The Alliance for Wisconsin Youth (AWY) brings together coalitions, individuals and resources for a common goal that affects young people through the promotion of positive youth development. This goal of preventing substance abuse and behavioral health concerns is supported by over 90 AWY coalition’s members with the mission and focus to enhance and support those Alliance coalitions in their prevention efforts and youth development work.
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Parents Who Host Lose the Most – 2017
For more information and resources about Parents Who Host Lose the Most please go to: DHS PWH Website
Fast Fact Sheets:
***New Infographics and Fact Sheets will be produced in 2017***
Substance Use Among Older Adults
Substance Use in Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Populations
Misuse and Abuse of Opioids in Wisconsin
Opioid Overdose Prevention in Wisconsin
Trauma and Substance Use in Wisconsin
Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome (NAS) in Wisconsin
Alcohol and Drug-Facilitated Sexual Assault in Wisconsin
Adult Binge Drinking in Wisconsin
Operating While Intoxicated in Wisconsin
Underage Drinking in Wisconsin
WISCONSIN ALCOHOL POLICY PROJECT: The Wisconsin Alcohol Policy Project has expanded and reorganized it website to provide users with comprehensive library of downloadable alcohol policy resources. Building from the alcohol policy information previously found on Health in Practice, this site provide all the issue materials prepared by the Alcohol Policy Project, media coverage of Wisconsin’s alcohol culture plus PowerPoint presentations (with scripts) to help community leaders describe and explain alcohol policy.
Don’t wait, visit our new website and tell your colleagues about this great resource. http://law.wisc.edu/wapp/
Wisconsin residents are taking action to improve our alcohol environment, our expanded website is your tool box for change.
Wisconsin Underage Drinking Prevention Video
This video was developed under contract number HHSS2832007000071/HHSS28342002T, Underage Drinking Prevention Education Initiatives, with the Center for Substance Abuse Prevention (CSAP), Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). The content of this video does not necessarily reflect the views and policies of SAMHSA or HHS.