count towards your class participation score.
Summary of Week 3 Deliverables
Assignment Location Due
CheckPoint: A Day in the Life of Josie Assignment Link 06/02/2011
Assignment: Health Promotion Program Assignment Link 06/05/2011
Substance Use and Abuse...
cure are behavioral/cognitive theory, and the combination of drug therapy.
Week Five CheckPoint: SubstanceAbuse
Avail. Points Points Earned
•Selected viewpoint is described; ‘why’ question is addressed. 14 14
•Causal factors and treatments for the various perspectives are discussed. 14...
Checkpoint Theory, Design and Specification
February 2, 2013
Checkpoint Theory, Design and Specification
Intervention for Adolescent Males Who Commit Date Violence/Abuse
Introduction - The purpose of the initiative is to create an...
Causes of Violence
Evolutionary factors/Human instinct
Exposure to violence
There are a number of suspected causes of violence...
numerous ways. Emotional aspects such as depression can lower an individual’s productivity, causes self-esteem problems, increases absenteeism, and may contribute to an employee having a substanceabuse problem; a substanceabuse problem can also add to other set of problems for any workplace...
checkpoints and seat belt mobilizations” (“Second year,” n.d.). These changes should make an enormous contribution to the decline of DWI occurrences.
Child Abuse Laws. The Center for Disease Control (CDC) has conducted studies regarding children and drunk driving related fatalities. The findings...
* Sexual harassment
All employees will be protected against humiliation and serious action will be taken as our employees are key part of our company and this could affect their productivity.
The use of drugs is prohibited in or near the business property. Employees will be...
the program is to ensure that women deliver drug free babies. The program is funded through many government grants to keep children with their mothers who are suffering from substanceabuse, children are placed with their mothers once they are enrolled for treatment. Drug addiction is a major...
have the pressure of being independently on their own without the support of their parents at home. They also have to choose to party or not to party. Students have the peer pressure of just saying no.
Proposition 36 is The SubstanceAbuse and Crime Prevention Act it was passed on November 7...
Associate Level Material
Scenarios for Week Six CheckPoint
Scenario 1: Violence Prevention in a High-Risk Community
Karyn, a social services worker, is confronted daily with issues such as homicide, suicide, child and elder abuse, battered women, sexual assault, and domestic...
getting for there help. These codes are to give a code to the understanding or treatment of what a person with substanceabuse is getting. These codes are also used in the understanding that the patient will be paying for the care that is given to them.
Category III Codes
Codes are temporary...
of Valley Cities Landing engage in on-site and community-based services that help them live with stability, autonomy, and dignity. The services include case management, mental health and substanceabuse counseling, peer counseling, employment counseling, life skills, and improving self-sufficiency.
drug addicted mothers or soon to be mothers. One of the main goals of the program is to ensure that women deliver drug free babies. The program is funded through many government grants to keep children with their mothers who are suffering from substanceabuse, children are placed with their mothers...
and Amir are fleeing Afghanistan to Pakistan as the Russian army is invading. At the border the truck smuggling them is stopped at a checkpoint by Russian soldiers. The soldier turns out to be a young man with substanceabuse history and he states that the party will not pass through the checkpoint...
who do not want to face life. Instead of learning how to deal with their stress and anxiety, they choose to try to hide by taking mind-altering substances.
B. Millions of Americans also abuse legal prescriptions.
1. The misuse of drugs such as...
of physical and mental health issues. Many of these children grow up in homes and families struggling with poverty and parental mental health substanceabuse problems. The current economic downturn is causing more stress on families and rising health care costs only add to the strain.
Highway Traffic Safety Administration. (2004) “Traffic safety facts 2004: Data”. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Transportation.
SubstanceAbuse and Mental Health Services Administration. Results from the 2002 National Survey on Drug Use and Health: National Findings. Survey. Office of Applied...
code reflect contemporary national
moral standards? Or are laws banning
sexual behaviors and substanceabuse the product of a relatively few
“moral entrepreneurs” who seek to
control other people’s behaviors?
There are many criminals who do not get caught and continue...