Partnerships for Success (PFS) 2015-2020

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    Learn more about the Partnership for Success Grant and how we are strengthening and expanding the Strategic Prevention Framework five-step, data-driven process to enhance community-level infrastructure to link with primary care, which in turn will help to foster change in targeted communities that are underserved, and in high need of evidence-based programs to address underage drinking among persons 12-20 years-of-age and prescription drug misuse and abuse among persons 12-25 years-of-age. Counties that meet this high need and are underserved include Muskegon, Mason, Oceana, St. Joseph, Bay, Wayne, Macomb, and Genesee.

    Measured Outcomes

    • Alcohol Use
      • Percent with alcohol use >0 days in the past 30 days (ages 12-20)
    • Prescription Drug Misuse/Abuse
      • Percent with non-medical use of prescription drugs >0 days in the past 30 days (ages 12-17)
      • Percent with non-medical use of prescription drugs >0 days in the past 30 days (ages 18-25)
    • Communication with Parents
      • Percentage of youth who talked to at least one parent/guardian about ATOD risks during past 12 months (ages 12-17)

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    Regional Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans Receiving PFS 2015-2020 Grant (Click here for Map) See six regions and their counties below:

    Region 3 - Lakeshore Regional Entity

    1. Muskegon
    2. Mason
    3. Oceana


    Region 4 - Southwest Michigan Behavioral Health

    1. St. Joseph


    Region 5 - Mid-State Health Network

    1. Bay City


    Region 7 - Detroit Wayne Mental Health Authority

    1. Wayne
      • Detroit Love
      • Taylor Teen Center


    Region 9 - Macomb County Community Mental Health Plan

    1. Macomb


    Region 10 - Prepaid Inpatient Health Plan

    1. Genesee