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Priority one a community action plan

The Health Foundation of South Florida

Priority OneA Community Action Plan


Priority one a community action plan

The Health Foundation of South Florida

Priority OneA Community Action Plan


Priority one a community action plan

Community Prevention Plan Progress Report 2002

The Health Foundation of South Florida


Miami dade county

Miami-Dade County

Community-Based Prevention


Priority one a community action plan

Why the Community Approach?

  • Community-wide efforts:

    • Impact entire social environment

    • Develop a broad base of support

    • Promote collaboration

    • Bring lasting results


Goal 2 reduce the demand for drugs

GOAL 2:Reduce the Demand for Drugs

GOAL 3: Reduce the Supply of Drugs

GOAL 4: Reduce the Suffering and Costs of Illegal Drug Use

GOAL 1:Protect Our YOUTH


Miami dade county1

Miami-Dade County

Community Prevention

GOAL 1:

Protect Miami-Dade’s Youth

from Substance Abuse


Priority one a community action plan
Priority OneA Community Action Plan

Reduce levels of substance abuse among Miami-Dade County youth

by 50 percent

before 2006.

1995

2005


Priority one community prevention plan
Priority OneCommunity Prevention Plan

  • Will Reduce Local Youthful Substance Abuse

  • There’s a Role for Everyone

  • Directed at factors placing Dade Youth at Risk


Priority one community prevention plan1
Priority OneCommunity Prevention Plan

Includes 16 Targeted Objectives and Performance Measures of Effectiveness


Factors placing miami dade county youth at risk for substance abuse
Factors Placing Miami-Dade County Youth At Risk for Substance Abuse

  • HOST –The User

    • Behavioral Risks

      What people do

    • Attitudinal Risks and Perceptions

      What they think and believe

  • AGENT – The Substances

    • The Drugs

    • The Dealers

  • ENVIRONMENT

    • Social Norms

    • Laws and Regulations


Priority one a community action plan

Priority OneA Community Action Plan


Priority one a community action plan

Priority OneA Community Action Plan


Priority one a community action plan

Priority OneA Community Action Plan


Priority one a community action plan

Priority OneA Community Action Plan


The miami coalition school survey
The Miami Coalition SchoolSurvey

  • All Public and Parochial

  • Middle and High Schools

  • Conducted by community volunteers

  • In May 2001:

  • 2,478 students respondents


Miami dade youth marijuana indicators
Miami-DadeYouth Marijuana Indicators

Percent of 7-12 Graders

Reporting...

Percent of 7-12th Graders Reporting

Source: TMC School Survey


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Miami-DadeYouth Marijuana Indicators

Percent of 7-12 Graders

Reporting...

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Percent of 7-12th Graders Reporting

Source: TMC School Survey


Miami dade youth current drug abuse
Miami-DadeYouth Current Drug Abuse

Percent of 7-12 Graders Reporting any use in the past 30 days of…

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Percent of 7-12th Graders Reporting

Source: TMC School Survey


Miami dade youth current drug abuse1
Miami-DadeYouth Current Drug Abuse

Percent of 7-12 Graders Reporting any use in the past 30 days of…

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Percent of 7-12th Graders Reporting

Source: TMC School Survey


Miami dade youth cigarette indicators
Miami-DadeYouth Cigarette Indicators

Percent of 7-12 Graders

Reporting...

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Percent of 7-12th Graders Reporting

Source: TMC School Survey


Miami dade youth alcohol indicators
Miami-DadeYouth Alcohol Indicators

Percent of 7-12 Graders

Reporting...

%

Percent of 7-12th Graders Reporting

Source: TMC School Survey


Miami dade youth cocaine indicators
Miami-DadeYouth Cocaine Indicators

Percent of 7-12 Graders

Reporting...

%

Percent of 7-12th Graders Reporting

Source: TMC School Survey


First time cocaine use usa
First Time Cocaine Use - USA

  • Highest rate of Youth (12-17 yrs.) cocaine first use since 1965

  • 1999 average age of first time cocaine users was 19.5 years

  • From 1980-93 average age above 22 years


Miami dade youth drug availability
Miami-DadeYouth Drug Availability

Percent of 7-12 Graders

Reporting Very Easy to Get….

%

Percent of 7-12th Graders Reporting

Source: TMC School Survey


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Other questions
Other questions

When asked if they would be willing to take a simple lab test to show that they do not use drugs,

  • 79 % of students said, “Yes.”


Other questions1
Other questions

In reporting who or what had a “great or very great” influence on their decision not to use drugs,

  • 60 percent said Parents

  • 45 percent said Teachers, Counselors

  • 42 percent said the D.A.R.E. program

  • 41 percent said anti-drug commercials on TV

  • 34 percent said Police officers

  • 33 percent said Friends


Other questions2
Other questions

While 61 percent of students reported seeing anti-drug commercials on television “at least daily or more than once a day,”

  • 41 percent stated they had a “great or very great” influence on making them less likely to use drugs

  • Another 40 percent reported the commercials greatly overstated the risks of drug use.


Other questions3
Other questions

More than half of all students reported having worried, at least a little, about being injured because of violence against them.

  • 9 percent of students reported, “they worried a lot” about being injured at school or home,

  • 27 percent said they “worried a lot about being injured by a gun.”


Other questions4
Other questions

When asked if anyone in their family has problems with alcohol or other drugs,

  • 26 percent of students said yes,

  • Another 8 percent said they didn’t know if someone did or did not.


Priority one a community action plan

Priority OneA Community Action Plan


Priority one a community action plan

Priority OneA Community Action Plan


Priority one a community action plan

Priority OneA Community Action Plan


Priority one a community action plan

The Virtual Coalition: The Community Online

Go to www.miamicoalition.org

Click on Priority One


Priority one a community action plan

The Plan

Risk Factors

Role for All

Enroll and

Report


Goal 1 protect our youth

Miami-Dade County Community Prevention

GOAL 1: Protect Our YOUTH


Goal 2 reduce the demand for drugs in miami dade county

Miami-Dade County Community Prevention

GOAL 2:

Reduce the demand for drugs in Miami-Dade County


Priority one a community action plan

GOAL 1:Protect Our YOUTH

Miami-Dade County Community Prevention

GOAL 2: Reduce the demand for drugs - Promotecommunity partnerships - Engage comprehensive strategic planning - Apply successful youth prevention strategies to all populations at risk - Advance the role of treatment in reducing drug use - Promote a recovery-friendly environment; and - Expand intervention opportunities throughout society


Goal 3 reduce the supply of drugs in miami dade county

Miami-Dade County Community Prevention

GOAL 3

Reduce the supply of drugs in Miami-Dade County


Goal 2 reduce the demand for drugs1

Miami-Dade County Community Prevention

GOAL 2: Reduce the demand for drugs

GOAL 3 Reduce the supply of drugs

Criminal justice focus ontrafficking

Community response on reducing availability

  • “Environmental Prevention focuses on

  • social norms and regulations”

GOAL 1: Protect Our YOUTH


Priority one a community action plan

Miami-Dade County Community Prevention

GOAL 4

Reduce the Suffering,

Moral Degradation,

and Social, Health,

and Economic Costs

of Illegal Drug Use in

MIAMI-DADE COUNTY


Goal 2 reduce the demand for drugs2

Miami-Dade County Community Prevention

GOAL 2:Reduce the demand for drugs

GOAL 3: Reduce the supply of drugs

GOAL 4: Reduce the Suffering and Costs

of Illegal Drug Use

GOAL 1:Protect Our YOUTH

Promote earlier interventions in more settings

Advance “harm reduction” to harm prevention


Priority one a community action plan

Miami Vice

Cocaine Capital

1980s

Paradise Lost

Crack Monsters

The Miami Money Laundry $$$


Priority one a community action plan

Miami ADVice

The Miami Coalition

DFY IT

1990s

BAND - Drug Free Workplace

Weed and Seed

# 1 Anti-drug Media

Red Ribbon Week

Declining Drug Use In Miami

Informed Families

Priority One Community Prevention Plan Health Foundation of South Florida

School TRUST Program

Nation's First Drug Court

Leading Universities Research


Come visit us
Come Visit Us

www.miamicoalition.org


Priority one a community action plan

Community Prevention Plan Progress Report 2002

The Health Foundation of South Florida