SPF-SIG Needs Assessment : 2008 Woodson 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
Pricing: Additional tax on alcohol in the communityThe community will provide this data
Family involvement and functioning: Family Protective Factor Scale for Family Opportunity for Involvement500 (Rate per 1000)
Family involvement and functioning: Family Protective Factor Scale for Family Rewards500 (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.309 (Rate per 1000)
Enforcement: Ratio of the number of citations given for Minor In Possession (MIP) of alcohol per youth drinker. (* using 2007 archival data)0.007 (Rate per 1000)
Pro-social involvement: Community Protective Factor Scale for Community Rewards688 (Rate per 1000)
Pro-social involvement: School Protective Factor Scale for School Opportunities for Involvement552 (Rate per 1000)
Pro-social involvement: School Protective Factor Scale for School Rewards604 (Rate per 1000)
Pro-social involvement: Peer/Individual Protective Factor Scale for Social Skills468 (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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