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Getting Results: Developing Safe and Healthy Kids.

This collection of documents is designed to help California school districts use research-based strategies in designing and implementing their alcohol, tobacco, and other drug prevention programs, as well as their youth violence prevention programs. Getting Results engages both leading researchers and practitioners in critically examining current research findings and their implications for schools.

Action Guide

  • Part I (PDF; 2MB)
    California Action Guide to Creating Safe and Drug-Free Schools and Communities
  • Part II (PDF; 2MB)
    California Action Guide to Tobacco-Use Prevention Education

Updates

  • Update 1 (PDF)
    Positive Youth Development: Research, Commentary and Action
  • Update 2 (PDF; 1MB)
    Assessing the Effectiveness of Classroom-Based Prevention Programs
  • Update 3 (PDF)
    Alcohol, Tobacco, Other Drug, and Violence Prevention: Research Update
  • Update 4 (PDF)
    Violence Prevention and Safe Schools
  • Update 5 (PDF)
    Student Health, Supportive Schools, and Academic Success

Fact Sheets

Getting Results Fact Sheets summarize key information from Getting Results publications into an easy-to-read, at-a glance format.

  • Issue 1 (PDF)
    What is Getting Results: Developing Safe and Healthy Kids?
  • Issue 2 (PDF)
    What Does Getting Results Say About Effective Prevention Strategies for Middle School Youths?
  • Issue 3 (PDF)
    What Does Getting Results Say About Effective Prevention Strategies for High School Youths?
  • Issue 4 (PDF)
    What Does Getting Results Say About Effective Prevention Strategies for Elementary School Youths?
  • Issue 5 (PDF)
    What Does Getting Results Say About Student Health, Supportive Schools, and Academic Success?
  • Issue 6 (PDF)
    What Does Getting Results Say About Violence Prevention and Safe Schools?
  • Issue 7 (PDF)
    What Does Getting Results Say About Youth Development?
  • Issue 8 (PDF)
    What Does Getting Results Say About Tobacco-Use Prevention Education?
  • Issue 9 (PDF)
    California Youths and Alcohol Use Strategies for Parents and Schools to Take Action
  • Issue 10 (PDF)
    What Does Getting Results Say About Implementing Programs with Fidelity?
  • Issue 11 (PDF)
    California Youths and Methamphetamine Use
  • Issue 12 (PDF)
    The Adolescent Brain and Substance Use
  • Issue 13 (PDF)
    California Youths and the Abuse of Prescription and Over-the-Counter Drugs
  • Issue 14 (PDF)
    Involving Parents in Prevention Efforts
  • Issue 15 (PDF)
    Closing the Achievement Gap: Adopting a Youth Development Perspective
Questions:   Coordinated School Health and Safety Office | 916-319-0914
Last Reviewed: Friday, August 28, 2015

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