Session C3 - SAMHSA Overview Underage Drinking

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Session C3 - SAMHSA Overview Underage Drinking

  1. 1. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration: Overview of National Underage Drinking Programs and Reports 1
  2. 2. Presenters Robert M. Vincent, M.S.Ed. Public Health Analyst Center for Substance Abuse Prevention Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration Marion Cornelius Pierce Public Health Analyst Center for Substance Abuse Prevention Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration Jane Tobler (moderator) Vice President Vanguard Communications 2
  3. 3. The STOP Act Report to Congress on the Prevention and Reduction of Underage Drinking Robert M. Vincent, M.S.Ed., CDP, NCAC II Public Health Analyst Center for Substance Abuse Prevention Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration Alcohol Policy 17 April 7, 2016 Arlington, VA 3
  4. 4. As required by the Alcohol Policy 17 Conference, I/we have signed a disclosure statement and note the following conflict(s) of interest: NONE 4
  5. 5. Report to Congress on the Prevention and Reduction of Underage Drinking Interagency Coordinating Committee on the Prevention of Underage Drinking
  6. 6. STOP Act: Annual Report to Congress (RTC) Preparation Process • Most recently released RTC: December, 2015 6
  7. 7. Overview of Report to Congress Contents: Executive Summary through Chapter 3 • Executive summary: – Intended as a stand-alone document • Chapter 1: Preventing and Reducing Underage Drinking - An Overview – Describes national effort to reduce underage drinking, best practices, emerging issues, extent of progress • Chapter 2: Nature and Extent of Underage Drinking in America – Epidemiology of underage drinking • Chapter 3: A Coordinated Federal Approach to Preventing and Reducing Underage Drinking 7
  8. 8. • Chapter 4: Report on State Programs and Policies Addressing Underage Drinking • Chapter 5: Evaluation of the National Media Campaign: Talk. They Hear You. Overview of Report to Congress Contents: Executive Summary - Chapters 4 and 5 8
  9. 9. Overview of Report to Congress Contents: Epidemiology of underage drinking: Progress made • Over the past decade, there has been a steady decline in past-month, or current, drinking by adolescents and young adults. • There have been similar declines in underage binge and heavy drinking. • Rates of current, binge, and heavy drinking have declined to record lows among 8th- to 12th-grade students. 9
  10. 10. Overview of Report to Congress Contents: Epidemiology of underage drinking: Progress made Past-month alcohol use by 12- to 20-year-olds 10
  11. 11. Overview of Report to Congress Contents: Epidemiology of underage drinking: Further work is needed • There has been a slower decline in binge rates among females. • While 12th graders with college plans binge drink at lower rates than those without college plans, college students drink at higher rates than all others 1-4 years past high school. 11
  12. 12. Overview of Report to Congress Contents: Epidemiology of underage drinking: Further work is needed Prevalence of Binge Drinking in the Past 2 Weeks: 1991–2013 12
  13. 13. Overview of Report to Congress Contents: Epidemiology of underage drinking: Further work is needed • Binge-drinking rates among college students have shown little decline since 1993. • Underage college students drink about 48 percent of alcohol consumed by students at 4- year colleges. • Epidemiological data suggest that underage drinking has been particularly intractable for the 18-20 year old age group. 13
  14. 14. Overview of Report to Congress Contents: Epidemiology of underage drinking: Further work is needed Current and Binge Alcohol Use among Persons Ages 12– 20 by Age: 2013 Prevalence of Past-Year DSM-IV Alcohol Dependence or Abuse by Age: 2012–2013 14
  15. 15. Report to Congress: New Features The December 2015 RTC includes: • Section on powdered alcohol; • New expanded section on enforcement of underage drinking policies; • Chapter 5: New chapter on the National Media Campaign • STOP Act mandates annual report on effectiveness and numbers reached by Campaign 15
  16. 16. Report to Congress: Accessibility • The December 2015 RTC is available at: www.stopalcoholabuse.gov • In response to input from stakeholders: –RTC can now be downloaded as an entire document, by state report, or by policy. –Data tables are included in the appendices. 16
  17. 17. Overview of Report to Congress: State Reports Each state report contains: • Map • Population Data • State underage drinking data 17
  18. 18. Overview of Report to Congress: State Reports Each state report contains: • Legal data on 25 policies 18
  19. 19. Overview of Report to Congress: State Reports Each state report contains: State Survey responses 19
  20. 20. Overview of Report to Congress: State Reports New state policy topic added for 2016: • High proof grain alcohol. 20
  21. 21. Overview of Report to Congress: Chapter 4: Cross-State Survey Report State Survey: • First reported in 2012 Report to Congress • All 50 States and the District of Columbia provided responses • Four key sections – State enforcement activities – State prevention programs – State interagency collaborations/best practices – State expenditures 21
  22. 22. Overview of Report to Congress: Chapter 4: Cross-State Survey Report State Survey: Enforcement Data Enforcement Strategies and Actions Compliance Checks/Decoy Operations Cops in Shops Shoulder Tap Party Patrol/Party Dispersal Underage, Alcohol-Related Fatality Investigations Minors in Possession (MIP) 22
  23. 23. Overview of Report to Congress: Chapter 4: Cross-State Survey Report Percent of Jurisdictions Reporting Enforcement Data Collection State collects data on compliance checks State collects data on MIP arrests State conducted Locally conducted State conducted Locally conducted 78% 29% 80% 31% 23
  24. 24. Overview of Report to Congress: Chapter 4: Cross-State Survey Report Percent of Jurisdictions Reporting Enforcement Data Collection State collects data on penalties imposed on retail establishments Fines License suspensions License revocations 73% 78% 67% 24
  25. 25. Overview of Report to Congress: Chapter 4: Cross-State Survey Report Compliance Checks Number of licensees on which checks were conducted Percentage of licensees on which checks were conducted that failed the checks State agencies all checks (n=37) Median for those that collect data 1,302 Median for those that collect data 14% Minimum 14 Minimum 3% Maximum 12,487 Maximum 63% State agencies random checks only (n=20) Median for those that collect data 1,549 Median for those that collect data 13% Minimum 225 Minimum 3% Maximum 12,487 Maximum 34% Local agencies (n=13) Median for those that collect data 946 Median for those that collect data 12% Minimum 145 Minimum 7% Maximum 7,830 Maximum 21% 25
  26. 26. Overview of Report to Congress: Chapter 4: Cross-State Survey Report Types of Programs Targeted to Youth, Parents, and Caregivers Program category Percentage of programs implemented Focused on individuals 57 Focused on the environment 24 Mixed focus 14 Media campaigns 5 26
  27. 27. Overview of Report to Congress: Chapter 4: Cross-State Survey Report Collaborations, Planning, and Reports: State ICCPUDs Composition of Interagency Group -- State Government Entities Composition of Interagency Group -- Other Entities Office of the Governor Legislature Attorney General Percentage of states with a committee (n=40) 10 18 33 Local law enforcement College/university administration, campus life department, campus police Community coalitions/ Concerned citizens Youth Percentage of states with a committee (n=40) 23 50 38 28 27
  28. 28. Overview of Report to Congress: Chapter 4: Cross-State Survey Report State Survey: Other Highlights MIP (minors in possession) arrest data Evaluation of Underage Drinking-Specific Programs Programs To Measure/Reduce Youth Exposure to Alcohol Advertising and Marketing Best Practice Standards State Expenditures State Planning and Reports on Underage Drinking Prevention 28
  29. 29. Marion Pierce Public Health Analyst Center for Substance Abuse Prevention Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration Alcohol Policy 17 | April 7, 2016 Town Hall Meetings to Prevent Underage Drinking: A Catalyst for Change for Campus Communities 29
  30. 30. As required by the Alcohol Policy 17 Conference, I/we have signed a disclosure statement and note the following conflict(s) of interest: NONE 30
  31. 31. Underage and High-Risk Drinking What’s the Solution? 31
  32. 32. Communities Talk: Town Hall Meetings • Benefits of Town Hall Meetings • Examples of successful collaborations • Identification of issues on campus and surrounding community • SAMHSA resources 32
  33. 33. • Sponsored by SAMHSA every 2 years since 2006 • Promote campus and community collaboration 33 Communities Talk: Town Hall Meetings
  34. 34. • Educate the community • Identify contributing factors • Promote evidence-based solutions • Plan, implement, and evaluate 34 Communities Talk: Town Hall Meetings
  35. 35. Campus‒Community Collaborations 35 Communities Talk: Town Hall Meetings
  36. 36. 2014 Campus‒Community Collaborations More than 120 campus-community Town Hall Meeting events  Western Washington University  Discussions with alcohol retailers  University of Alaska Anchorage  Legislation Recommendations 36
  37. 37. Fort Berthold Indian Reservation and Community College Town Hall Meeting Issue: • Lack of concern about underage drinking infractions Town Hall Meeting: • Coalition members reviewed law enforcement data Outcomes: • Trainings for law enforcement personnel • Alcohol-free campus proposal 37
  38. 38. Durham County and North Carolina Central University Town Hall Meetings Outcomes: • Policy on the approval/denial of permits • Campaign banning sales of fortified alcohol beverages in convenience stores 38 Conducted annual Town Hall Meetings since 2006
  39. 39. Planning and Hosting 39 Communities Talk: Town Hall Meetings
  40. 40. Communities Talk: Successful Town Hall Meetings SAMHSA’s Strategic Prevention Framework Step 1: Assessment • Collect and analyze data to identify priority issues 40
  41. 41. Underage Drinking Data Resources State Data Report to Congress on the Prevention and Reduction of Underage Drinking Local Data • SAMHSA NSDUH sub-state data • U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Youth Online: High School Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance System • State department of health and department of education.
  42. 42. New Section Communities Talk: Town Hall Meeting Resources 42 Available Materials
  43. 43. Success Stories • Detailed event descriptions • Measures of success • Next steps Communities Talk: Town Hall Meetings Website 43
  44. 44. Taking Action 44 Communities Talk: Town Hall Meetings
  45. 45. • Follow on Facebook and Twitter for updates • Retweet to spread the word • Include #CommunitiesTalk in your posts Join the year-round online conversation #CommunitiesTalk 45 Communities Talk: Town Hall Meetings
  46. 46. Further Information Communities Talk: Town Hall Meetings Initiative Marion Pierce Marion.Pierce@samhsa.hhs.gov 46
  47. 47. Questions and Discussion 47

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