* 1. What programs are offered in Branch County that are designed to prevent or reduce substance abuse, underage drinking, underage smoking, prescription and over-the-counter drug abuse, and suicide?

* 2. Branch County currently has a Substance Abuse Task Force. Agency representation includes members from: Healthcare, Law Enforcement, Courts, Schools/Education, Human Service Agencies, Business, Media, Prevention and Treatment Agencies, Faith Community, Student Groups and Local Government. Who else needs to be included/participate?

* 3. In what ways are we a healthy community that supports substance abuse prevention and treatment?

* 4. What can we do to become " more" healthy to support substance abuse prevention and treatment?

* 5. Are you aware of any programs are being offered in Branch County for substance abuse prevention and treatment services for the stages of: Infancy, 1-3 years and Pre-School?

* 6. Are you aware of any programs being offered in Branch County for substance abuse prevention and treatment services for the stages of: Early Elementary, 4th-6th Grade and High School?

* 7. Are you aware of any programs being offered in Branch County for substance abuse prevention and treatment services for the stages of: Young Adults [18-29], Middle-Age [30-49], Older Adults [50-62] and Senior Citizens?

* 8. Are you aware of any programs being offered in Branch County for substance abuse prevention and treatment services focused on the following populations: Physical or Mental Health needs, Racial/Ethnic/Sexual Minorities, People with Disabilities, Youth, or other groups facing higher substance use or suicide rates?

* 9. Please review the five stages of change for communities. Please check the stage you feel best describes where Branch County fits for substance abuse prevention and treatment services.

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