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  • This is what a lot of people think when it concerns alcohol…..images easily dismissed with an it will never happen to me or it will never happen to my child.
  • But are we offering our youth this? Ask them do they support Underage Drinking….Local law Enforcement doesn’t.Both the Chief of Police and MC Sheriff support this.
  • 21-24 age group providing weekly parties. Parents providing right of passage parties.
  • Do we waiting for another tragedy before we take action?
  • This isn’t the only way alcohol can have permenant last effects on our youth.
  • Scans are done at the AmenClininc. Daniel G. Amen, MD is a physician, child and adult psychiatrist, brain imaging specialist, bestselling author, Distinguished Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association and the CEO and medical director of Amen Clinics, Inc. (ACI) in  Newport Beach and  Fairfield, California, Tacoma, Washington and Reston, Virginia
  • Revert back to scans to show damaged passages
  • Risk increases a brain develops and youth attempt to strike out on there own. Avoid inbreeding.
  • That same need to strike out also leads to risk behaviors which often results in death.
  • Grand Futures has and will continue to track these numbers will allow us to see if what we are doing matters!!!
  • Explain Risk Protective……all the alt events in the world won’t stop drinking as a whole…policy and enforcement do.
  • This is about changing what they do and what they have access to.
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    • 1. Social Hosting Workshop
    • 2. Remember when they needed you
      What is in the best
      interest of children?
    • 3. General Lack of Concern
    • 4. ACCESS
      Where do they get it?
    • 5. Things you cannot undo…
    • 6. RUINED LIVES
    • 7. Do you think underage drinking doesn’t effect the developing brain?
    • 8. ALLOW DETERMINATION OF STRUCTURAL AND CHEMICAL DAMAGE
      SCANS
    • 9. ALCOHOL USE
      Amen Clinics
    • 10. Alcohol no alcohol one year later
      using
      >1 year
      normal
      Amen Clinics
    • 11. What kind of performance will you have?
      Your brain runs your body
      HEALTHY NORMAL BRAIN
      HEAVY TEEN ALCOHOL USER
      Scans by Amen Clinics
    • 12. Brain Development during youth through adolescence, has been chronicled by the UCLA Brain Development Study. Orange and yellow color indicates the developing areas of the young brain and illustrates the timeframe at which these events occur. Previous studies for decades believed most brain development took place during the first three years of life, however this landmark study showed an incredible era of brain development from hormonal onset (adolescence) into the early twenties. The brain areas associated with these final regions are associated with reasoning, moral reasoning and decision making. Likewise athletic abilities are being perfected during the same time with skill perfection, skill innovation and maximal performance capacities reaching optimal levels. Surely drug use during this pivotal timeframe takes a heavy toll on these and many other capacities reaching their full potential. The unfortunate outcome to youth drug use is that if these critical events are affected during this chronological developmental phase damage , deficits, or reduced capacities may be lifelong. Train hard …Play hard… Party hard…waste your talents.
      BRAIN
      HORMONAL ONSET
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      0.1
      0.2
      0.3
      0.4
      0.5>
      FINISHING TOUCHES 12-21>
      REASONING
      MORAL REASONING
      DECISION MAKING
    • 13. ACADEMICS
    • 14. BRAIN ACTIVITY
      NORMAL
      ALCOHOL USER
      15 YEARS OLD
      Susan Tapert/University of California, San Diego
      The images above show the brain activity of a 15-year-old nondrinker, top, and a drinker, bottom.
    • 15.
    • 16. ALCOHOL CNS IMPAIRMENT
      FRONTAL
      CEREBELLUM
      NORMAL
      ALCOHOL
      BRAIN ACTIVITY DURING THROWING
    • 17. 14-24
      THE TEN MOST
      DANGEROUS YEARS
      OF LIFE
    • 18. RISK PEAKS EARLY
      ACCIDENTS
    • 19. In 2005, 4,544 teens ages 16 to 19 -- an average of twelve a day--died in motor vehicle crashes.Overall, younger drivers lack experience on the roads and are less likely than older drivers to recognize risky situations. While lack ofexperience increases teens' crash risk, so does driving with teen passengers while unsupervised. As the number of teen passengers goes up, so does the risk of a crash.In 2005, more than one in four young drivers killed in motor vehicle crashes had been drinking. The severity of crashes increases when alcohol is involved. Drinking drivers are also less likely to wear seat belts.
      4544 12/DAY
      MOTOR VEHICLE FATALITIES
      DEATHS
    • 20. DWI
      #
      of
      Clients
      Age of Offender
      Distribution of Clients by age
    • 21.
    • 22. MALE
      FEMALE
      ALCOHOL USE INCREASES DRAMATICALLY
      DURING ADOLESCENCE
      12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22-23 24-25 26-29 30-34 35-39 50-64 65>
      AGE
      SAMHSA
      Percent of Americans Who Have Ever Drunk Alcohol (A Whole Drink)
    • 23.
      • 40% of children who start drinking before the age of 15 will become alcoholics at some point in their lives. If the onset of drinking is delayed by 5 years, a child's risk of serious alcohol problems is decreased by 50%.
      40%
    • 24. ONSET
      The average age when youth first try alcohol is 11.9 years for boys and 13.1 years for girls. 
      The average age at which Americans begin drinking regularly is 15.9 years old.
    • 25. 5X PER MONTH
      10-14X PER MONTH
      # OF DRINKING EPISODES/MO.
    • 26. FRIDAY
      SATURDAY
      VACATIONS
      SPECIAL OCCASIONS
      PARTYTIME
      The average high school drinker has 4-5 drinking episodes in 30 days
      The average college drinker has 10-14 drinking episodes in 30 days
    • 27. Adolescents drink less often
      but more per occasion than Adults
      Usual Number of Drinks per Occasion
      Number of drinking occasions in 30 days
      12-20 21-25 26+ AGE
      SAMHSA
    • 28. Under 21
      20% of Alcohol Industry profit comes from the underage drinking illegal sales
      $22,500,000,000
    • 29. H20 9.9%
      FRUIT JUICE 6.8%
      MILK 6.4%
      COFFEE 15.3%
      SOFT DRINKS 43.4%
      ALCOHOL 9.7%
      FLUID CONSUMPTION
    • 30. Track the numbers
      Track the behaviors
    • 31. You cannot reduce risk by increasing protective factors
    • 32. HIGH SCHOOL
      MIDDLE SCHOOL
    • 33. MIDDLE SCHOOL
      HIGH SCHOOL
    • 34.
    • 35.
    • 36.
    • 37.
    • 38. 9TH 10TH 11TH 12TH
      RISK INCREASES
      PROTECTIVE FACTORS DECREASE
    • 39. MIDDLE SCHOOL
      RISK / PROTECTION
    • 40. HIGH SCHOOL
      RISK / PROTECTION
    • 41. HOW A YOUNG PERSON MAKES A CHOICE
      There are four areas that can impact youth in areas of RISK…
      +
      -
      Hansen All Stars
      Correlation Between Risk Factors & Alcohol Use
    • 42. FAMILIARITY
      +
      ACCESS
      There is more of a chance you will drink because you are hanging out with people who are drinking than if you are physically offered a beer.
      = USE
    • 43. WHO YOU ARE WITH
      The strongest predictors of alcohol and drug abuse among high school or college youth are social. Among high school and college youth, for example, the social group dominates as the best predictor of substance use…
      Young people use drugs primarily as a function of the social group with whom they interact.
      WHAT THEY DO…
    • 44. STANDARDS FOR YOUTH BEHAVIOR
      CLEAR CONSISTENT BOUNDARIES
      HIGH LEVEL OF CONSEQUENCE BELEIFS
      HOME SCHOOL COMMUNITY ATHLETICS
      LAW ENFORCEMENT
    • 45. Standards for Youth Behavior
      Set by ADULTS
      Enforced Universally
      Process to identify
      Process to help
    • 46. “A child who reaches age 21 without smoking, abusing alcohol or using drugs is virtually certain never to do so”
      “A society whose adults do not abuse tobacco, alcohol or drugs, is virtually certain not to raise children who do so.”
      The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree,
      " Set the example for your children”
    • 47. Parents of CRAIG
      I WILL CARE FOR THESE CHILDREN AT ALL TIMES ESPECIALLY WHEN I AM WITH THEM
      I WILL AS AN ADULT SET A POSITIVE EXAMPLE FOR OUR YOUTH BY THE WAY I LIVE MY LIFE
      I WILL, AS AN ADULT, ACCEPT RESPONSIBILTIY FOR OUR YOUTH
      I WILL FULFILL MY RESPONSIBILITY TO OUR YOUTH EVEN WHEN OTHERS FAIL
      I WILL HELP IDENTIFY OUR YOUTH WITH PERSONAL AND SOCIAL ISSUES
      I WILL GET THEM PROFESIONAL HELP
      I WILL DO EVERYTHING POSSIBLE TO PROTECT OUR YOUTH FROM RISK AND HARM
      I WILL NOT LET ONE CRAIG YOUTH FALL TO THE PERILS OF NEGLECT
      I WILL ALWAYS ACT IN THE BEST INTEREST OF OUR CHILDREN
      I WILL SUPPORT THE LAWS THAT SEEK TO KEEP OUR YOUTH FROM HARM AND RISK
      I will support a community consensus that clearly states that drug and underage DRUG/alcohol use is illegal, unhealthy and unacceptable and the zero -tolerance measures that must be employed to deter such youth behaviors of concern.

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