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  • 1. Promoting chemical health throughout the State Minnesota Prevention Resource Center RESOURCES TO HELP YOU PREvEnT PROBLEMS CAUSED BY • tobacco and other drug use • underage alcohol use • misuse of alcohol by adults and • related violence stemming from substance abuse 763-427-5310 • 800-782-1878 www.emprc.org The Minnesota Prevention Resource Center (MPRC) is a project of the Minnesota Institute of Public Health, with funding provided through a major grant from the Minnesota Department of Human Services, Chemical Health Division.
  • 2. CONTENTS 3 alcohol Welcome to Our Catalog MPRC enjoys a reputation for producing and delivering quality 8 fetal alcohol booklets, brochures, posters, CDs, DVDs, trainings and more in spectrum disorder our ongoing efforts to help prevent the problems associated with alcohol, tobacco, other drug use and related violence that can 10 youth access accompany use. to alcohol This is our clearinghouse catalog of free and low cost materials, but MPRC is a clearinghouse and a whole lot more! We also offer: 11 tobacco and other drugs Conferences and workshops. Consultants based in all regions of the state to assist you. 14 communication MN-Prev – free announcements via email about upcoming skills workshops, funding opportunities, the latest research and more 16 traffic safety to those who subscribe. Subscribers are encouraged to post their own prevention-related messages and questions. To subscribe, visit 17 trainings and related http://emprc.org/mnprev.html and enter your email. resources Newsletters 19 order form • Prevention with Impact, published twice a year with feature stories on timely topics. • Prevention Ties, published monthly during the school year, EffECTivE fosters networking and program sharing among Minnesota’s Common TraiTs of prevention professionals. This calendar of events is disseminated s PrEvEnTion EfforT via MN-Prev (see above). t people with Research informs us tha ss likely than those Technical Assistance and information services to individuals protective factors are le ge in risky behaviors. and groups seeking ATOD (Alcohol, Tobacco, Other Drug) without them to enga t seek to increase information for prevention and technical assistance around best Prevention efforts tha as: healthy beliefs and promising practices and strategies for ATOD prevention. protective factors such rong bonds/attach- and clear standards; st Training families, schools, ment/commitment to • Walking the Talk, a program designed to assist parents wanting to ; opportunities; communities and peers know how to talk with their children about ATOD issues. ring home, school recognition and a nurtu nment are more • Substance Abuse Prevention Specialist Training (SAPST), a 40-hour and community enviro n efforts that do classroom training over five days, SAPST is the first step to likely to be effective tha nts. not have such compone certification as a prevention specialist. ention: In short, effective prev Remember! We’re never more than a phone call (763-427-5310 or • Uses multiple efforts 800-782-1878) or a few keystrokes (www.emprc.org) away. s of the community • Involves many sector We continue to strive to provide the most accurate, up-to-date, rious ages • Targets people of va evidence-based prevention resources available. iduals and the • Addresses both indiv mmunity broader school and co HeAlTHy RegARDS–– environments Katie Zientara, M.S., CHeS, CPP time • Sustains efforts over Associate Project Director actors (and reduces • Increases protective f risk factors)
  • 3. alcohol Choices and Influences Series Where Do Most Minnesota Teens Choosing Not to Use Alcohol: Benefits for Adolescents Get Alcohol? From This pamphlet is for any adult who has grappled for a response to the teen statement, “But, I Adults. don’t see what the big deal is, you drink beer whenever you want to.” The benefits of nonuse This pamphlet offers for adolescents outlined here will help parents, coaches, teachers, clergy and others respond three clear statements for with information that goes beyond the fact that drinking alcohol is against the law. adults: 1) never provide CP941 $.50 alcohol to teenagers; 2) underage drinking Setting Guidelines for Choices about Alcohol is illegal and unsafe; There are only two reasonable decisions regarding the use of alcohol: not to use it at all or to 3) parents can prevent use it legally and appropriately. But what is appropriate and safe use of alcohol? The authors underage alcohol use. provide sensible guidelines for choices about alcohol. Each statement is sup- CP942 $.50 ported with additional information. It is ideal What to Say, What to Do: When for use with celebrations Someone’s Alcohol or surrounding prom and graduation and the increased Other Drug Use social activities that come in spring and summer. Concerns You CP937 FreeH Helping a friend or family member who’s in trouble isn’t always easy. This pamphlet helps you get started by offering a simple, Order by Fax 76-427-7841 or Online at www.emprc.org straightforward approach that focuses on a support- ive statement of care and concern. CP944 $.50 Rape and Alcohol—The Connection Sexual assault and alcohol use on college campuses is the focus of this pamphlet, which mixes the hard facts with a personal story to drive home the point that alcohol plays a significant part in many sexual assaults. Common sense prevention strategies for men and women are presented along with ideas for improving the campus environment. CP783 $.50 V O L 25 N O 2 F E B R UA R Y 2007 vent on preIMPAiCT with MPRC’s two newsletters, Prevention with Impact and Prevention Ties are available FREE to subscribers. AYs PLE AsU RE PAt hw iN: Impact is a 12-page newsletter published twice a year that covers a variety of ATOD and iN th E hU mA N BRA abuse prevention implications for sub stance Mandler related violence prevention issues. It arrives by U.S. mail and is also available in PDF from Director with Sally our website at the following location: www.emprc.org/impact.html. LICSW, LADC, MPRC by Kevin Spading, Why people use decisions, our life E When humans make risks, some are gain greater On a continuum of very day, researchers (based on our others are high way the lessons learned so far comparatively low and understanding of the environmental use can be clas- ns. For education, upbringing, risk. Some reasons for human brain functio us consider the others fall into and other factors), help sified as less risky while those of the us who work to reduce use of tobacco and illicit and the misuse of alcohol and pros and cons of the tives. We weigh available alterna- our options based on consequences of our choices the category of higher use, do so to enhanc e risk. Many who mood (celebrate Others use substances Ties is published monthly during the school year (September–May). This single page news- drugs research find- perceived or escape pain). prescription drugs, such ings into brain activitie affect behavior can help s and how they us understand and we decide to take within our comfort zone. risks or to stay possesses the same ability Not everyone to weigh his out of a sense of anger using “helps” them (or or loss and so they think) letter is a calendar of events and networking opportunities provided to subscribers to foster of realize it or not, each Loyal readers what we’re up against. may recall that Prevent devoted its February ion with 2005 Impact edition to At some point, whet her we ng decisions about the use or networking and program sharing among prevention professionals. Ties is an electronic this topic. Now, two years later, we us is faced with maki substances. revisit it and note somewhat smugly that the Minneapolis a front-page story on Star Tribune ran teens’ brains on nonuse of mood alter ing strike out against, or cope with, their subscription that is sent via the MN-Prev listserv. uals, for many they cannot fully covering much of or her risks. Some individ pain. Still others feel December 19, 2006, ones, are they use years ago. reasons including genetic express themselves unless what we reported two Human beings typically avoid pain pleasure. Pleasure can and be pursued more impulsive than contemplative about At some point, others and are less their decisions. whether we realize it mood-altering chemic viduals may rely on als. These indi- chemicals to lower Other reasons given To subscribe to either or both of these free newsletters, please call 763-427-5310 or seek of course, both their inhibitions. 1-800-782-1878. making : in a variety of ways, or not, each of us is faced with by people who use chemicals include Inasmuch as we or nonuse of or numb dis- healthy and unhealthy. decisions about the use to relax, decrease anxiety we realize that we ces. For many, Many people desire to avoid pain, mood altering substan comfort or depression. tely eliminate it as a simple cannot always comple have to this decision starts out continu es on page 6 from day-to-day living. So, we to pleasure.” it. means to an end: a “path decide what to do about , capt at your service . . . . . . . 10 . . . . . . . . . . 2 mprc staff and . . . . . . . 7 in minneso ta . . editor ’s note consult ants . . . WHAT ’S INSIDE: es . . . 11 l . . . . . . 8 featured resourc what is technica around the state assistan ce ( ta ), mark your calenda r . . 12 anyway ? . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 since 1981 why not invite a to . . . . 4 recover ing addict ? . . . 9 this NEwsLEt tER is a stimulat ing story speak to non - users FUNdiNg FOR E s O tA R t, B Y t h E m i N N P R O V i d E d, i N PA RVicEs, OF hUmAN sE d E PA R t m E N t Lt h d i V i s i O N . chEmicAL hEA H Minimum shipping fee = $5.00 (more for large quantities, according to total weight).
  • 4. alcohol Parent Posters (11x17) $1.00 Alcohol Choices and Guidelines Alcohol Use by College Students: for College Students A Guide for Parents This booklet helps prepare students to There is probably nothing that presents a MESSAGE: Kids learn a lot about alcohol make some of the most important choices greater risk to the safe and successful comple- long before they start drinking. It’s never too they will encounter during their college tion of college than the high-risk use of alco- early to set a good example. years—choices that enhance health and hol. This booklet helps parents talk openly with CP81 reduce the risk of experiencing a wide their college-age children about their beliefs, range of alcohol-related problems. (21pp) experiences, concerns and expectations regard- CP1095 $1.95 ing alcohol use. (25pp) CP1100 $1.95 In the Know: A Parent’s Guide to Alcohol, Tobacco and Other A PARENT'S GUIDE TO ALCOHOL, TOBACCO AND OTHER DRUGS Drugs Parents are Parents who are “in the know” important! about alcohol, tobacco and other ave you ever questioned drugs have taken one important To O rder Call 1-8 00 -78 2-1 87 8 just how much influence you have with your children, step toward helping their children especially their decisions about using alcohol, tobacco and other make healthy decisions. This drugs? We hear about peer pres- booklet suggests how parents Prevent sure. We see so many beer com- problem s can help prevent problems, and mercials on television. It is before th normal for parents to wonder, arise! ey provides basic information on the “how can I ever compete with all effects and health risks of com- MESSAGE: Kids learn a lot about alcohol of this?” The answer is, you can and you must. Recent studies monly used drugs. General guide- long before they start drinking. It’s never too show that clear and consistent lines for determining if there is early to set a good example. messages from parents to chil- a problem and ideas on how to dren about alcohol, tobacco and CP80 other drugs do make a very respond are offered. (8pp) important difference. CP893 $.50 H Minimum shipping fee = $5.00 (more for large quantities, according to total weight). 4
  • 5. alcohol nEW Link Between Alcohol Use and Sexual Assault Posters (12x18) $.9 This series of 6 posters targets 21 to 25-year old women and will help them have a better understanding of steps they can take to lessen their risk of sexual assault, especially connected to alcohol consumption. You didn’t order a date drug so don’t drink one. You need more than a little umbrella to protect Your tequila sunrise can quickly become your Order by Fax 76-427-7841 or Online at www.emprc.org Watch your drink. Message: Don’t let drinking your drink. Message: Watch for date drugs. darkest hour. Message: Don’t let alcohol lead to lead to sexual assault. CP1513 CP1514 sexual assault. CP1515 You booze You lose. Don’t let alcohol lead to sexual assault. Girlfriends don’t let girlfriends get taken If you don’t watch your drink, a hangover will be You booze. You lose. Message: Don’t let advantage of. Message: The buddy system the least of your problems. Message: Watch for alcohol lead to sexual assault. CP1518 can prevent sexual assault. CP1516 date drugs. CP1517 H Minimum shipping fee = $5.00 (more for large quantities, according to total weight).
  • 6. alcohol Sexual Assault Prevention Posters (11x17) $2.9 Recipe for a Successful Party This colorful pamphlet serves up 10 responsible hosting tips. Alone, or as a companion to Non- Alcoholic Party Drinks (pictured below), it helps party hosts avoid intoxicated guests. Includes MESSAGE: Blasted, Blitzed, Blotto....Forcing a three non-alcoholic drink recipes. woman to have sex is rape, even if you’re drunk. CP22 $.25 A felony, punishable by prison. The fact that MESSAGE: If it took a few drinks to your judgment was impaired is no excuse. No get her to stop playing hard to get, means no. And no answer means no as well. she wasn’t playing. CP87 CP89 MESSAGE: Some rapists use loaded weapons. Others use loaded victims. Most rapists aren’t strangers. They’re acquaintances. Often they Non-Alcoholic Party Drinks get their victims drunk before attacking. But be Being a good role model and a responsible MESSAGE: Getting her drunk isn’t aware that any time a woman is unable to give host is one way anyone can contribute to the same as getting her permission. her consent to sex—drunk or not—it’s rape. A alcohol and other drug abuse prevention. CP91 To O rder Call 1-8 00 -78 2-1 87 8 felony, punishable by prison. No means no. And This full-color book contains recipes for tasty, no answer means no as well. non-alcoholic alternatives. The food section CP88 offers great ideas for low-salt appetizers. Make a point of showing friends and family how to stay in control by highlighting these non- alcoholic alternatives. (32pp) CP679 $1.00 MESSAGE: What makes some guys think NO means give me a few drinks first? CP90 H Minimum shipping fee = $5.00 (more for large quantities, according to total weight). 6
  • 7. alcohol Post-Secondary Posters (17x22) $2.9 BECAUSE MESSAGE: What you learn in college MESSAGE: Play hard enough and you’ll depends on what you study. Party your earn a letter. Bars aren’t the only places way through school, and that’s all party animals get thrown out of. you’ll be good at when you get out. CP84 CP83 Because It Matters Media Kit By providing communities with information and resources about the need for adults to talk with each other about alcohol use, we are able to reach Order by Fax 76-427-7841 or Online at www.emprc.org out and support new and continuing public service communication campaigns. That’s exactly what Because It Matters does—this campaign offers a set of simple and easy-to-remember messages for decisions about adult alcohol use. The kit includes press releases, 8.5x11 ads (pictured above), back- ground documents and graphic images, all of which can be tailored to reflect your community’s specific needs. CP1323 $2.95 MESSAGE: Get drunk and you might try this with someone’s head. A high percentage of violent behavior and campus vandalism is alcohol related. CP85 Stoned, Cold, Dead Poster MESSAGE: It’s caused more dropouts MESSAGE: If you’re going to drink, stay warm. than organic chemistry, prelaw and If you’re going to spend time in the cold, don’t drink. calculus combined. Many academic Tell a friend. (18x23) problems are alcohol related. CP99 $.50 CP82 H Minimum shipping fee = $5.00 (more for large quantities, according to total weight). 7
  • 8. alcohol - FASD FAS Posters FreeH nEW Women and Substance Use in the Childbearing MESSAGE: Miscarriage, Years—A Prevention facial deformities and Primer other effects of Fetal Girl’s adolescence and young Alcohol Syndrome are women’s childbearing years 100% preventable. Simply (14–45 years) are promising don’t drink during preg- and perilous times. At this time nancy. mofas.org young women make many life- CP1497 (8.5x11) shaping decisions that are often CP1498 (24x18) associated with substance abuse CP1499 (36x24) and other risks. This large, spiral-bound Primer presents introductory information about the complex issue of women and girls substance use, and offers a com- MESSAGE: Mental retar- pendium of resources to help community educators and planners dation, heart damage develop and deliver public education activities. The Primer includes and other effects of Fetal educational resources in various formats on a variety of topics Alcohol Syndrome are including women’s substance use, addiction and its consequences, 100% preventable. Simply risk factors associated with women’s substance use including sexual don’t drink during preg- and domestic abuse, depression and other mental health issues. nancy. mofas.org MDH748 FreeH CP1500 (8.5x11) CP1501 (24x18) Seeds of Success, CP1502 (36x24) Creating Success Parent Advocacy Workbook This resource was developed and MESSAGE: Learning written by parents and caregiv- disabilities, behav- ers of children and youth with ioral problems and other Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders effects of Fetal Alcohol (FASD) for parents of children Syndrome are 100% pre- with FASD. It begins by providing ventable. Simply don’t information about understand- drink during pregnancy. ing and accepting your child’s mofas.org disability. Day-to-day challenges CP1503 (8.5x11) with practical, common sense solutions are offered. Accurate, straight- CP1504 (24x18) forward information on special education services, rights and respon- CP1505 (36x24) sibilities is also offered. The workbook is full of resources, websites, and references to help families work with schools and communities to create success, one step at a time, one child at a time. (46pp) To O rder Call 1-8 00 -78 2-1 87 8 CP1322 $10.00 It’s Your Safest Choice Poster (17x22) FreeH Great Start. What you should MESSAGE: Don’t drink alcohol when you’re preg- know about alcohol, tobacco nant. It’s your safest choice. This message is used to and other drug use during raise awareness of the dangers of substance use during pregnancy. pregnancy. Available in six languages. Pregnancy is an exciting and special CP106 Hmong time. It can also be scary and confusing. CP109 Vietnamese CP107 Laotian This brochure presents facts about drug CP110 English CP108 Cambodian CP111 Spanish use during pregnancy and also suggests some alternatives to using alcohol while pregnant. Includes local resources. CP258 $.25 Drinking and Pregnancy—Women Listen to Those Who Care This brochure gives a brief overview of the baby’s lifelong risks associated with Provider Tip Sheet drinking during pregnancy. (12 pp) MDH930 FreeH This two-page fact sheet provides helpful facts for service providers. MDH1087 FreeH H Minimum shipping fee = $5.00 (more for large quantities, according to total weight). 8
  • 9. alcohol - FASD Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Posters (8.5x11) Free while supplies lastH MESSAGE: If You Drink Now, Guess MESSAGE: Now is a Good Time MESSAGE: When a pregnant MESSAGE: Drink When You’re Who Pays For It? Drinking alcohol to Stop Drinking. It conveys the woman drinks alcohol she risks Pregnant And the Hangover Can during pregnancy is the lead- message that a woman who drinks having a baby with brain damage Last Forever. There is no cure for ing known cause of preventable while pregnant increases the and lifelong speech, learning, and alcohol-related birth defects. You mental retardation in children. It chance that her baby will be born behavior problems. If someone you can’t reverse mental retardation, can cause delayed development or with mental retardation, delayed care about is pregnant and drink- lifelong learning disabilities and lifelong behavioral and learning development or lifelong behavioral ing—talk to her and show her behavioral disorders. But you disabilities. Fortunately, alcohol- disorders. you care. Because drinking during can prevent them. Stop drinking related birth defects are entirely MDH662 pregnancy isn’t worth the risk. immediately if you are preg- preventable. Stop drinking, if you MDH1073 (Spanish) nant—because even one drink is might be pregnant or have just MDH1074 (English) one too many. Order by Fax 76-427-7841 or Online at www.emprc.org learned you’re pregnant. MDH661 MDH660 Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Posters (18x24) Free while supplies lastH MESSAGE: Pregnant mothers who MESSAGE: There’s no hiding the MESSAGE: Pregnant mothers who MESSAGE: Keep in mind that drink alcohol risk harming their fact that when pregnant women drink alcohol expose their babies while you’re breastfeeding, your babies. And that’s serious food for drink, their babies drink, too. to serious health risks. And that’s baby is having what you’re hav- thought. Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Is 100% a sobering thought. Fetal Alcohol ing. Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Is Is 100% Preventable. Preventable. Syndrome Is 100% Preventable. 100% Preventable. CP92 CP93 CP95 CP96 Don’t Take The Risk – Post-it Notes Drinking During Pregnancy Client Pocket Card Pads of 25 Post-it Notes packaged in bundles of 50 pads. MESSAGE: Don’t (English/Spanish) Take The Risk. Don’t Drink During Pregnancy. (3x4) This card provides information about the dangers of drinking during Limit: 3 bundles (150 pads) MDH931 FreeH pregnancy and resource information. (5.5x4.8) MDH1075 FreeH H Minimum shipping fee = $5.00 (more for large quantities, according to total weight). 9
  • 10. alcohol - youth access ReDUCIng yOUTh ACCeSS TO ALCOhOL is a major component to reduce underage drinking. If kids can’t get their hands on alcohol, they won’t be able to drink it. Compliance checks by law enforcement determine whether or not alcohol outlets are selling to people who are under 21. Compliance checks are a proven strategy that has been effective in many Minnesota communities and across the country. Retailer education helps alcohol retailers understand the importance of not providing alcohol to youth. What’s the Big Deal? Underage Drinking in Minnesota. This brochure examines the physical, social, behavioral and legal consequences of underage alcohol use. It also covers the penalties asso- ciated with underage consumption and providing alcohol to minors. For law enforcement, the brochure provides a list of Minnesota State Laws regarding illegal alcohol use and sales. CP967 FreeH 1987 Provider Consequences This wall-sized poster reminds parents and other adults, “Providing Alcohol to It’s the Law Minors Doesn’t Make Them Adults. It Makes You a Criminal.” Alcohol retailers Two-sided poster helps identify legal age to purchase alcohol. may wish to post such public education materials as part of their efforts to reduce Minnesota Department of Public Safety, 2005. To O rder Call 1-8 00 -78 2-1 87 8 youth access to alcohol. MADD, 2002. MJT744 FreeH CP968 FreeH Compliance Checks Alcohol Compliance Checks: A Procedure Guide to Responsible Alcohol Sales: Manual for Enforcing Alcohol Age-of- Off-Premise Clerk, Licensee and Manager Sale Laws and Training Video Training A practical guide for developing and implementing a This manual contains information and instructions for train- compliance check system for establishments that sell ing off-premise clerks and licensees or managers. There is or serve alcohol. Includes a training video for youth also a section for the trainers who will be using this manual buyers. Alcohol Epidemiology Program, University of to train others in responsible alcohol sales. Office of Juvenile Minnesota, 2000, 60 pp. Justice and Delinquency Prevention, 2000, 55 pp. MJT690 FreeH MJT736 FreeH This page is sponsored by the Enforcing Underage Drinking Laws Program through the Minnesota Department of Public Safety. H Minimum shipping fee = $5.00 (more for large quantities, according to total weight). 10
  • 11. tobacco and other drugs Tobacco Free Sports Posters FreeH ecstasy, Marijuana, Methamphetamine and Use these Minnesota sports-related tobacco prevention posters in school Tobacco Brochures classrooms, locker rooms, gymnasiums, community centers, ice arenas and other locations. Join these high profile athletes in promoting healthy life- This series of brochures encourages styles to youth and keeping sports tobacco free. While supplies last. Limit 50 college students to reconsider the to MN residents. Limit one outside MN. myths or unhealthy beliefs they may have about chemical use. The tobacco brochure asks students to think about how occasional use of tobacco, often called social smoking, affects their lives. Brochures on marijuana, ecstasy and methamphetamine debunk common myths about these increasingly popular drugs. Presented in a nonthreatening manner, this information can help students make healthy decisions. Marijuana: myth and reality CP1149 MN Twins Baseball: Torii Hunter Be Tobacco MN Wild Hockey: Our Only Addiction is $.50 Free - Choose Not to Chew (16x20) the Game. Be Tobacco Free. (16x20) TFY1089 TFY984 Order by Fax 76-427-7841 or Online at www.emprc.org MN Thunder: Fast, Fearless, Strong and Tobacco Free Social smoking: (18x24) beliefs and use TFY1085 CP1152 $.50 Methamphetamine: myth and reality CP1150 MN Lynx: Score with smoke-free lungs $.50 (18x24) TFY1453 nEW Ecstasy: myth and reality CP1151 $.50 H Minimum shipping fee = $5.00 (more for large quantities, according to total weight). 11
  • 12. tobacco and other drugs Marijuana Posters (9.5x12.5) $2.9 A u g uSt 2 0 07 A MATTER Pot, weed, marijuana. Whatever you call it, it is a concern on many college OF FACTS campuses. This series of marijuana prevention posters was developed Information About Alcohol, inside: specifically for college-age students. They were tested and developed with Tobacco and Other Drugs 2 T his publication provides accurate, up-to-date information about alcohol, tobacco and other drugs as well as the risks the input of college students, faculty and others to focus on topics that could Risks Associated with Substance Use associated with their use. It is updated annually to reflect 4 changes in State and Federal laws. New this year is information on the deter marijuana use. Health Risks by Drug Freedom to Breathe Act (see page 10). For more information, Category contact the Minnesota Prevention Resource Center at 763-427-5310, 5 1-800-782-1878 or www.emprc.org. Digest of select Minnesota Controlled Substances and Tobacco Laws: Crimes and Penalties 7 Selected Minnesota Alcohol Laws: Crimes and Penalties 10 Freedom to Breathe Act Categories of Drugs 11 Selected Federal Laws: Crimes and Penalties A Matter of Facts (updated annually) This straightforward document assists post- secondary institutions in complying with the Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act. Health risks associated with the use/ abuse of alcohol and other drugs are pre- sented in an easy-to-read chart. Readers will learn where individual drugs are catego- rized in the federal Schedule of Controlled Substances. State and federal penalties related to controlled substances are clearly MESSAGE: Besides your health, smoking MESSAGE: Smoking marijuana can limit outlined along with selected Minnesota laws pot can be harmful to your reputation. your future employment, Don’t let your regulating purchase, possession and con- Don’t let your future go to pot. future go to pot. sumption of alcohol. (10pp) CP1041 CP1042 CP1520 $.80 To O rder Call 1-8 00 -78 2-1 87 8 MESSAGE: School is hard enough. Why take MESSAGE: Going to school is hard work. Drug-Free Workplace Poster (12x18) chances with your future? Don’t let your Throwing it away is stupid. Don’t let your CP101 FreeH (while supplies last) future go to pot. future go to pot. CP1043 CP1044 H Minimum shipping fee = $5.00 (more for large quantities, according to total weight). 12
  • 13. tobacco and other drugs nEW Prescription Drug Abuse Posters (12x18) $.9 This series of 6 posters targets 18 to 25-year olds and provides awareness about the improper use of prescription drugs and the undesired consequences that may occur if abused. Order by Fax 76-427-7841 or Online at www.emprc.org It’s not Rxcreational. Message: If it’s not your It solves a problem for one person and creates It’s not a prescription for fun. Message: If it’s not prescription it’s not for you. CP1507 a problem for another. Message: If it’s not your your prescription it’s not for you. CP1509 prescription it’s not for you. CP1508 A prescription for your mom is not a prescription for you. If it’s not your prescription it’s not for you. It’s ok to be selfish when it comes to prescription You can open the bottle but if your name’s not A prescription for your mom is not a drugs. Message: If it’s not your prescription it’s on it, should you? Message: If it’s not your prescription for you. Message: If it’s not your not for you. CP1510 prescription it’s not for you. CP1511 prescription it’s not for you. CP1512 H Minimum shipping fee = $5.00 (more for large quantities, according to total weight). 1
  • 14. communication skills buted See It, Say It DVD divisi on h Prom otion c Healt h distri Resou rces .org www. miph ute of Publi ©200 7 Minn 800-7 82-18 78 • esota Instit ($39, includes the following 3 dramatizations, 30 wallet cards and a facilitator’s guide) its Healt throu gh What Wou ld You Do? Also, see page 3 for What to Say, What to Do pamphlet. What To Say: (for youth) A Lesson 10:22 Calm Dow (for school n and Follo sta ) 11:0 (for parents) w the Mov 9 13:04 es What To Say: A Lesson What Would You Do? Calm Down and Follow the Moves (For School Staff) (For Youth) (For Parents) The host creates a “lesson” for school staff with Here’s the deal. Your friend is using and you need The hosts show parents the difference between three dramatizations: a maintenance worker, to say something without turning into a complete confronting children in anger and using the teacher and coach using the six-step process to dork. The teenage hosts take other teens through six-step process to really help kids stay away talk with and listen to students whose behavior the steps of talking seriously to a friend about drug from drugs. (13:04) concerns them. This is a real learning opportunity use—without pushing them away or turning them CP607 DVD $39.00 for school staff. (11:09) off. (10:22) Other titles available: Time to Talk (For College Students) College students want to have fun, but they Pom Ces Hais also don’t want to see each other get hurt. This video is a dramatization of a six-step process college students can use when they want to talk to each other about behavior that concerns them. The script was developed and reviewed by college students themselves. nEW (10:00) Includes 10 wallet cards and a facilitator’s guide. Pom Ces Hais (For Parents) CP1069 VHS $10.00 In this video, the hosts show parents the differ- ence between confronting children in anger and Facilitator’s Video Guide using the “See It, Say It” six-step process. The ¡Hablemos Ahora! (For Parents) See it, Say it six-step process teaches parents how to engage our personal cho ices, most of us In this video the hosts show parents the differ- Regardless of will have time s when someon e we love or care or other drugs in more effective and lasting discussion with about is using alcohol, tobacco or unhealthy ways. When this hap- 1 I care. First things first: say I love you, I you. This ence between confronting children in anger their children about dangerous or unhealthy want the best for t care about you, I in dangerous ld we do? Wha l connection and reduces role? 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  • 16. traffic safety These items can also be viewed and ordered through the Minnesota Department of Public Safety website at www.dps.state.mn.us/ ots/resource_catalog/ or you can call the DPS Office of Communications at 651-296-6653 or fax a request to 651-215-1111. Are You Under 21? (PI4255 Brochure) DWI Cost (PI194 P) Shots Can Kill (PI390 P) 6 pack = $700.00 (PI191 P) This little brochure targets teens. It This poster breaks down costs Shots can kill. Drive sober. This This poster warns minors of the explains the consequences of driv- attached to a DWI conviction. poster features a shot glass and the consequences of trying to purchase ing after consuming any alcohol. (8.5x11) slogan, “Shots Can Kill” to illus- alcohol—a $700 fine or 90 days in “Kiss your license goodbye if you DPS594 FreeH trate the danger of binge drinking. jail. (17x24) drink a drop of alcohol and drive.” (18x24) DPS627 FreeH (3.25x2 folded) DPS604 FreeH DPS1018 FreeH Friends To The End… (11x17) (PI394 Poster) This poster features an actual auto crash photo of a dog sitting beside his owner, who was killed because he wasn’t buckled up and may have been drinking. DPS601 FreeH Impaired Driving Penalties and To O rder Call 1-8 00 -78 2-1 87 8 Driver’s License Sanctions Driving Minnesota Toward Zero Deaths This information is a guide and should not be considered legal advice. DWI Deathman Posters (18x24) FreeH DPS1493 When somebody has to ask if you’re OK “Last Call” Posters (11x17) FreeH DPS1371 Impaired to drive, you are not OK. Each of the four “Last Call” posters includes a witty Driving Penalties and headline that offers reasons to avoid driving drunk. (for Drivers License Sanctions DPS1492 Criminal vehicular homicide. Put that high school, business training courses, community locations, This brochure provides a clear on your resumé. hospitality locations) and concise summary of the consequences of driving impaired. DPS1494 Ever notice that stories about driving DPS759 When the bartender says “last call” make it a (PI301) drunk aren’t nearly as funny after you’ve killed taxi. (PI251 P) DPS761 One DWI can cost you over $15,000. Talk someone? about your unhappy hour. (PI253 P) DPS762 DWI. It’s how your lawyer affords those nice suits. (PI254 P) H Minimum shipping fee = $5.00 (more for large quantities, according to total weight). 16
  • 17. trainings and related resources A professionally trained workforce is extremely important to the con- tinuing improvement of substance abuse prevention services in Minnesota. The Substance Abuse Prevention Substance Abuse Prevention Specialist Training SAPST covers the following: Module 1 - Introduction, History and Overview of Drugs and Prevention • Examples of ineffective drug prevention • Discussion on dimensions and elements of culture and diversity and their relationship to prevention planning through the Strategic Prevention Framework (SPF) • Why and how prevention professionals should approaches with explanation of what made them Specialist Training (SAPST) curriculum be knowledgeable about, and committed to, ineffective is designed to provide up-to-date, addressing issues related to diversity • History of drugs in America evidence-based information to the • Why and how prevention programs should be • System of drug classifications responsive to the diverse needs, histories, cultures prevention field. This newly revised • Guidelines for substance use and nonuse and strengths of all groups that the program national curriculum has the most cur- • How to share concern with someone whose sub- serves rent information available on evidence- stance use concerns you • Key skills and practices that utilize diversity as • Timeline of prevention efforts an asset in prevention program planning and based prevention practices and programs. implementation • Seven building blocks of effective prevention pro- Audience: ATOD prevention grams Order by Fax 76-427-7841 or Online at www.emprc.org professionals, public health professionals, Module 6 - Using Human Module 2 - Prevention Research Development in Prevention health educators, key coalition staff and • Evidence-based prevention • Emotional development of humans based on prevention project directors. emotional expressiveness and understanding • Risk factors/protective factors theory of substance Cost: $300.00 (includes continental abuse prevention, the resiliency approach and • Social development of humans based on think- breakfast and lunch) the developmental assets framework ing about self, thinking about others and think- • CSAP and NIDA’s Prevention Principles ing about relationships between people Course Materials: SAPST Manual • Moral development of humans based on moral Module 3 - Prevention Program internalization, construction and self-control Length: 40 hours Planning • Prevention strategies that focus on human For more information call • Five steps of SAMHSA’s Strategic Prevention emotional, social, and/or moral development. Katie Zientara at 763-427-5310, Framework – concepts and resources for addi- 800-782-1878. tional information on completing the five steps Module 7 - Prevention and the Media • Influence of media in prevention Module 4 - Evaluation • Media advocacy principles • Purposes of evaluation • Discussion of alcohol and tobacco ads ative, • Distinguish between research and evaluation “Inform latest • Social marketing basics • Key components of evaluation n based o rch. • Use the logic model as a guide to create an Module 8 - Bringing It All Together resea ing evaluation plan rn • Redesigning a prevention program based on Fun lea ent.” m Module 5 - Cultural Context of information learned in the SAPST environ Prevention T • Review of important points from the training —SAPS nt • Key definitions related to culture and diversity • Discussion: applying what was learned during a Particip • Dominant cultural values and beliefs in U.S. the training to work environments society that both encourage and discourage alcohol, tobacco, and other drug use and abuse 17
  • 18. trainings and related resources Walking the Talk Parent Program Training What can we say to young people about using alcohol, tobacco or other drugs except that it’s against the law? At what age and times are discussions appropriate? What can we say if we are already concerned about a young person’s use? Walking the Talk is a program designed to assist parents and other adults in answering these and many other questions and initiating discussions with young people about the use and nonuse of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs. The program depends upon group interaction and group support in a setting that allows for participation in both large and small group discussions. The facilitator of the program creates a positive atmosphere, shares information, conducts activities and discussions, encourages participants to personalize the experience and handles problems if they arise. Walking the Talk can be offered in one, two or three sessions. One-day facilitator training to deliver this program is also available. For information about facilitator availability or facilitator training and materials which includes a 42-page participant workbook in English or Spanish call 763-427-5310 x129 or 800-782-1878 and ask about the Walking the Talk Parent Program. Related Resources Below is a list of alcohol, tobacco, other National Clearinghouse for Alcohol MInneSOTA ReSOURCeS drug and related resources we thought and Drug Information MN Department of Human Services might be helpful in your day-to-day work. http://ncadi.samhsa.gov/ www.dhs.state.mn.us/ SAMHSA’s National Clearinghouse for The MN Department of Human Services nATIOnAL ReSOURCeS Alcohol and Drug Information (NCADI) is touches the lives of one in four Minnesotans Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of the Nation’s one-stop resource for informa- with a variety of services intended to help America tion about substance abuse prevention and people live as independently as possible. http://cadca.org/ addiction treatment. The mission of Community Anti-Drug MN Department of Health Coalitions of America is to strengthen the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse www.health.state.mn.us/ capacity of community coalitions to create and Alcoholism The mission of the MN Department of Health and maintain safe, healthy and drug-free www.niaaa.nih.gov/ is to protect, maintain and improve the communities. The vision of the National Institute on health of all Minnesotans. Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism is to support Join Together and promote the best science on alcohol MN Department of Education www.jointogether.org/ and health for the benefit of all. http://education.state.mn.us/mde/ Since 1991 Join Together has been the index.html nation’s leading provider of information, Partnership for a Drug-Free America The mission of the MN Department of strategic planning assistance, and leader- www.drugfree.org/ Education is to improve education achieve- ship development for community-based The Partnership for a Drug-Free America is a ment by establishing clear standards, efforts to advance effective alcohol and nonprofit organization that unites parents, measuring performance, assisting educators drug policy, prevention, and treatment. renowned scientists and communications and increasing opportunities for lifelong professionals to help families raise healthy learning. National Institute on Drug Abuse children. To O rder Call 1-8 00 -78 2-1 87 8 www.nida.nih.gov/ MN Department of Public Safety The mission of the National Institute on Parents. The Anti-Drug www.dps.state.mn.us/ Drug Abuse is to lead the Nation in bringing www.theantidrug.com The MN Department of Public Safety is the power of science to bear on drug abuse TheAntiDrug.com was created by the committed to protecting citizens and com- and addiction. National Youth Anti-Drug Media Campaign munities through activities that promote to equip parents and other adult caregivers and support prevention, preparedness, The National Registry of Evidence- with the tools they need to raise drug-free response, recovery, education, and based Programs and Practices kids. enforcement. www.nrepp.samhsa.gov/index.htm The National Registry of Evidence-based SAMHSA’s Center for Substance Substance Use in Minnesota: A MN Programs and Practices (NREPP) is a search- Abuse Prevention State Epidemiological Profile able online registry of mental health and http://prevention.samhsa.gov/ www.sumn.org substance abuse interventions that have CSAP works with States and communities to This profile summarizes and characterizes been reviewed and rated by independent develop comprehensive prevention systems consumption patterns and consequences reviewers. that create healthy communities in which related to the use of alcohol, tobacco and people enjoy a quality life. other drugs (ATOD) in Minnesota. 18
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