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What You Need to Know About Teen ATOD Use in Nevada

“The behavioral risk taking that occurs during adolescence can profoundly impact immediate and long-term health outcomes” (Clements-Nolle & Rivera, 2013).  Introduction  The 2019 Nevada Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) is being administered at high school and middle schools throughout Nevada this spring.  A collaboration between the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the Nevada Department… Continue Reading What You Need to Know About Teen ATOD Use in Nevada

Why Does National Prevention Week Occur in May?

  Since May immediately precedes the beginning of summer, it is a good time for parents, schools, communities, and behavioral health professionals to focus on prevention.   and is an observance each year designed to increase awareness of and action surrounding mental health disorders and substance use disorders. According to the National Prevention Week website,… Continue Reading Why Does National Prevention Week Occur in May?

Problem Gambling Awareness Month 2019: Tips for Behavioral Health Professionals

March is Problem Gambling Awareness Month (PGAM). This grassroots campaign encourages Affiliate Members of the National Council on Problem Gambling (NCPG), organizational and individual members, state health agencies, gambling companies, recovery groups, healthcare organizations and providers to hold conferences, air public service announcements, host screening days, run social media campaigns, and any other activities that… Continue Reading Problem Gambling Awareness Month 2019: Tips for Behavioral Health Professionals

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