AODA - CHIP Action Plan.xlsx
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Vision:Creating a culture In communities where alcohol is used responsibly and other drugs (tobacco, prescription, and illicit) are not misused.
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Goal Statement(s):Change social norms, attitudes, and behaviors around substance use.
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Strengthen community collaboration around substance abuse prevention.
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Increase funding for AODA prevention, treatment, and enforcement.
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Shared Measurement:Past 30-day use of substances in Marathon County high school students. Baseline: alcohol (25.8%), marijuana (5.6%), cigarettes (8.2%), chewing tobacco (7.2%), e-cigarettes (N/A), prescription drugs (3.8%), heroin (N/A), methamphetamine (N/A). Source: 2015 Marathon County Youth Risk Behavior
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Percentage of high school students who report that their parents or other adults in their family would disapprove if they had five or more drinks of alcohol in a row within a couple of hours. Baseline = 62.3%. Source: 2015 Marathon County Youth Risk Behavior Survey
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Percentage of students who report that their peers feel it would be wrong or very wrong to use alcohol. Baseline = N/A. Source: Marathon County Youth Risk Behavior Survey
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Percentage of adults who reported binge drinking in the past 30 days. Baseline: 25.3%., Source = 2015-2017 LIFE Survey
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Percentage of adults who reported drinking and driving in the past 30 days. Baseline: 7.3%, Source = 2015-2017 LIFE Survey
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Percentage of adults who said there is a great risk in taking prescription medication not prescribed. Baseline: 2011 = 46%; 2013 = 46%; 2015 = 48% ; Source = Marathon County Medication Assessment
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