The 2010 albany county pna results

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The 2010 albany county pna results

  1. 1. The 2010 Albany County PNA Results Eric Canen, Principal InvestigatorSurvey Funded byThe Wyoming Department of Health--Mental Health and SubstanceAbuse Services Division
  2. 2. PNA Overview• Survey of Substance Use, Problem Behavior and related Attitudes, Beliefs and Perceptions (Risk Factors, Protective Factors)• PNA Reports o State level report containing county level comparisons o County level appendices to state report o Fact Sheets • Overall Fact Sheet • At-Risk Populations Fact Sheet • Bullying Fact Sheet • School Connectedness • Chewing Tobacco Fact Sheet o Interactive Graphing
  3. 3. --Taken from the Albany County Overall Fact Sheet
  4. 4. --Taken from the Albany County Overall Fact Sheet
  5. 5. --Taken from Albany County Appendix, pg. 4
  6. 6. --Taken from Albany County Appendix, pg. 9
  7. 7. --Taken from Albany County Appendix, pg. 14
  8. 8. --Taken from Albany County Appendix, pg. 19
  9. 9. Local Rates At or Below State Averages
  10. 10. --Taken from Albany County Appendix, pg. 5
  11. 11. --Taken from Albany County Appendix, pg. 6
  12. 12. --Taken from Albany County Appendix,pg. 15
  13. 13. --Taken from Albany County Appendix, pg. 16
  14. 14. --Taken from Albany County Appendix, pg. 20
  15. 15. --Taken from Albany County Appendix, pg. 21
  16. 16. --Taken from Albany County Appendix, pg. 22
  17. 17. Large Multi-Year Decreases Changes AcrossMultiple Substances andMultiple Measurements
  18. 18. --Taken from State Level Report, pg. 187
  19. 19. --Taken from State Level Report, pg. 189
  20. 20. --Taken from State Level Report, pg. 191
  21. 21. Quote:On the positive side, Lincoln County, Big Horn County,and Albany County consistently reported substanceuse and problem behavior rates that were below thoseobserved in other counties. These four counties alsohad low percentages of students who were consideredat-risk and high percentages of students that wereconsidered at-high-protection. Given these findings,these counties may serve as models to demonstratehow youth substance use can be prevented. --Taken from State Level Report, pg. 192
  22. 22. --Taken from PNA Interactive Graphing
  23. 23. --Taken from PNA Interactive Graphing
  24. 24. Let others know that the data are valuable to you and them School officials need know ConclusionMany Resources Available Use the Data! I can help. I can help.
  25. 25. Resources• http://wysac.uwyo.edu/pna• http://wysac.uwyo.edu/pnaig• Email: ecanen@uwyo.edu• Phone: 307-760-0307

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