Resource #164 - CSAP Technical Report 13: A Review of Alternative Activities and Alternatives Programs in Youth-Oriented Prevention
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CSAP Technical Report 13: A Review of Alternative Activities and Alternatives Programs in Youth-Oriented Prevention
Youth who participate in alternative activities tend to be less likely to use alcohol, tobacco, and drugs. Alternative programming involves activities, programs, and events that are free of alcohol, tobacco, and drugs. Designed for policymakers and service providers, this report explores alternative programming as a means of preventing substance abuse.
1996
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•   Drug Abuse
•   Prevention
•   Youth
 
•   English
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•   Civic Groups/Coalitions
•   General Audience
•   Prevention Program Planners
•   Religious Groups