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Regional Data

Prevention programs now depend greatly on data collection and analysis to target resources where they are most needed. In the 30 counties that comprise Health and Human Service Commission Region 2, data collection efforts are being greatly enhanced through new measures. The Texas Department of Health and Human Services (DSHS) supports the Prevention Resource Center in collaborating with community partners to assess regional needs for prevention planning.

 

As of September 2013, PRC Region 2 staff will be working with school districts, colleges and universities, local employers, other state health and human services agencies, and community groups to conduct surveys and other information gathering strategies.

Additionally, PRC’s across Texas are partnering with DSHS and the Public Policy Research Institute (PPRI) at Texas A&M University to promote the value and importance of school participation in the Texas School Survey of Drug and Alcohol Use. For more information on the Texas School Survey, please visit: www.texasschoolsurvey.org.

 

Click here to see the 2016 Regional Needs Assessment


Click here to see the 2015 Regional Needs Assessment

 

Click here to see the 2014 Regional Needs Assesment

 

Click here to see the Prevention Resource Center Data Collection Plan for FY15

 

Click here to see the Taylor County, Regional, and State Consumption Report

 

Click here to see the Regional Drug Trends

 

 

 

Click on the links below to access other regional data resources:

 

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Karla Rose,
Executive Director

Melanie Seals,
Director of Operations

LeKeshia White,
PRC Program Director

Rachel Saxton,
Regional Evaluator

Jacquelyn Jones,
Community Liaison

Sandra Walls,
Tobacco Specialist

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Regional Needs Assesment

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