Iowa Prevention of Methamphetamine Abuse

In conjunction with IDPH, the Consortium is conducted a process and an outcome evaluation of this prevention project. Five communities in Iowa are participating in the project, which involves the implementation of Reconnecting Youth, Life Skills Training, and Strengthening Families model programs with an added methamphetamine prevention component. Grantee organizations also worked with local coalitions to provide outreach and education on methamphetamine prevention to various community sectors. The Consortium provides technical assistance to implementation sites on recruiting, data collection, and subject tracking for follow-up surveys. Additionally, the Consortium helped create reusable modules for prevention efforts. These prevention components are available for downloading. They are free for classroom use. This project was completed in 2005.

Prevention Projects
This project has finished.