4 edition of Creating drug-free schools and communities found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||C. Lynn Fox, Shirley E. Forbing.|
|Contributions||Forbing, Shirley E.|
|LC Classifications||HV5824.Y68 F69 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 344 p. :|
|Number of Pages||344|
|LC Control Number||91023982|
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Excerpted from Creating Safe and Drug-Free Schools: An Action Guide, developed by the U.S. Department of Education in conjunction with the Department of Justice. To order a free copy of the guide and other publications related to school Creating drug-free schools and communities book, call Additional Physical Format: Online version: Fox, C.
Lynn. Creating drug-free schools and communities. New York, NY: HarperCollins, © (OCoLC) SAFE AND DRUG-FREE SCHOOLS PROGRAM U.S. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION OFFICE OF JUVENILE JUSTICE AND DELINQUENCY PREVENTION U.S. DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE Creating Schoolwide Prevention and Intervention Strategies GUIDE 1 SAFE AND SECURE: GUIDES TO CREATING SAFER SCHOOLSFile Size: 1MB.
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Using an evidence-based approach, Drug Abuse Prevention: A School and Community Partnership, Third Edition teaches students and practitioners the important concepts and skills needed to design effective drug prevention programs. Written to cover more than just the facts about drugs, this text provides a background of drug use and abuse Creating drug-free schools and communities book by: 7.
One promising development is the federal Safe and Drug-Free Schools program's recent recognition of the importance of community building; its August national technical assistance meeting in Washington, D.C., gave community building center stage as an effective violence prevention strategy.
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The Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act (SDFSCA) requires institutions of higher education to establish programs that prevent violence in and around schools, address unlawful possession, use, or distribution of alcohol and illicit drugs, involve parents and communities, and coordinate with state and federal programs to foster safe and drug-free learning environments to promote student academic.
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Good planning will facilitate a rapid, coordinated, effective response when a crisis occurs. Determine what crisis plans exist in the district, school, and community. Identify all stakeholders involved in crisis planning. Develop procedures for communicating with staff, students, families, and the media.
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The Secretary may make grants to institutions of higher education or consortia of such institutions, and enter into contracts with such institutions, consortia, and other organizations, to develop, implement, operate, improve, and disseminate programs of prevention, and education (including treatment-referral) to reduce and eliminate the illegal use of drugs and alcohol and the violence.
The DFC Support Program was created by the Drug-Free Communities Act of (Public Law ). This announcement addresses Healthy People Substance Abuse Topic Area HP SA. Eligible applicants are community-based coalitions addressing youth substance use that have never received a DFC grant.
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The Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act Amendments of and the Drug Free Workplace Act of require all schools and institutions of higher education to adopt and implement a program to prevent the illicit use of drugs and the abuse of alcohol by students and employees on school property.
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In This Section Drug & Ebook Counseling / Programs. The Counseling & Testing Center provides substance abuse assessment screening and brief substance abuse counseling for university employees and students.
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