Excellence in Prevention Strategy List
Community Prevention and Wellness Initiative (CPWI) Cohort 7
Cohort 7 Community Coalitions should use the following guidance during the strategic planning process. Coalitions are required to:
- Ensure 60% of programs and strategies implemented are replications or adaptations of EBPs included on the EIP list.
- Programs and strategies implemented that are not found on the EIP list will count as innovative and may not exceed 40% of the planned number of programs per year.
- Implement one environmental strategy. Environmental strategies included on the EIP list implemented to fidelity, can count toward meeting the 60% EBP requirement.
- Implement both a Prescription Drug Take-Back Day and the Starts with One Campaign. These strategies will not count toward or against the 60% EBP requirement/40% innovative program allowance. Additional public awareness strategies may be implemented.
Community Prevention and Wellness Initiative (CPWI) Cohort 5 and 6
Community-based Mental Health Promotion/Suicide Prevention Services (MHPSP) grantees
- Mental Health and Suicide Prevention program list (see page 2) - to be used until June 30, 2021.
- Updated Mental Health and Suicide Prevention program list - to be used after July 1, 2021.
Dedicated Marijuana Account (DMA)
Prevention Programs and Practices for Youth Marijuana Use Prevention lists for Community Prevention and Wellness Initiative (CPWI) and Community-based Organization (CBO) grantees supported by the Division of Behavioral Health and Recovery Dedicated Marijuana Account (DMA):
- DMA CPWI Enhancement (Cohorts 1-3) and CBO grantees program list Updated for SFY 2018 (July 1, 2017 - June 30, 2018)
- DMA CPWI Expansion (Cohort 4) program list Updated for SFY 2018 (July 1, 2017 - June 30, 2018)
The Programs & practices for youth marijuana use prevention report provides an overview of DBHR's collaborative process to determine the above program lists.
Welcome to the Excellence in Prevention Strategies List. This page provides detailed information about direct service and environmental prevention strategies. Programs and strategies in this list must be shown in at least two studies to produce intended results. All programs listed include substance abuse prevention as an area of interest.
The strategies described in this list come from three primary resources:
- National Registry for Evidence-based Programs and Practices (NREPP)
- The State of Oregon’s list of evidence-based programs
- The Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation’s “Scientific Evidence for Developing a Logic Model on Underage Drinking: A Reference Guide for Community Environmental Prevention.”
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Lions Quest Skills for Adolescence (SFA) is a multi-component, comprehensive life skills education program designed for school wide and classroom implementation in grades 6-8 (ages 10-14). The goal of Lions Quest programs is to help young people develop positive commitments to their families, schools, peers, and communities and to encourage healthy, drug-free lives. Lions Quest SFA unites educators, parents, and community members to utilize social influence and social cognitive approaches in developing the following skills and competencies in young adolescents: (1) essential social/emotional competencies, (2) good citizenship skills, (3) strong positive character, (4) skills and attitudes consistent with a drug-free lifestyle and (5) an ethic of service to others within a caring and consistent environment. The learning model employs inquiry, presentation, discussion, group work, guided practice, service-learning, and reflection to accomplish the desired outcomes. Lions Quest SFA is comprised of a series of 80 45-minute sequentially developed skill-building sessions, based on a distinct theme that may be adapted to a variety of settings or formats.