Prevention; Federal Initiatives 2010


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Prevention; Federal Initiatives 2010

  1. 1. Federal Initiatives The Future of Prevention 12-6-2010 Frank G. Magourilos, SCPS
  2. 2. New initiatives that will impactour work!!!New White House National Drug Control PolicyNew IOM ReportSAMHSA’s 10 Strategic InitiativesHealthy People 2020
  3. 3. National Drug Control PolicyCreate a national prevention systemCreate primary care role in early interventionUse treatment interventions that work, and get the right people to those interventionsProvide effective treatment within criminal justice systemImprove and use data to create better programs and more collaborative community plans
  4. 4. NATIONAL DRUG CONTROL POLICY In Treatment Addicted Harmful use – requires Drug Use early intervention and diagnosis Prevention – most people don’t use, or use without problematic consequences
  6. 6. Preventing Mental, Emotional, and Behavioral Disorders Among Young People (2009 IOM Report)Contains a summary of the latest findings about what works andrecommendations about practice and policy--Create parity between prevention and treatment research--Intervene earlier--Use broad prevention approach across multiple content areas--Create collaborative approaches--Incorporate screening for risk factors and early symptoms of disorders--Link healthy developmental milestones and the family, school, and community factors associated with them
  7. 7. Interventions by Developmental Phase Prior toConception Infancy Prenatal Early Childhood
  8. 8. Interventions by Developmental Phase (Continued)Childhood Adolescence Early Young Adolescence Adulthood
  9. 9. Interventions by Developmental Phase Prior To Early Early Prenatal Infancy Childhood Adolescence Conception Childhood Adolescence← Pregnancy → Prevention ← Prenatal → Care ← Home Visiting → ← Early Childhood → Interventions Parenting Skills Training
  10. 10. Interventions by Developmental Phase Early Early YoungInfancy Childhood Adolescence Childhood Adolescence Adulthood ← Social and Behavioral → Skills Training ← Classroom-based curriculum to → prevent substance abuse, aggressive behavior, or risky sex ← Prevention of Depression → ← Prevention of → Schizophrenia
  11. 11. Interventions by Developmental Phase Prior To Early Early Young Prenatal Infancy Childhood AdolescenceConception Childhood Adolescence Adulthood Prevention focused on specific family adversities (Bereavement, divorce, parental psychopathology, parental substance use, parental incarceration) Community Interventions Policy
  12. 12. SAMHSA’s 10 Strategic InitiativesPrevention of Substance Abuse and Mental Illness Create prevention prepared communities where individuals, families, schools, workplaces, and communities take action to promote emotional health and prevent and reduce mental illness, substance about including tobacco, and suicide across the lifespanTrauma and Justice Reduce the pervasive, harmful, and costly health impact of violence and trauma by integrating trauma-informed approaches throughout health and behavioral healthcare systems and to divert people with substance use and mental disorders from criminal and juvenile justice systems into trauma-informed treatment and recovery
  13. 13. SAMHSA’s 10 Strategic Initiatives(continued)Military Families – Active, Guard, Reserve, and Veteran Support of our service men and women and their families and communities by leading efforts to ensure needed behavioral health services are accessible and outcomes are successfulHealth Reform Broaden health coverage and the use of evidence based practices to increase access to appropriate and high quality care, and to reduce disparities that currently exist between the availability of services for substance use and mental disorders and other medical conditions
  14. 14. SAMHSA’s 10 Strategic Initiatives(continued)Housing and Homelessness Provide housing and reduce the barriers that homeless persons with mental and substance use disorders and their families experience to accessing effective programs that sustain recoveryJobs and Economy Promote the behavioral health of individuals, families, and communities affected by the economic downturn; the employment of people with mental and substance use disorders, and policies for employers that support behavioral health in the workplace
  15. 15. SAMHSA’s 10 Strategic Initiatives(continued)Health Information Technology for Behavioral Health Providers Ensure the behavioral health provider network, including prevention specialists and consumer providers, fully participates with the general health care delivery system in the adoption of health information technologyBehavioral Health Workforce - Primary & Specialty Care Settings Provide a coordinated approach to address workforce development issues affecting the behavioral health and general health services delivery community to promote the integration of services and the training and use of behavioral health screening, brief intervention and referral for treatment in primary care settings
  16. 16. SAMHSA’s 10 Strategic Initiatives(continued)Data, Outcomes, and Quality – Demonstrating Results Realize an integrated data strategy that informs policy, measures program impact, and results in improved quality of services and outcomes for individuals, families and communitiesPublic Awarenesss and Support Increase understanding of mental and substance use disorder prevention and treatment services to achieve the full potential of prevention and help people recognize and seek assistance for these health conditions with the same urgency as any other health condition