New Jersey Comprehensive Statewide Master Plan for Alcoholism, Tobacco, and Other Drug Abuse (Google eBook)
DIANE Publishing, May 1, 1998 - 243 pages
Abuse of alcohol, tobacco, & other drugs is of critical importance to the health of New Jersey's citizens & the economic stability of the state. This master plan systematically addresses the problem by setting priorities for science, social, & governmental commitment. It examines issues of addiction prevention & intervention, outlines program coordination & development priorities, focuses on planning & coordination of abuse of alcohol, tobacco, & other drugs abuse services among state departments & agencies, inventories current programs & their budgets, & explores ways to set measurable goals & evaluate the effect of current programs.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
adolescents adults African American age level agencies Alcohol and Drug ATOD abuse prevention ATOD abuse problems ATOD abuse treatment baseline behavioral health Block Grant Budget FY 95 Center clients cocaine Committee Compulsive Gamblers coordinated costs counseling Court Criminal Decrease Department of Health Detoxification Detoxification Services develop DHSS DHSS/DAS discretionary Drug Abuse Drug and Alcohol Drug-Free DYFS employees evaluation Federal Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Funding Source FY 95 FY GCADA goals Graph Health and Senior HIV/AIDS Human Services increased Indicators of Success inmates inpatient intervention and treatment Jersey Juvenile Justice managed managed care marijuana Master Plan MCOs Medicaid Methadone MICA Municipal Alliances outcomes population pregnant women Prevention Educ prevention programs Program Budget FY PTSA-BG q Department recidivism reduce referral reported residential treatment restricted risk factors SDFSCA Senior Services statewide Study survey target tobacco treatment programs U.S. Department Youth
Page 21 - Step 1: Define Mission and Desired Outcomes Practices: 1. Involve stakeholders 2. Assess environment 3. Align activities, core processes, and resources Reinforce GPRA Implementation Practices: 9. Devolve decisionmaking with accountability 10. Create incentives 11. Build expertise 12. Integrate management reforms Step 2: Measure Performance Practices: 4. Produce measures at each organizational level that * demonstrate results, * are limited to
Page 103 - of the American Cancer Society, the American Heart Association, the American Lung Association and the
Page 21 - (defined as drinking five or more drinks per occasion on five or more of the past 30 days).
Page 79 - prohibit the unlawful manufacture, distribution, dispensation, possession or use of a controlled substance.
Page 152 - and other drugs, involve parents, and are coordinated with related federal, state and community efforts and resources.
Page 21 - Step 3: Use Performance Information Practices: 6. Identify performance gaps 7. Report information 8. Use information
Page 49 - Treatment Providers, Treatment is the Answer: A White Paper on the Cost Effectiveness of Alcoholism and Drug
Page 1 - Tobacco Diet/activity Alcohol Microbial agents Toxic agents Firearms Sexual behavior Motor vehicles Illicit drug use