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SAPISP – Project SUCCESS. Dixie Grunenfelder, Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction August 21, 2013. Project SUCCESS. Project SUCCESS (Schools Using Coordinated Community Efforts to Strengthen Students) is intended to prevent and reduce substance use among students. .

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sapisp project success

SAPISP – Project SUCCESS

Dixie Grunenfelder, Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction

August 21, 2013

project success
Project SUCCESS

Project SUCCESS (Schools Using Coordinated Community Efforts to Strengthen Students) is intended to prevent and reduce substance use among students.

delivery of services
Delivery of Services

Program offered through OSPI in partnership with 9 Educational Service Districts in PRI communities.

program outcomes
Program Outcomes
  • Skills and Attitudes
  • Behavior
  • Substance Use
  • School Success
program components
Program Components
  • Prevention Education Series
  • Screening using GAIN-SS (www.chestnut.org)
  • Education Support Groups
  • Individual Counseling
  • Case management
  • Parent Engagement
  • School-wide Efforts
2012 13 prevention services number of individuals reached in pri sites
2012-13 Prevention ServicesNumber of individuals reached in PRI sites
  • Information Dissemination/Education: 412,831
  • Curriculum: 23,959
  • Prevention Education Series: 23,436
  • Prevention Clubs: 16,453
2012 13 intervention services demographics of individuals served in pri sites
2012-13 Intervention Servicesdemographics of individuals served in PRI sites
  • 36% Middle School/62% High School
  • 51% white /49% non-white
  • 51% Male/49% Female
  • 35.4% both parents/19% parent & step/35% single parent
  • 1% pregnant or parenting /6.7% on probation /1.7% homeless
  • 57% staff referral/43% self referral …….34% disciplinary
2012 13 gain ss results of individuals served in pri sites
2012-13 GAIN – SS Results of individuals served in PRI sites
  • Mental Health 59%
  • Substance Abuse 21%
  • Crime /Violence 9%
  • Dual Disorder 17%
2012 13 case management referrals of individuals served in pri sites
2012-13 Case Management Referrals of individuals served in PRI sites
  • AOD Assessment 31%
  • Mental Health Care 25%
  • Juvenile Justice 5%
  • Child Protective Services 3%
  • Community Support Group 9%
  • School Counselor 18%
  • Other (housing, food, etc.) 10%
2012 13 perception of harm outcomes increase of perception of harm in pri sites
2012-13 Perception of Harm Outcomesincrease of perception of harm in PRI sites
  • Smoking 1+ pack per day 18%
  • Try marijuana once or twice 56%
  • Use marijuana regularly 32%
  • Take 1 – 2 drinks per day 36%
  • Drink 5 or more drinks at a time 21%
2012 13 substance use outcomes of individuals w intervention goal served in pri sites
2012-13 Substance Use Outcomesof individuals w/intervention goal served in PRI sites
  • Decreased Cigarette Use 49%
  • Decreased Alcohol Use 67%
  • Decreased Binge Drinking 73%
  • Decreased Marijuana Use 69%
2012 13 behavior outcomes of individuals w behavior goal served in pri sites
2012-13 Behavior Outcomesof individuals w/behavior goal served in PRI sites

Decrease in trouble at school 13%

Decrease in skipping school 9%

Decreased suspensions 7%

Decreased in hitting 14%

Decrease in physical fights 14%

Decrease in arrests 40%

sapisp website
SAPISP Website

www.K12.wa.us/preventionintervention/

  • Publications/Reports
  • Resources
  • ESD Coordinators
questions
Questions?

Dixie Grunenfelder, Program Supervisor

Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction

360-725-6045

Dixie.grunenfelder@k12.wa.us