Monthly Archives: February 2011

Why do they use? Why don’t they use? (Social Development Theory)

What Are the Factors Most Highly Correlated with the Prevention of Youth Substance Use? Our work at Caring Communities is based on two complementary theories about conditions in which youth and communities thrive and choose healthy behaviors. One of these … Continue reading

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Training opportunities

Visit http://trainings.healthandlearning.org/ for information and registration on prevention and related courses.

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How much is too much?

At AlcoholScreening.org, you can take a confidential self-test to assess your drinking patterns and receive personalized feedback. You’ll find out whether your alcohol consumption is likely to be within safe limits, or if it may be harmful to your health, either … Continue reading

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A discussion with Steve Waldo, Education Investigator, Vermont Department of Liquor Control

Rural Partnerships and Caring Communities present: A discussion with Steve Waldo, Education Investigator, Vermont Department of Liquor Control, Wednesday, March 23, 4-6 PM Topics include: • Energy drinks (a state and national peek behind the scenes) • What’s up with … Continue reading

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