Setting Expectations and Limiting Access
How parents and trusted adults can prevent youth substance use
This remarkable infographic presents results from the 2019 Youth Risk Behavior Survey among Carroll County NH high school students. It emphasizes the influence of parental expectations and access limits on preventing youth substance use as well as demonstrating statistical links between parent disapproval and reduced substance use.
Strategic Covid-19 Assessments
The Growth Partners team helped the Dartmouth-Hitchcock (DH) medical system
refine, conduct outreach for, implement, and analyze a survey to collect grassroots
observations on changes in substance use and mental health during the COVID-19
Dartmouth-Hitchcock, along with state and community organizations, will use the data to improve public health responses into the future.
The Intersection of Youth Mental Health and Substance Use
This concise infographic presents a compelling overview of the intersection between youth mental health and substance use among high school students in Carroll County, NH, based on the 2019 Youth Risk Behavior Survey. It provides key statistics on reported mental health struggles, suicidal tendencies, and substance use, offering a visual summary of pressing concerns in youth well-being.