SPF-SIG Needs Assessment : 2008 Clay County Report
    Patterns of Alcohol Use - Where and how do the problems exist? GO/GREEN Rate data
Rate Data
Rate of occurrences per 1000 population
Sorted Low to High
Enforcement Ratio of the number of citations given for Minor In Possession (MIP) of alcohol per youth drinker. (* using 2007 archival data)0.001 (Rate per 1000)
Enforcement The proportion of youth in grades 6, 8, 10, and 12 who report that if a kid drank some beer, wine, or hard liquor in their neighborhood, or the area around where they live, they would be caught by the police.277 (Rate per 1000)
Pro-social involvement School Protective Factor Scale for School Rewards546 (Rate per 1000)
Family involvement and functioning Family Protective Factor Scale for Family Rewards559 (Rate per 1000)
Family involvement and functioning Family Protective Factor Scale for Family Opportunity for Involvement569 (Rate per 1000)
Pro-social involvement Community Protective Factor Scale for Community Rewards596 (Rate per 1000)
Pro-social involvement School Protective Factor Scale for School Opportunities for Involvement615 (Rate per 1000)
Pro-social involvement Peer/Individual Protective Factor Scale for Social Skills685 (Rate per 1000)

Action Steps: Guiding Questions
  • Which influencing factor(s) has the highest rate in your community?
  • Which influencing factor(s) has the lowest rate in your community?
  • Which influencing factor is furthest from the communities ideal level?
  • Which influencing factor(s) is increasing at the greatest rate in your community?
  • Which influencing factor(s) is decreasing at the greatest rate in your community?
  • Which influencing factor(s) is substantially higher than the state estimate in your community?
  • Which influencing factor(s) is substantially lower than the state estimate in your community?

Action Steps: Next Steps
  • Complete the brainstorming worksheet


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