Risk and protective factors for drug use, misuse, abuse and dependence

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DRUGS

AR E AN Y S U BS T ANCE S O R CHEMIC A L S W H ICH W H EN TA KE N INTO TH E BODY (N A S A L , ORAL, TRANSDERMAL) HAVE PSYCHOLOGICAL, EMO T IONAL AN D BEH A VIORA L EFFECT S O N A PERSON

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DRUGS OF ABUSE

DRUG S COMM O NLY ABU SED BY U S ERS T H RE E DRUG S O F ABU SE: SH A BU , MARIJUAN A AND INHALANTS

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DRUG DEPENDENCE

PHY S IOLOGICAL, BEH A VIORA L AN D COGNITIVE PHENOMEN A IN W HICH T H E US E O F DRUG S TA K E ON A HIGH PRIORITY S T RON G DESIR E T O TA K E T H E S UBS T ANCE

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DRUG MISUSE

U S E O F A S UBS T ANC E INCONSIS TEN T WI T H T H E PRESCRIBE D DOS A GE O R FREQUENC Y O F U S E

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DRUG ABUSE

US E O F SUB S TA N CE FO R N O N - ME D ICAL PURPOSES

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DRUG TOLERANCE

CONDITION O F T HE BODY T O AD A P T T O T H E EFFECT S O F S U BS T ANCE S T O T H E BODY

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THE USE, MISUSE AND ABUSE OF DRUGS ARE THE RESULT OF VARIOUS FACTORS SURROUNDING A PERSON. THESE FACTORS EITHER INCREASE OR DECREASE THE POSSIBILITY OF A PERSON TO USE DRUGS.

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RISK FACTORS ARE THOSE INFLUENCES WHICH INCREASE THE CHANCES OF USING, MISUSING AND ABUSING DRUGS

PROTECTIVE FACTORS ARE THOSE INFLUENCES WHICH DECREASE THE CHANCES OF USING, MISUSING AND ABUSING DRUGS.

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THESE FACTORS ARE COMPOSED OF INFLUENCES IN DIFFERENT DOMAINS OF LIFE

PERSONAL FAMILY PEER AND FRIENDS

SCHOOL COMMUNITY

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THESE FACTORS ARE COMPOSED OF INFLUENCES IN DIFFERENT DOMAINS OF LIFE

PERSONAL FAMILY PEER AND FRIENDS

SCHOOL COMMUNITY

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DOMAINS OF LIFE WHICH AFFECT DRUG USE AND ABUSE

Personal Family Peer and Friends School Community

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PERSONAL

(EARLY AGGRESSIVE BEHAVIOR VS. SELF CONTROL)

RISK FACTORS USE OF DRUGS AT AN EARLY AGE RISK TAKING BEHAVIOR EXPERIMENTATION POOR SOCIAL SKILLS AND INTERACTION CHILDHOOD PROBLEMS FEELINGS OF ISOLATION

PROTECTIVE FACTORS SELF-CONTROL BEHAVIOR GOOD REASONING SKILLS EXCELLENT SOCIAL SKILLS POSITIVE INTERACTION WITH PEOPLE SENSE OF BELONGING

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F AMI L Y

(WEAK PARENTAL GUIDANCE VS. STRONG PARENTAL GUIDANCE) RISK FACTORS

HISTORY AND PATTERNS OF DRUG USE ATTITUDE TOWARD DRUG USE POOR PARENTING AND CHILD REARING

INCONSISTENT FAMILY RULES POOR FAMILY VALUES POOR FAMILY TIES

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PROTECTIVE FACTORS

GOOD COMMUNICATION WITH PEOPLE POSITIVE FAMILY RELATIONSHIP CLEAR AND CONSISTENT FAMILY RULES STRONG FAMILY VALUES POSITIVE EXPECTATION TO CHILD’S SUCCESS IN FAMILY, SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY RELIANCE ON FAMILY FOR EMOTIONAL SUPPORT

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PEERS AND FRIENDS

AND FRIENDS KNOWN TO USE GATEWAY DRUGS (CIGARETTES AND ALCOHOL)

(SUBSTANCE ABUSE VS. ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE) RISK FACTORS ASSOCIATION WITH PEERS • PREFERENCE TO STAY

WITH PEERS AND FRIENDS THAN WITH FAMILY

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PROTECTIVE FACTORS

ASSOCIATION WITH PEERS AND FRIENDS WHO DO NOT USE GATEWAY DRUGS FORMATION OF FRIENDSHIPS RELIANCE ON FRIENDS FOR EMOTIONAL SUPPORT INVITING FRIENDS AT HOME TO KNOW THE FAMILY

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SCHOOL

(AVAILABILITY OF DRUGS VS. STRONG ANTI-DRUG POLICIES)

RISK FACTORS

LACK OF COMMITMENT TO STUDIES POOR ATTENDANCE IN SCHOOL INVOLVEMENT IN FIGHTS AND CONFLICTS

PROTECTIVE FACTORS

POOR ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE • GOOD TO EXCELLENT ACADEMIC

PERFORMANCE

JOINS EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

AND SCHOOL ORGANIZATIONS SHOWS INTEREST IN ATTENDING CLASSES

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COMMUNITY

(POVERTY VS. STRONG COMMUNITY RELATIONSHIP) RISK FACTORS

EASY ACCESS TO GATEWAY DRUGS POOR COMMUNITY ORGANIZATION AND NEIGHBORHOOD RELATIONSHIP

POOR IMPLEMENTATION OF COMMUNITY LAWS NEGATIVE ATTITUDE WHICH FAVORS DRUG USE

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PROTECTIVE FACTORS

STRONG COMMUNITY RELATIONSHIPS ACTIVE AND POSITIVE COMMUNITY PROGRAMS, PROJECTS AND ACTIVITIES FOR THE YOUTH POSITIVE ATTITUDE WHICH COMBAT DRUG USE STRONG COMMUNITY ADVOCACY AGAINST DRUGS

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REQUIREMENTS

APP L ICATION FOR DRU G D E P E N D ENC Y EXAMINA T ION APPLICATION FOR POLICE CLEARANCE AND BARANGAY CLEARANCE APP L ICATION FOR CERTIF I CA T E O F NO PE N DI N G CASE FRO M T H E REG I ONA L TRIA L COURT

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STEPS

VOLUNTARY VOLUNTAR Y THR U REPRE S ENTATIONS COMPULSORY C O NFIN E MENT

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ECLECTI C APPROACH

MODES OF TRE A TMENT

HOLIS T IC AP P ROACH ADD R ESS E S DIFFERENT PERSONALITY ASPECTS

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SPIRITUAL APPROACH

MODES OF TRE A TMENT

USES BIBLE TEACHI N GS RENE W AL OF CONNEC T ION WIT H GOD

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THERAPEUTIC COMMUNITY APPROACH

MODES OF TRE A TMENT

PR O GRAM WHER E IN THE COMMUNIT Y IS USED T O FOSTER CHA N GE IN A TTITUDE AND BEHAVIOR

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HAZELDEN-MINE- SOTTA MODEL

MODES OF TRE A TMENT

PR O GRA M S TH A T USES INS T RUCTIVE LE C TURES, COGNITIV E - BEH A VIOR A L PSYCHOLOGY

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MULTIDISCIPLINARY TEA M APPROACH

MODES OF TRE A TMENT

UTILIZES P R OFES S IONAL SKILLS AND SE R VICES OF A T EAM PSYCHI A TRI S TS, P S Y C HOLOGIS T S, THERAPISTS