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  • W E L C O M EW E A R E G L A D Y O U A R E H E R E

    KNOWLEDGE/RESOURCES/ACTION

  • Agenda

    Presenters/Speakers KTT Student story Melissa Adolfson Student story Rose McKinney

    Question and Answer Session Visit Resource Tables

  • K N O W L E D G E / R E S O U R C E S / A C T I O N

    Whats our why?

  • Our PanelMichael George CPHS PrincipalStephanie Johnston Student Achievement AdvisorChristine Anderson CPHS Social WorkerLindsey Smith Regional Prevention CoordinatorRose McKinney CPHS Parent/Our Young AddictsKaren Manikowski Healthy Student Partnership, Project ManagerTracee Anderson Know The Truth, Community Engagement CoordinatorLaura Zabinski Know The Truth, Program ManagerMelissa Adolfson Lead Epidemiologist, MN State Epidemiologist Outcomes WorkgroupPatti Crema CPHS ParentGreg Cole Principal, Responsible for Discipline Policy in A-H ISD#11Barry Scanlan Prevention CoordinatorChristie Haustein Headway Emotional Health ServicesAndrew Dickman Brooklyn Park Police Juvenile DetectiveSheila Davies CPHS School Nurse

  • K N O W T H E T R U T H : L A U R A Z A B I N S K I

    What Students Tell Us

  • Know the TruthT E E N A G E S U B S T A N C E A B U S E I N A N O K A -

    H E N N E P I N S C H O O L D I S T R I C T

  • Know the Trutho Personal approach: Relate,

    Engage & Informo Reinforce school curriculum o Correct misconceptionso Interactive

    Minnesota Adult & Teen Challengeo Short-term treatmento Long-term recovery programo In patient and out patient

  • Schools We Work With

    Middle SchoolsCoon Rapids

    JacksonOak ViewRoosevelt

    High SchoolsCoon Rapids

    Champlin Park Blaine

    Andover Anoka

    ALCsRegional High SchoolTechnical High School

  • Drug Trends

    Gateway Drugs Cigarettes, Alcohol, Marijuana, Prescription Pills

    Other Drugs and Trends Meth, Cocaine, Heroin, Club Drugs Binge Drinking, Inhalants, Over The Counter

    Influences Friends, Media, Family

  • 9%

    16%

    2%

    8%

    0%

    2%

    4%

    6%

    8%

    10%

    12%

    14%

    16%

    18%

    Anoka- HennepinMiddle Schools

    MN Middle Schools

    Middle School Studentsthat have drankDrank 3+ times amonth

    Middle School Survey Results

  • 50%44%

    81%

    16% 16%

    29%

    0%

    10%

    20%

    30%

    40%

    50%

    60%

    70%

    80%

    90%

    Anoka -Hennepin High

    Schools

    MN HighSchools

    Anoka -Hennepin ALCs

    High SchoolStudents that havedrank

    High School Survey Results

  • Middle School Survey Results

    4%

    7%

    0%

    1%

    2%

    3%

    4%

    5%

    6%

    7%

    8%

    Anoka-HennepinMiddle Schools

    MN Middle Schools

    Have used illegal drugs

  • Middle School Survey Results

    70%

    88%

    33%

    23%

    3%11%

    4% 4%0%

    10%

    20%

    30%

    40%

    50%

    60%

    70%

    80%

    90%

    100%

    Anoka-HennepinMiddle Schools

    MN Middle Schools

    MarijuanaPerscription PillsEcstasy/HallucinogensSynthetics

    Of those who have used:

  • High School Survey Results

    30% 28%

    82%

    0%

    10%

    20%

    30%

    40%

    50%

    60%

    70%

    80%

    90%

    Anoka -Hennepin

    High Schools

    MN HighSchools

    Anoka -Hennepin

    ALCs

    Have Used Illegal Drugs

  • High School Survey Results

    96% 96% 95%

    31% 32%

    47%

    20% 22%

    60%

    13% 10%

    31%

    0%

    20%

    40%

    60%

    80%

    100%

    120%

    Anoka -Hennepin High

    Schools

    MN HighSchools

    Anoka -Hennepin ALCs

    MarijuanaPerscription PillsEcstasy/HallucinogensSynthetics

    Of those who have used:

  • School Stats

    65 70 75 80

    Physical Harm to Bodyand Mind

    Parents Disapproval

    Potential Legal Issues

    Reasons for NOT using

    Reasons for NOT using

  • School Stats

    After seeing our presentation 94% of students surveyed made a commitment to not use illegal drugs in the future.

    After having KTT in their classroom these are the top 2 influences our presentation had on the students Learned how dangerous drugs/alcohol can be 71% I learned this could happen to me 68%

  • What Can You Do?

    Educate them and yourself Lock up medication Talk early and talk often Partner with other invested adults

  • Student Comments

    I thought the presentation was amazing at showing, not only the effects of drugs and alcohol, but that help is out there and it really works. Student, Blaine HS

    The presentation was quite effective in showing the horrors of drugs and the depths of addiction. Student, Andover HS

  • Student Comments

    I thought the presentation was extremely realistic and made me realize that I should not ever turn to drugs or alcohol. Student, Jackson MS

    They did a great job telling us the dangers of drugs and alcohol and how badly they can effect our lives, health, and dreams. Student, Blaine HS

  • Student Comments

    Very inspirationalI AM NEVER TRYING DRUGS. - Student

  • March 3rd Preview

    Drug Trends

  • Contact Info

    Laura Zabinski MN Adult & Teen Challenge & Know the Truth

    Prevention Program Manager 612-238-6107 (office) 612-804-9482 (cell) [email protected] www.mntc.org www.knowthetruthmn.org

  • D O R R A N C E

    Student Story

  • Dorrances Story

    Age: 23 Fav. Activity (prior to use): Sports First Use: 15 - Marijuana Reason: Environmental Influences (Music, TV,

    Neighborhood, Friends) Worst Consequence: I had a skewed perception of

    who I was. Greatest Help: MN Adult and Teen Challenge Advice: Pay attention to what your children are

    finding their self-worth in.

  • E P I D E M I O L O G I S T : M E L I S S A A D O L F S O N

    Perception vs. Reality

  • M I N N E S O T A S T U D E N T S U R V E Y F I N D I N G S

    Anoka-Hennepin School District

  • About the Survey

    Administered every three years 84% of public operating school districts participated

    in 2013 From 1995-2010 survey administered to 6th, 9th, and

    12th grades; in 2013 administered to 5th, 8th, 9th, and 11th grades

  • SchoolsSchools Sample SizeSample Size

    Anoka High School Andover High School Blaine High School Champlin Park High

    School Coon Rapids High School Regional High School Anoka-Hennepin

    Technical High School

    2,305 5th graders2,578 8th graders2,546 9th graders1,389 11th graders8,818 total

    Anoka-Hennepin Participation

  • 15%

    6%

    10%11%

    6%

    17%

    8%

    11%10%

    5%

    0%

    5%

    10%

    15%

    20%

    25%

    Any Alcohol Use Binge Drinking Tobacco Use Marijauna Use PrescriptionDrug Misuse

    Anoka-Hennepin 8th, 9th, and 11th graders are slightly more likely than average to report past month drug use, and slightly less likely to report past month alcohol and tobacco useSource: 2013 MSS

    Anoka-Hennepin Minnesota

  • 32%

    14%

    21%

    8%

    17%

    10%

    0%

    10%

    20%

    30%

    40%

    50%

    2001 2004 2007 2010 2013

    Past month substance use has been declining among Anoka-Hennepin 9th gradersSource: 2001-2013 MSS

    Alcohol Cigarettes Marijuana

  • PERCEIVED VS. ACTUAL ALCOHOL USE

    8thGrade

    9thGrade

    11thGrade

    Students reporting they think MOSTstudents in their school drink alcohol once per month or more often 35% 64% 82%Students reporting they drinkalcohol themselves once per month or more often 5% 9% 20%

    PERCEIVED VS. ACTUAL MARIJUANA USE

    8thGrade

    9thGrade

    11thGrade

    Students reporting they think MOSTstudents in their school use marijuana once per month or more often 42% 64% 83%Students reporting they use marijuana themselves once per month or more often 6% 8% 16%

  • 76%64%

    84% 83%

    0%

    20%

    40%

    60%

    80%

    100%

    FrequentBinge

    Drinking

    FrequentMarijuana

    Use

    PrescriptionDrug Misuse

    Heavysmoking

    Anoka-Hennepin 8th, 9th, and 11th graders are least likely to perceive great or moderate risk of harm from marijuana useSource: 2013 MSS

    0%

    20%

    40%

    60%

    80%

    100%

    2007 2010 2013

    Perceived risk of harm among Anoka-Hennepin 9th graders has declined for all substancesSource: 2007-2010 MSS

    Frequent Binge DrinkingFrequent Marijuana UseHeavy smoking

  • 83% 80%87% 84%

    77% 73%

    85%80%

    65%58%

    80%

    68%

    0%

    20%

    40%

    60%

    80%

    100%

    Heavy AlcoholUse

    Marijuana Use Prescription DrugMisuse

    CigaretteSmoking

    Perceived peer disapproval of substance use declines by grade level Source: Anoka-Hennepin 2013 MSS

    8th Grade9th Grade11th Grade

    Over 9 in 10 Anoka-Hennepin students say their parents would think its wrong or

    very wrong for them to use, regardless of grade level or substance.

  • 23% 51%

    20% 49%

    14% 51%

    20% 48%

    0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60%

    Anoka-Hennepin 8th, 9th, and 11th graders reporting no past month substance use are considerably more likely to report usually getting A grades in the current school yearSource: 2013 MSS

    Bingedrinking

    Marijuanause

    NO useUse

    Any alcohol use

    Prescription drug misuse

  • 37%

    22%

    8%6%

    0%

    10%

    20%

    30%

    40%

    50%

    Skipped partial day 1+ times in past month Skipped full day 1+ times in past month

    Anoka-Hennepin 8th, 9th, and 11th graders reporting past month alcohol use were more likely to skip school without being excusedSource: 2013 MSS

    Current alcohol use NO current alcohol use

  • Anoka-Hennepin 8th, 9th, and 11th graders

    NO current marijuana

    use

    Current marijuana

    useDont plan to graduate 0.2% 1.7%

    Get my GED 1.2% 2.2%

    Work at a job 3.3% 7.6%

    Join the military 5.6% 10.9%

    Get a license or certificate in a career field

    5.9% 4.8%

    Attend a two-year college 7.1% 13.7%

    Attend a four-year college 72.7% 52.8%

  • 44%

    19%

    13%

    7%0%

    10%

    20%

    30%

    40%

    50%

    Females Males

    Anoka-Hennepin 8th, 9th, and 11th graders reporting past month marijuana use are more likely to report past year suicidal ideation as compared to those who don't useSource: 2013 MSS

    Current marijuana useNO current marijuana use

    Among current marijuana users, students are less likely to report suicidal ideation if

    They can talk to their mother and/or father most or some of the time about problems they are having: 25% vs. 49%They feel teachers and other adults at school care very much or quite a bit about them: 20% vs. 33%

  • 1.9x more likely to report past year depression; 1.6x morel likely to report past year anxiety

    1.9x more likely to report past year depression; 1.7x morel likely to report past year anxiety

    2.2x more likely to report past year depression; 1.9x morel likely to report past year anxiety

    2.0x more likely to report past year depression; 1.7x morel likely to report past year anxiety

    1.8x more likely to report past year depression; 1.6x morel likely to report past year anxiety

    2.5x more likely to report past year depression; 2.3x morel likely to report past year anxiety

  • Contact

    Melissa [email protected]

    Minnesota State Epidemiological Outcomes WorkgroupSubstance Use in [email protected]

  • J O S H

    Student Story

  • Joshs Story

    Age: 20 First Use: 12 Tobacco, Weed, Alcohol Reason: To fit in Worst Consequence: Criminal Record Greatest Help: My Mentor through MNTC Advice: Be there for your child for emotional

    support.

  • R O S E M C K I N N E Y

    Steps to Take

  • BEEN THERE, DONE THAT

    2016 Our Young Addicts. All Rights Reserved.

  • What Youve Heard Tonight

    Not every kid uses. Not every kid develops an addiction. But, no use is good use - developing brains

    cannot and should not handle drugs and alcohol.

    2016 Our Young Addicts. All Rights Reserved.

  • Kids that use are not bad kids.

    Its not about bad parenting.

    All Rights Reserved - Our Young Addicts 2016

    What you need to know

  • Not my kid

    2016 Our Young Addicts. All Rights Reserved.

  • It starts HERE, Tonight Get educated. Ditch the not my kid

    mentality. Have the talk OFTEN. Say NO to drugs and

    alcohol for your kids. Zero tolerance.

    Practice prevention but recognize the signs and symptoms of substance use.

    Talk to neighbors, friends, family, teachers, coaches, counselors.

    Share the situation with others chances are they are familiar and can help.

    Tap this network the ones on stage.

    Drug test, if youre unsure. Take care of yourself and

    other family members. Be prepared for the

    journey.

    All Rights Reserved - Our Young Addicts 2016

    What to do

  • Contact me

    Rose McKinneyWebsite & Blog:

    www.OurYoungAddicts.comTwitter @OurYoungAddicts

    #OYACommunity #SoberSchoolYearEmail [email protected]

    All Rights Reserved - Our Young Addicts 2016

  • Question/Answer

  • Our PanelMichael George CPHS Principal

    Stephanie Johnston Student Achievement Advisor

    Christine Anderson CPHS Social Worker

    Lindsey Smith Regional Prevention Coordinator

    Rose McKinney CPHS Parent/Our Young Addicts

    Karen Manikowski Healthy Student Partnership, Project Manager

    Tracee Anderson Know The Truth, Community Engagement Coordinator

    Laura Zabinski Know The Truth, Program Manager

    Melissa Adolfson Lead Epidemiologist, MN State Epidemiologist Outcomes Workgroup

    Patti Crema CPHS Parent

    Greg Cole Principal, Responsible for Discipline Policy in A-H ISD#11

    Christie Haustein Headway Emotional Health Services

    Andrew Dickman Brooklyn Park Police Juvenile Detective

  • Our Next Sessions

    March 3rd: Session #2 Signs/Symptoms/Support

    April 12th: Session #3 Resources, Actions, Community Connections

  • P L E A S E J O I N U S I N T H E C A F E T E R I A : A D D I T I O N A L Q / A

    V I S I T O U R R E S O U R C E T A B L E S

    Thank you for coming this evening