Middle school students from small towns and rural communities who received any of three community-based prevention programs were less likely to abuse prescription medications in late adolescence and young adulthood.
What does CBPP stand for?
CBPP stands for Community-Based Prevention Program
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We have 36 other meanings of CBPP in our Acronym Attic
- Chesapeake Bay Program Office
- Commissary, BX, Post Office (military slang for goof-off destinations)
- Component Blood Program Office
- Consolidated Base Personnel Office (USAF; now military personnel flight, MPF)
- Customs and Border Protection Officer
- Consolidated Base Personnel Office Letter
- Center on Budget and Policy Priorities (Washington, DC)
- Certified Business Process Professional
- Coal-Burning Power Plants (alternative energy)
- Coldwell Banker Pacific Properties (Honolulu, HI)
- Contagious Bovine Pleuropneumonia
- Chung Buk Provincial Police Agency (South Korea)
- Community-Based Pro-Poor Initiatives Programme (India)
- Corner Brook Pulp and Paper Limited (Canada)
- Corner Brook Pulp and Paper Ltd. (est. 1927; Corner Brook, Newfoundland, Canada)
- Corporation des Bibliothécaires Professionnels du Québec (French: Corporation of Professional Librarians of Quebec; Canada)
- Capacity Building for Poverty Reduction Programme (India)
- Centre for Building Performance Research (Victoria University of Wellington; New Zealand)
- Community-Based Participatory Research
- Community-Based Property Right
Samples in periodicals archive:
The law also established a Prevention and Public Health Fund to finance proven community-based prevention programs targeting public health problems such as tobacco use and obesity.
He discusses demographic data and reasons youth suicide occurs, developing school-wide prevention programs, the roles and responsibilities of school personnel, a public health approach to prevention, community-based prevention programs, identifying at-risk students, conducting risk assessments, and intervening at different levels of intensity, as well as legal and ethical issues and procedures for responding if a suicide does occur.
Community-based prevention programs, mentoring activities, parenting training, and the monitoring of at-risk youths will help reduce the number of juveniles who enter the system in the first place.
Faced with the staggering costs of crime, governments across Canada can no longer ignore the fact that community-based prevention programs are the cost-effective alternatives to the traditional approach to criminal justice, says Ross Hastings, chair of the National Crime Prevention Council (NCPC).
Conference participants described several innovative, primarily community-based prevention programs.
The pharmaceutical manufacturer Marion Merrell Dow was cited for Project STAR, a comprehensive, community-based prevention program involving 25 greater Kansas City communities that is funded in part by the Ewing M.
Remarkably, 80 percent of blindness in the world is avoidable -- either through appropriate community-based prevention programs or cost-effective surgical techniques.