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April 2023 Drug Take Back Day

May 2023
Factsheets, RSS Feeds/ Newsletters
Drug Take Back Day is a campaign that encourages the safe disposal of unnecessary medications in an effort to prevent medication misuse. Thanks to our local substance use prevention community,

Background Checks and Working with Youth Resources

December 2022
Factsheets, Publications
BHDDH and RIPRC, December 2022 This document outlines best practices and resources for working with youth, as well as guidance around obtaining and reviewing background checks from the RI Attorney’s

Infographic – Partnership for Success: 2021–2022

November 2022
Campaign, Factsheets, Publications
JSI Research & Training Institute, Inc. and BHDDH, November 2022 The Partnership for Success (PFS) grant aims to reduce underage drinking and strengthen prevention capacity in high-risk communities. This infographic

October 2022 RI Drug Take Back Day Infographic

November 2022
Campaign, Factsheets, Publications
BHDDH and The Rhode Island Regional Coalitions, November 2022 Drug Take Back Day is a campaign that encourages the safe disposal of unnecessary medications in an effort to prevent medication

10 Years of RIPRC

July 2022
RIPRC, July 2022 The Rhode Island Prevention Resource Center turns 10 in 2022! This infographic highlights RIPRC training and technical assistance activities across its 10-year

Adversity and Mental Health of Sexual and Gender Minorities in Rhode Island

June 2022
Data Resources, Factsheets
State Epidemiological Outcomes Workgroup (SEOW) on behalf of the Rhode Island Department of Behavioral Healthcare, Developmental Disabilities and Hospitals (BHDDH), May, 2022 This data brief developed by the Statewide Epidemiological

Drug Take Back Day

December 2021
BHDDH, October 23, 2021 This infographic demonstrates the success of Drug Take Back Day

A Parent’s Guide: Drug Slang

August 2021
BHDDH, July 2021 It is important for prevention providers, caregivers and educators to be informed about the different slang words used in reference to specific drugs and drug use. Often,

Suicide Resources at

August 2021
Factsheets, Prevention Websites
Rhode Island Department of Health Various suicide prevention resources can be found at and, including the new Portuguese translation of the Is Your Home

Who Is At Risk For Drowning

July 2021
Drowning is a leading cause of death for all children. According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control, for every child who dies from drowning, another five receive emergency department

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In the event of a mental health or substance use crisis, call to connect with a licensed counselor, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Bilingual support and medications to assist with recovery are available.

401.414.LINK (5465)