2019 End of Year Evaluation Report: Community Perceptions of Substance Use and Outcomes of Workshops and Educational Activities

Using data collected by Service providers and community coalitions throughout Southern Arizona that addressed substance use and misuse among youth and older adults, the report details substance misuse trends, effectiveness of workshops, and outcomes of evidence-based programs. Each provider, in consultation with Arizona Complete Health and Evaluation Research and Development (ERAD), developed a logic model […]

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Before and After Disaster: Managing Your Medication

After a disaster, people who use medication to manage chronic conditions and stay healthy may be at risk. This includes people on medication for serious mental illnesses or in medication-assisted treatment (MAT) for substance use disorders, as well as people with diabetes, high blood pressure, and other health conditions. The following resources may help people […]

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National Medicine Abuse Awareness Month Is Here!

Calling all coalitions!  We need your help to raise awareness about the dangers of prescription (Rx) and over-the-counter (OTC) medicine abuse.  October is National Medicine Abuse Awareness Month (NMAAM).  CADCA is providing a wealth of turnkey tools to help coalitions raise awareness on these issues within their communities. Learn More Spread the Message Social media […]

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October is Know Your Rights Month

Consumer Voice has designated October as Know Your Rights Month. Please join PCOA & the BeMedSmart Coalition in honoring residents living in long-term care facilities by celebrating and promoting awareness of dignity, respect and rights of each resident. Visit http://theconsumervoice.org/issues/recipients/nursing-home-residents/residents-rights for more information. Residents’ Rights Residents’ Rights Overview Residents’ Rights are guaranteed by the federal 1987 […]

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