Moving the Needle: Using Epidemiologic Methods, Technical Assistance, and Locally-Tailored Prevention Strategies to Achieve Sustainable State-Wide Reductions in Substance Use and Adverse Consequences
Rhode Island State Epidemiological Outcomes Workgroup (SEOW)
This presentation outlines the Rhode Island experience with the SAMSHA Strategic Prevention Framework State Incentive Grant Program, including discussions on how epidemiological evidence, local technical assistance, logic models, and targeted local intervention strategies were used in Rhode Island.
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