Two Models on NewApproaches for Community-Based Anti-Drug Coalition:   State of Oregon and     the US Military         Apr...
Learning Objectives:1. Describe multiple strategies community anti-drug coalitions in Oregon are employing toprevent presc...
Disclosure Statement•  All presenters for this session, Judy   Cushing and Peggy Quigg, have   disclosed no relevant, real...
Introduction & Overview•  Impact of Years at War•  Prescription Drug   Abuse Problems•  Healthcare Disparities•  Role for ...
Impact of PTSD/TBI        Diagnosed Cases of PTSD•  30% of Vietnam Vets (780,000)•  10% of Desert Storm Vets (90,000)•  18...
Combat By The Numbers       OIF/OEF•    2.3 million•    280,000 Women•    1 mil Guard/Res•    50% repeated      deployment...
Homelessness Impact on Veterans •  107k - 300k   Homeless Every Night •  500k – 840k   Sometime/year •  2 % OIF/OEF Vets  ...
RX Drug Use By Military Personnel
Toll on Families & Children•  55% are married•  40% have two children•  63% of military families   live in over 4,000 comm...
Opioid Meds & MH/PTSD
Opioid Meds & MH/PTDS
Complimentary & Alternative          Medicine (CAMS)•  2011 - 89% of VA offered CAMs•  2002 - 2011 - 20% usage increase•  ...
Complimentary & Alternative        Medicine (CAMS)•  5 Most Common CAMS     Meditation - 72%     Stress Mgt/Relaxation – 6...
The Vicious Cycle   PTSD , Sleep & Attention Problems                Group Discussion               •  Causes & CuresSourc...
Impact on National Guard
Caring For Service Members           Military Installations•    Artificial Community•     Soldier Care•    Military Readin...
Life in Community vs. Installation            Guard & Reserves Lack   Traditional Installation Support Structure
Guard Prevention Approach       Evidence-Based Prevention for        Service Members & Families Adaptation of NREPP Team A...
NG Prevention ProgramUniversal Prevention
CADCA VetCorps Project      Creating the    community fabric …Vista/AmeriCorps Volunteers and coalition leaders usecommuni...
Health Service Disparities
Military Community Concern               18–25 Year Olds•  12 % of 18-25 year-old workers,   reported current illicit drug...
Reflection of Community•  All politics are local…       All drug problems are local…•  How is drug use a reflection of   a...
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  1. 1. Two Models on NewApproaches for Community-Based Anti-Drug Coalition: State of Oregon and the US Military April 10-12, 2012 Walt Disney World Swan Resort
  2. 2. Learning Objectives:1. Describe multiple strategies community anti-drug coalitions in Oregon are employing toprevent prescription drug abuse.2. Describe how substance abuse is affectingour military personnel and their families andexplain the military s Prevention, Treatmentand Outreach prevention initiative.3. Specify the successes and challenges of avariety of prevention strategies and explainhow these strategies can be implemented inboth rural and urban communities.
  3. 3. Disclosure Statement•  All presenters for this session, Judy Cushing and Peggy Quigg, have disclosed no relevant, real or apparent personal or professional financial relationships.
  4. 4. Introduction & Overview•  Impact of Years at War•  Prescription Drug Abuse Problems•  Healthcare Disparities•  Role for Communities
  5. 5. Impact of PTSD/TBI Diagnosed Cases of PTSD•  30% of Vietnam Vets (780,000)•  10% of Desert Storm Vets (90,000)•  18.5% of Post 911 Vets (425,500) - 6-11% of OEF Vets (Afghan) - 12-20% of OIF (Iraq) - 50% treated by VA•  19.% OIF/OEF TBI (448,500)Source: VA
  6. 6. Combat By The Numbers OIF/OEF•  2.3 million•  280,000 Women•  1 mil Guard/Res•  50% repeated deployments•  7,000 KIA•  1,650 Amps•  460,000 PTSDSource: VA
  7. 7. Homelessness Impact on Veterans •  107k - 300k Homeless Every Night •  500k – 840k Sometime/year •  2 % OIF/OEF Vets - 21,000 – 60,000 •  47% Vietnam Vets - 50,290 – 141,000 •  76% Have AOD/MH/PTSD problems •  67% Served 3 years or less ** •  33% Served in War Zones ** Source: VA
  8. 8. RX Drug Use By Military Personnel
  9. 9. Toll on Families & Children•  55% are married•  40% have two children•  63% of military families live in over 4,000 communities•  Parents of 200,000 children have been deployed parent•  18% increase in behavior disorders•  19% increase in stress disorders•  11% increase in behavioral health issues in 3-8 yr old Source: DOD
  10. 10. Opioid Meds & MH/PTSD
  11. 11. Opioid Meds & MH/PTDS
  12. 12. Complimentary & Alternative Medicine (CAMS)•  2011 - 89% of VA offered CAMs•  2002 - 2011 - 20% usage increase•  Acupuncture – highest quality•  3 Studies on Breathing & RelaxationSource: VA  
  13. 13. Complimentary & Alternative Medicine (CAMS)•  5 Most Common CAMS Meditation - 72% Stress Mgt/Relaxation – 66% Guided Imagery – 58% Progressive Muscle Relaxation – 53% Bio-feedback – 50%Source: VA
  14. 14. The Vicious Cycle PTSD , Sleep & Attention Problems Group Discussion •  Causes & CuresSource: NY Magazine 2/6/11
  15. 15. Impact on National Guard
  16. 16. Caring For Service Members Military Installations•  Artificial Community•  Soldier Care•  Military Readiness•  Pre-Deployment•  Deployment•  Post-Deployment
  17. 17. Life in Community vs. Installation Guard & Reserves Lack Traditional Installation Support Structure
  18. 18. Guard Prevention Approach Evidence-Based Prevention for Service Members & Families Adaptation of NREPP Team Awareness Universal & Selective PopulationsSource: NGB
  19. 19. NG Prevention ProgramUniversal Prevention
  20. 20. CADCA VetCorps Project Creating the community fabric …Vista/AmeriCorps Volunteers and coalition leaders usecommunity problem solvingmodel to help fill the gap of community servicesavailable military members and their familiesSource: CADCA/NGB
  21. 21. Health Service Disparities
  22. 22. Military Community Concern 18–25 Year Olds•  12 % of 18-25 year-old workers, reported current illicit drug use•  20 % of 18-20 year-olds & 27 % of 21-25 year-olds reported driving under the influence of alcohol•  13 % of 18-25 year-olds reported driving under the influence of illicit drugs•  High Risk Behaviors
  23. 23. Reflection of Community•  All politics are local… All drug problems are local…•  How is drug use a reflection of a community?•  18–25 Year Olds
  24. 24. Thank You for Supporting Us

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