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3. Results from the 2009 Arizona Youth Risk Behavior Survey
Arizona high school students were surveyed regarding violence, suicide, alcohol,
tobacco, other drugs, sexual risks, HIV/AIDS, sexually transmitted diseases, body
image, diet and physical activity. This survey is used to assess and monitor behaviors
that place individuals at increased risk for premature morbidity and mortality.
The YRBS WIDGET is a unique tool that allows users to see, print, or email specified views of the 2009 YRBS results. Selected data can be analyzed by specified parameters, compared across states, or with national results.
6. Clearinghouses and Resources for Drug and Violence Prevention
The Arizona Foundation for Legal Services & Education (AZFLSE)
maintains a free lending library of over 2,500 law-related education materials including
videos, software, books, curricula, and lesson plans. The collection also includes
new and updated books and curricula on substance abuse and bullying prevention.
Contact: AFSLE â€“ Lending Library 4201 N. 24th Street Suite 210 Phoenix, AZ 85016 Phone: (602) 340-7366 Fax: (602) 773-3105
New and updated drug and violence prevention materials including videos, books,
and curricula are also available through the Pima County School Superintendentâ€™s
This informational video is designed for schools and communities interested in implementing Positive Behavior Interventions and Support (PBIS) as an effective violence prevention strategy. The DVD highlights successes of several Tucson Unified School District schools using PBIS. Running time: 12 minutes.