To be effective, prevention activities must be tailored to the target population. This involves applying the Center for Substance Abuse Prevention (CSAP) strategies and using best practices. Activities can be designed using the Logic Model to address the needs of the community. By the end of this course, you will be able to apply various methods to the design of effective prevention activities.
1. Identify the target population (universal, selective, and indicated).
2. Identify and describe the application of CSAP’s seven prevention strategies in various settings.
3. Select prevention strategies, programs, and best practices to meet the identified needs of the community.
4. Develop a prevention plan based on research and theory that addresses community needs and desired outcomes.
5. Create specific activities within a program, using a Logic Model, to achieve stated objectives.
6. Identify resources to sustain prevention activities.
Instructor: Mara Carlin, BS, CPS
Please note: If you are using a purchase order to pay for this class, there will be an additional $6.00 charged for processing, per class!
The Wellness Center for Prevention has instituted a new "No Show" policy that will result in a $15 fee assessed to any individual who fails to show up for a class or event held at or by the agency for which a fee is required. Individuals