Resources/News

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National

Reducing alcohol harms among university students: A summary of best practices
This paper presents a framework that can be used to implement programs and policies that can serve to reduce alcohol harms among the university student population. Nova Scotia, Spring 2012.

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Alcohol in the Vulnerable Lives of College Women
Article by Devon Jersild that appeared in The Chronicle of Higher Education in 2002.

The College Alcohol Risk Assessment Guide
Compiled in 1997 by Ryan, Colthurst, & Segars, the CARA Guide is a “how to” about environmental scanning and problem analysis (including exercises), responses, and assessments. Includes plenty of anecdotes from actual campus experiences.

Field Experiences in Effective Prevention
Follow-up to Experiences in Effective Prevention: U.S. Deptartment of Education’s Alcohol and Other Drug Prevention Models on College Campuses

The Office of Safe and Drug-Free Schools at the U.S. Department of Education revisited 22 campuses that received alcohol and drug abuse prevention grants from 1999 to 2004 and summarized the current thinking and lessons learned in the 2007 publication. In this 2010 follow-up document, the experiences of the 2005, 2006, and 2007 model program grantees are described.

NIAAA College Task Force Site — College Drinking: Changing the Culture
National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism’s website, offering materials for college students, parents and presidents, special features, and statistics and summaries.

Prevention Challenges for Community Colleges
This publication from the Higher Education Center addresses how community colleges are different and provides strategies for alcohol and other drug prevention in the community college setting.

Safe Supportive Learning

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State

Campus SaVE Act:

Options for Victims of Discrimination, Harassment & Sexual Assault, Mid-Plains Community College

Bystander Intervention Survey Behavior, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

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Binge
This NET News production looks at young adults drinking too much, too fast. Hear from law enforcement, university officials, and bar owners trying to change lives before it’s too late. The site includes a locally produced television special, video extras, a NET Radio series, and other web resources.

Your Kids Are Drinking
This NET Television/NET Radio project explores how lax attitudes among adults aggravate the youth drinking problem and how adults can provide realistic solutions.

Nebraska Collegiate Consortium Memorandum of Agreement / Commitment Form
For institutions of higher education in Nebraska to join the Nebraska Collegiate Consortium to Reduce High-Risk Drinking.

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Data

Nebraska Young Adult Alcohol Opinion Survey 2010 - 2016 State Summary Report

Nebraska Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System Report for 2016
Nebraska BRFSS data are used at the state and local levels to identify emerging health problems, establish and track health objectives, and develop, implement, and evaluate a broad array of disease prevention activities.  BRFSS data are one of the most important sources of health information in the state, and continue to serve as a foundation for state and local-level planning efforts.  This link will take you to the DHHS website for the complete report.

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Nebraska Crash Data from the Department of Transportation, Highway Safety Office
Charts and graphs for alcohol-related crashes for high school age under the link Older & Younger Drivers. Also, check out charts and graphs under the link Alcohol /Drug-Related.

Nebraska Risk and Protective Factor Student Survey

Nebraska Department of Transportation, Highway Safety Office Annual Report and Highway Safety Plans

Nebraska Traffic Crash Facts Annual Reports

Nebraska Adolescents: 2015 Youth Risk Behavior Survey Results for Nebraska

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