This final report documents the major findings of an evaluation of the Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drug Prevention Program (ATOD-Year 3) conducted by the Consortium for Organizational Research and Evaluation (CORE) of the University of Nebraska at Omaha for the Nebraska Urban Indian Health Coalition (NUIHC). The purpose of the study is to provide an analysis of several key NUIHC substance-abuse prevention initiatives.
The study consists of three parts: 1) an analysis of the second (2nd) Teen Maze project implemented in Omaha by NUIHC and community partners, 2) an analysis of the results obtained from NUIHC’s presentations for youth, by substance-abuse prevention expert Milton Creagh at various community locations and 3) the results obtained from a pre- and post-test of participants in NUIHC’s Strengthening Families Program (SFP) program.
Piper, R. K. and Jeung, Eunjoo, "Nebraska Urban Indian Health Coalition Alcohol, Tobacco And Other Drugs Prevention Program (Atod-Year 3) Evaluation Report" (2014). Archived Publications. 420.