pregnancy, contraceptive use, prevalence of sexually transmitted infections among teenagers and young adults, and access to reproductive health services.
 
I Don't Text Speed Drink Wreck

Substance Abuse Alcohol Drugs Recovery

When you are driving impaired, your reaction times are delayed because your brain is not firing at full speed. However, you are still watching the road and concentrating on your driving. You're paying attention to what's in front of you in hopes of making it home safe. You're doing the complete opposite when you're texting
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Issue Brief #03: What You Need to Know About Younger Workers and Substance Abuse
Workers between 18 and 25 are an integral part of our dynamic and diverse workforce. Helping these young employees develop healthy work habits and addressing issues that may affect their on-the-job performance can have a positive, long-lasting impact on an employer’s bottom line.
 
It Feels So Bad- It Doesn't Have To
Millions of young people worry about their parents drinking too much or using drugs. This brochure offers answers to questions children have about their parents' substance abuse.
 


It Feels So Bad- It Doesn't Have To (Spanish)
Responde a las preguntas que los niños y adolescentes puedan tener acerca del abuso de sustancias por parte de sus padres. Motiva la comunicación, autocuidado y decisiones saludables para los niños en familias afectadas. Sugiere la participación en programas para jóvenes y grupos de autoayuda, como Alateen.
 
It's a Fact: Alcohol Affects Your Riding Skills
A person will likely be too impaired to ride before looking—or even feeling—“drunk.” Keep an eye on your fellow riders, too. If you see that another rider has had too much to drink, do what you can to keep that rider from getting back on their motorcycle. Sure, that’s hard to do—but consider the alternatives. Don’t be afraid to get other friends involved and, if you don’t know the rider, solicit the help of the rider’s friends to help keep that rider safe.
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It's Not Your Fault
This brochure is intended for teens with alcoholic or drug-dependent parents or caregivers. The brochure aims to reassure them that a parent’s alcohol or drug abuse isn’t their fault, gives them facts about substance abuse and addiction, and provides advice and resources to help them cope.
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Men and Depression - Pamphlet
Both men and women get depression. But men can experience it differently than women. Men may be more likely to feel very tired and irritable, and lose interest in their work, family, or hobbies.
 


Net Cetera Chatting with Kids About Being Online

Bullying Depression Substance Abuse Alcohol Drugs Recovery

Access to information online is easier than ever before, children can find almost anything with a little effort. You can reduce the risks by talking to your kids about how they communicate -- online and off-and encouraging them to engage in conduct they can be proud of.
 
Parents, You're Not Done Yet: Have You Talked To Them About Drinking in College?
This brochure helps parents to discuss drinking with their child in college.
 


SAMHSA News Preventing Suicide on College Campuses
Explores suicide among college students and reports on suicide prevention programs targeted to college campuses. Highlights grants on campuses in Tennessee, Boston, and Guam. Also covers alcohol awareness, women and substance abuse, and an initiative that encourages the sharing of ideas between U.S. and Iraqi behavioral health providers.
 
SAMHSA News: Preventing Suicide Across the Nation

Substance Abuse Alcohol Drugs Recovery

Features a personal story of suicide survival and discusses the 2012 National Strategy for Suicide Prevention. Also reports on peer support in recovery, disaster response resources, youth tobacco sales, and new health benefits as a result of health reform.
 


SAMHSA News: Preventing Suicide on College Campuses
Describes the Campus Suicide Prevention program to raise awareness about and prevent suicide among college students, a program to enhance access to substance abuse treatment and recovery services, and the safe storage and disposal of prescription drugs.
 
SAMHSA's Working Definition of Recovery

Cigarette Smoke Second Hand smoke Cancer

Introduces a working definition for recovery from mental disorders and substance use, along with 10 guiding principles intended to help advance recovery opportunities and help clarify these concepts for peers, families, funders, providers, and others.
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SAMHSA's Working Definition of Recovery - Spanish
This version is laid out for better printing hardcopies
 
Secondary Effects of Heavy Drinking on Campus - Fact Sheet
This Infofacts/Resources offers an overview of the secondary effects that result from heavy drinking on campus, including sexual assault and interpersonal violence, consequences for communities around campuses, and how campuses might use information on secondary effects for alcohol prevention.
 


Secondhand Smoke Bilingual Brochure

Cigarette Smoke Second Hand smoke Cancer

With English text on one side and Spanish text on the other side, this straightforward brochure explains the basics about the dangers of secondhand smoke to families, especially to children. This tri-fold brochure (available here for download as PDF file) could be used at health fairs, clinics and hospitals, parent meetings, and at other community activities.
 
Service Engagement and Retention for Women with Substance Use Disorders
Numerous studies have suggested that engaging and retaining women in substance abuse services contributes to treatment success. Predictors of better treatment retention for women include higher levels of income and employment, lower levels of psychiatric severity and less severe substance dependence
 

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