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Prevention After Natural Disasters March 2018 SAMHSA’s Emergency Mental Health and Traumatic Stress Services Drug Free Highlands, Sebring, Florida “We are looking at a better way to get in front of these natural disasters or community tragedies as it relates to mental health and substance misuse, because what happens is our mental health deteriorates and then that’s when addictions come into play.” — Aisha Alayande, Drug Free Highlands Prevention of Youth Marijuana Use April 2018 SAMHSA’s Center for the Application of Prevention Technologies (CAPT) National Institute on Drug Abuse Oregon Public Health Division “Prevention best practice tells us to go deep, not just wide. Its multiple strategies aimed at impacting one factor are more likely to be effective when supported by the evidence and they have both practical and conceptual fits to our initial risk factor.” — Gisela Rots, SAMHSA’s Center for the Application of Prevention Technologies Partnering for Opioid Addiction Prevention May 2018 SAMHSA’s Center for Substance Abuse Prevention CDC’s National Center for Injury Prevention and Control American Society of Addiction Medicine “Prevention and response really does take a coordinated effort, and that includes communities, health care providers, public health, law enforcement, and all other sectors to really address this ongoing problem.” — LeShaundra Cordier, CDC’s National Center for Injury Prevention and Control Boys & Girls Clubs of America 2018 OUTCOMES REPORT 25