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Assessment: New Resources and a Data Alert

Please take a moment to review the new data resources that are available at: https://ncpreventiontta.althahosting.com/index.php/s/dpdQNXpTSQRSYYx New resources include data sets, ranking tip documentation, and detailed information about Using the 2017 Youth Prevention Survey.  We encourage all providers to read Using the 2017 Youth Prevention Survey file.  The file is important given new data findings being shared by […]

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2020 North Carolina Workforce Development Survey for Prevention Providers

The 2020 North Carolina Workforce Development Survey for Prevention Providers provides a point in time snapshot of the current status of the substance use prevention workforce within North Carolina. This survey was collected during the Spring of 2020 and limited to Substance Use Prevention Funded (SAMHSA) Block Grant Staff. The North Carolina Training and Technical […]

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Community Readiness Survey and Where to Find Additional Data

Community Readiness Survey This survey is designed to help understand your community’s readiness to enhance its substance misuse prevention efforts. The first few items are about you and your community. You will complete one Community Readiness Assessment per substance. Scoring information is included in the final question. This version of the Community Readiness Assessment is […]

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Needs Assessment Template Tips and other Information

We are happy to announce four new videos titled Needs Assessment Template Tips for our block grant partners. These videos are intended to provide a response to questions the Assessment Team is receiving. Topics covered include the use of the template, effective data practices, and considerations related to individual or collective data submission. In addition, […]

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Needs Assessment Feedback Opportunities

Template Review Process The statewide needs assessment is due to the Division of Mental Health on August 20, 2020. Per Jessica Dicken, Community Wellness, Health Integration, and Prevention Section Chief, prevention providers must have their assessment approved before implementing their FY 2021 strategic plan. The evaluation team at Wake Forest School of Medicine is able […]

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